RACING 905 set to return as series Sponsor for XDL and SBFC in 2017

For Immediate release

 

Milwaukee, WI, Mar 28. – XDL and the SBFC have announced that RACING 905 will return as series sponsor of the RACING 905 Stunt Course for the 2017 season. The RACING 905 Stunt Course will run in conjunction with the National Street Bike Championship alongside of MotoAmerica’s Atlanta, Sonoma, Pittsburgh and Barber rounds.

The RACING 905 Stunt Course is one of the few “Race” style events that XDL and SBFC execute. Riders race against the clock through a course that has table tops, jumps, balance beams, drift limbos and more. The RACING 905 Stunt Course tests the rider’s skills ranging from balance, wheelies, stoppies and their overall speed through the course. During the 2016 season the RACING 905 Stunt Course was a fan favorite and aims to please for the second year in a row.

“RACING 905 has been a huge supporter not only of Stunt Riding but also XDL and the SBFC.” States XDL Director of Competition Chris “Tice” Theis, “We couldn’t be more excited to have one of the top brands in crash protection for Street Freestyle support us. It is only fitting that a very successful off road racing brand like RACING 905 be the sponsor for our craziest event, the Stunt Course.”

“We are very excited once again to be a part of the XDL and SBFC competition series,” remarked Racing 905 owner Aaron Celiceo. “We have always had a major role in helping to support XDL since 2007 and again in 2016 for SBFC.  Racing 905 is eager to step in again to establish the success of the XDL and SBFC collaboration.  We are looking forward to another successful competition season!”

 

About XDL National Championship

The XDL National Championship is the world’s premiere Street Bike Freestyle Championship Series. Since its conception in 2005, XDL has set the bar for motorcycle entertainment and has provided entertainment for fans of all demographics. The XDL National Championship brings the best riders from around the world for an explosive action packed event. For more information about the XDL National Championship please visit www.XDLshow.com and on Social Media at @XDLshow.

 

About the Street Bike Freestyle National Championship

The Street Bike Freestyle Championship is the world’s only championship series for Amateur Street Bike Freestyle athletes. SBFC was the brain child of 4x XDL National Champion Bill Dixon. His vision has helped to transition Street Bike Freestyle athletes from the practice lots in preparation for their pro debuts. For more information about the Street Bike Freestyle Championship please visit www.SBFChampionship.com and on Social Media at @SBFChampionship.

 

 About RACING 905

Racing 905 was established in 2001, in San Diego, CA by Aaron, Adrian, and Stephanie Celiceo, and Tim Knight. Utilizing their strong knowledge in off-road fabrication, Racing 905 expanded to the street bike market when it recognized an unmet need for crash protection products for the new breed of street bike riders. The result was the development of the first 3-point crash cage that was soon patented as (US 6910704 B1) and named the Racing 905 Stunt Armor. Since then they have developed various motorcycle products and have shipped them all over the country and several parts of the world.

In 2006, Racing 905 returned back to it’s roots in off-road racing and fabricated their own competitive Class 7 Toyota Tacoma race truck. They currently race off-road in Baja CA., Mexico and many other race sanctions in the U.S.A. Racing 905 has evolved into the leading fabricators of street bike stunt accessories and has a following that spans across the globe.

 

Racing 905 can be found on the web at:

http://www.racing905.com

http://www.facebook.com/racing905

https://www.instagram.com/racing905

http://www.twitter.com/racing905

See Video below of Kyle Sliger Stunts making his way through the RACING 905 Stunt Course at our 2016 season finale in Hazard, KY.

Going fast In the Racing 905 timed STUNT COURSE! Riding at the Street BIKE Freestyle Championship stunt competition … Allen Hackworth capturing the video

Posted by Kyle Sliger Stunts on Thursday, October 6, 2016