The Fun Center/Suzuki race team is stepping up their program, switching from Arenacross to Supercross.
The team will feature riders Michael Blose, Chris Blose, and Brady Sheren on the 2008 Suzuki RMZ 250 with Bill’s Pipes motors and RG3 Suspension.
Michael is coming back from a knee injury and is 100%. He has been in California testing and preparing with technician Cory Clark. Chris is carrying a lot of momentum from the end of last season coming off a 13th place finish in the second moto of the MX Class at Glen Helen. Rob Burkhart will be helping him to carry that momentum throughout the upcoming season. Brady is currently in Canada recovering from a fractured wrist. He will be coming to California at the end of November to begin testing where Travis McKnight has been preparing his bikes.
“I am very excited about the upcoming season,” said owner/manager Gregg Lynk, “Chris is very confident in himself and his equipment, Michael is getting stronger everyday, and I think Brady will surprise a lot of people when he gets back up to speed. “ He went on to say, “There is a lot of talented people on this team, and all of our sponsors are behind us. I can’t wait until Anaheim 1!”
The Fun Center/Suzuki Race Team is pleased to announce partnerships with these industry leaders: Fun Center Cycles, Suzuki, Rockstar, Fly Racing, Bill’s Pipes, Ten Ten Clothing, Six Six One, Sunline, Pirelli, Torco, Factory Effex, Wiseco, Motion Pro, Ambition Motors, Boyesen, CV4, Fasst Co., Galfer, Hinson Clutch Components, RG3 Suspension & Clamps, RK Chain, Scott, Twin Air, VP Racing Fuels, and Works Connection.
About The 2008 Fun Center/Suzuki Race Team
Gregg Lynk is the owner/manager of Lynk’s Racing and The Fun Center/Suzuki Race team. With Factory Support from American Suzuki and Fun Center Cycles of Durango, CO, the team competes in the highly competitive West Coast Lites Supercross Series in sporting stadiums across the nation. As a professional motor sports venture, Lynk’s Racing provides marketing value to its sponsors, promotional partners, and the sport of Supercross.