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Team Rocky Mountain ATV/MC – KTM – WPS ready for 2019

Team Rocky Mountain ATV/MC – KTM – WPS ready for 2019
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For the new year, the team retains #4 Blake Baggett and #29 Benny Bloss as they return aboard their Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Factory KTM 450 SX-F motorcycles, ready to contend for the 450 premier class podiums, wins and titles. The team will be contesting in the 2019 US Supercross Series and 2019
US Pro Motocross Nationals.

Forrest Butler, Team Owner: “We are thrilled to have both riders back on the team for 2019. Having both Blake and Benny racing in the premier 450 class has been something we have been building on with both riders for a couple years now. I feel both guys are not just riding the best I have ever seen them, but they are both the happiest I have ever seen them. And with how tough what we do is, enjoying what your doing is key.”

2019 will mark the 3rd year of a long term agreement with Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, and both parties couldn’t be happier. In 2017, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC proved help elevate the team to becoming a championship contending team.

Going into year three, Rocky Mountain COO, Ray Butts, seems to feel the same as Butler: “When we joined on with the team in 2017, we hoped to elevate our presence in the Supercross and Motocross. I believe we all went far beyond our expectations in 2017, winning races and leading the MX championship for a number of rounds. That year set a new bar for all of us, and I truly have not seen the team so focused and prepared as we are now heading into the 2019 SX season. We are excited to be part of the team, and look forward to seeing what we can achieve moving

Team Rocky Mountain ATV/MC – KTM – WPS will make its 2019 on January 5, 2019 at Angels Stadium in Anaheim, CA. The team has an incredible line up of team sponsors, including a couple new additions that the team is eager to announce, and will be doing so over the next two days.

Pic: Simon Cudby

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