Corona, Calif. - RCH Racing and Ken Roczen today announced the Dodge SRT Hellcat Limited Edition goggle in collaboration with Oakley. Dodge and Oakley have come together in celebration of the 707 horsepower supercharged HEMI® V-8 engine to produce 707 pairs of Limited Edition Hellcat goggles to be given away that will honor the unrivaled power, performance, design and multi-generational appeal of two iconic brands.
Roczen will make his debut wearing the Hellcat goggles on June 27, 2015, at the Budds Creek Pro Motocross National in Mechanicsville, MD.
“This goggle is unlike anything you have ever seen,” said Roczen. “Both game changers in their own respects, I’m stoked on the finished product that Dodge SRT Hellcat and Oakley have come up with.”
Unique details are included in the goggle design and will appeal to Dodge brand loyalists as each pair of goggles includes the Dodge, SRT, and Hellcat logos as well as their iconic black and red colors. Each pair will be signed by Ken Roczen and individually numbered as one of the 707 limited pairs.
“Our shared passion for power, performance and design make this partnership between Dodge, Ken Roczen and Oakley a perfect fit,” said Tim Kuniskis, president and CEO, Dodge and SRT Brands, FCA US. “We’re always looking for ways to give back to our passionate fan base, and this deal has allowed us to team up and create some extremely cool limited-edition signed Oakley Hellcat race goggles to celebrate the Hellcat’s horsepower. There are only 707 in total, and once they are gone, they’re gone.”
The limited edition goggle will not be available for purchase, but will be given away exclusively via social media and onsite at races for the remainder of the 2015 Pro Motocross season. The summer long giveaway will begin Fourth of July weekend at the RedBud National, where fans will have a chance to win an exclusive pair of the Hellcat Oakley goggle signed by Ken Roczen both onsite and via social media channels. Follow @KenRoczen94, @RCHRacing, and @Dodge on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for more info.