PowerSports Business

Sept 4, 2017

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AFTERMARKET www.PowersportsBusiness.com Powersports Business • September 4, 2017 • 57 Benefits — An easy-to-reach integrated hand pump and metered air release valve permits quick and controllable air pressure adjustment, and the snag-resistant mesh cover allows air to circulate beneath the rider's body, reducing the temperature between the rider and seat. Suggested Retail Price — $169.95 Contact — www.harley-davidson.com KLIM F5 HELMET Specifications — Klim's F5 helmet is designed to be one of the lightest helmets in the industry, featuring a full Klim Karbon fiber shell, an extra large eye port for maximum field of vision and 18 intake and eight exhaust vents. In addition to three shell sizes, the dual density EPS liner is available in three sizes for the best fit and maximum comfort. Benefits — The F5 helmet comes in S-3XL fitments and includes a helmet bag, spare visor/peak and a breath box and Wind- stopper liner for effective extreme cold temperature use. Suggested Retail Price — $499.99 Contact — www.klim.com BIG BIKE PARTS ULTRAGARD COVERS Specifications — UltraGard covers from Big Bike Parts are available in variety of fitment and sizes, from scooter and trailer covers to cruiser, touring and front- or rear-wheel trikes. Each UltraGard cover comes with its own carrying pouch to make transport easy. Benefits — The UltraGard offers expandable pockets to fit bikes with and without windshields and sissy bars, allowing the covers to grow as accessories are added. Its durable, folded and double-stitched seams do not pull apart, and its custom fabric curing process minimizes fading and provides longer useful life. Suggested Retail Price — $29 to $79.95 Contact — 800/826-2411; www.bigbikeparts.com PSB uSUBMIT YOUR NEW PRODUCT Interested in seeing your company's new products on these pages? Simply send a high-resolution photo and description of the product to PSB assistant editor Kate Swanson at kswanson@powersportsbusiness.com. Tucker Rocky | Biker's Choice announced that Charlie Hadayia Jr. has been named vice president of Purchasing and Merchan- dising. Hadayia has been with the company since 2011, when he was hired as the director of New Business Development before taking on the role of senior director of Merchandising. "The new role allows my team and I to continue our never-ending effort of building the most comprehensive port- folio of products that our customers, and in turn their customers, want," Hadayia said. "From there, our interaction with dealers will incorporate more education on the products they need, giving us the opportu- nity to teach them not only about the prod- uct itself, but also help them understand how to stock their dealerships based on the needs of the consumer." "Charlie's experience and knowledge in the powersports industry made him the perfect choice for this position. We are truly excited for what the future holds for both him and the Tucker Rocky | Biker's Choice family," said company president Eric Cagle. MAG ADDS HAYES AS VP OF SALES MAG Accessories Group, consisting of Kuryakyn Holdings, LLC and Mustang Motorcycle Products, LLC, has named Chris Hayes vice president of Sales. Report- ing directly to MAG Accessories Group president Holger Mohr, Hayes will be based in Somerset, Wisconsin, and brings more than 30 years of powersports industry sales and marketing experience to the MAG Acces- sories Group. In his new role, Hayes will oversee all retail, dealer and distributor sales operations while leading the development and imple- mentation of strategic processes. "Like many of us here at Kuryakyn and Mustang, Chris is an enthusiast first and fore- most," said Mohr. "2017 has been a great year for us in regards to delivering new products to market, but there is still plenty of work to be done to ensure we finish strong. Filling this critical role with an industry veteran like Chris, who possesses tremendous credentials and accolades, will undoubtedly take our collective sales forces to an even higher level. His proven experience and intense passion for motorsports will be tremendous assets for our brands going forward." Hayes was director of Sales for Harley- Davidson Footwear at Wolverine World Wide Inc. Prior to his role with Harley- Davidson Footwear, Hayes was one of the founders and served as CEO of Specialty Sports Limited, which specializes in the design, manufacturing and marketing of riding gear and apparel for motorsports enthusiasts. Hayes' background also includes experience at Yamaha Motor Corp., USA. "I am honored by the vote of confidence and the opportunity to join the MAG Acces- sories Group," Hayes said. "I look forward to leveraging my experience to contribute to the Kuryakyn and Mustang Sales teams. Both companies employ very talented and passion- ate people, and I look forward to working and riding with them." PARTS UNLIMITED, DRAG SPECIALTIES RETURN TO INDY Parts Unlimited and Drag Specialties will be hosting their Spring Premier NVP Prod- uct Expo at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana, Feb. 10-11. The expo spans two full days with over 300 exhibitors. Fifty percent more show space allows for larger displays to showcase the newest products from the industry's lead- ing brands. Each day begins with exclusive dealer product training directly from industry professionals, and a Saturday evening Meet & Greet/Bike Show will once again be part of the festivities. SBS LENDS A HAND TO BAUMAN AT STURGIS Briar Bauman, who won the American Flat Track TT twins race at the Buffalo Chip in Sturgis, South Dakota, is the only racer to beat the Indian team this year, and now he's done it twice aboard a Zanotti Racing Kawa- saki. SBS is a Zanotti Racing supporter. "SBS is proud to support Zanotti Racing. There is a reason why Zanotti's bikes are considered the MotoGP bikes of American Flat Track, but they don't just look fast, they are fast," said Chris Jensen, SBS North American market manager. "Briar has done a great job this year, and we look forward to many more wins in the future. "It was a great night at the Buffalo Chip TT. I'm happy to get my second win of the season and continue to grow with the Zanotti Racing team. A big thanks to SBS for helping us get stopped the whole evening. It was cru- cial in the win," Bauman said. SBS supplies both the OEM and aftermar- ket and offers a full range of compounds for all riding styles. Made in Denmark, SBS Fric- tion is part of the SBS Group. THOR INTRODUCES 2018 RACEWEAR Thor MX introduced its 2018 racewear collection, featuring completely updated designs to the successful Fuse, Prime Fit and Pulse chassis, accompanied by a brand new price-point option in the new Sector range. The Fuse racewear line represents the premium of everything that Thor has devel- oped in 50 years of motocross. It is tough, functional, comfortable and the design team crushed it with graphics this season. The Fuse jersey features a minimal-seam-design for comfort and vented back and underarms, while the Fuse pant offers stretch panels in waistline, pre-curved Rapid Flex knee and 500D Cordura saddle. Prime Fit has developed a significant fol- lowing in the few years since being released; where the racer looking for a more tradi- tional fit and feel will lean toward the Fuse chassis, the fans of Prime Fit really enjoy the athletic stretch jersey with compression sleeves and lightweight and flexible pants featuring ultra-light thermal welded panels in the knee and rear yoke. The Pulse line has always been considered the "workhorse" of the Thor racewear offer- ing with premium features like set in style sleeves, four way stretch cuffs and collar, pre-curved shape to the pant with ratchet- style closure and leather knee panels, at an extremely competitive price. PSB DIGEST Hadayia Jr. named VP of Purchasing at Tucker SBS-backed Briar Bauman won the American Flat Track TT twins race at the Buffalo Chip. Photo courtesy of SBS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 56 CHARLIE HADAYIA JR. HOTPRODUCTS

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