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Feb 20 2014 Semi

The Moose Racing semi will be making a quick stop at our Wisconsin warehouse this week to stock up on supplies prior to heading to Springville, IN for Round 5 of the GNCC Series and the Dunlop Limestone 100.  If you are in the area, please stop by and check us out on vendor row as we will have catlaogs and stickers to give away.

April 24 - Josh Strang

On Saturday, ATV racers Braden Henthorn, Kevin Yoho, Jarrod McClure and Brian Wolf will be gunning for the podium.  Each of these guys has been in the hunt the last few rounds and are hoping a little luck finally comes their way.  When the bikes take to the track on Sunday, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC’s Josh Strang will be looking to back up his podium finish at the last round with another strong performance.  He has been Mr. Consistent this year and hopes that trend will continue.  Factory Husqvarna Racing’s Andrew Delong is getting closer to finishing on the box each week as he continues to tune in his machine.  Finally, Takeshi Koikeda will be looking to continue his streak of top ten finishes and improve his placing.

April 24 - Phil Nicoletti

The Monster Energy AMA Supercross season is winding down as the spring grows on.  East Rutherford, NJ, and Metlife Stadium, will be hosting the second to last round on Saturday night.  This location is as close to home as the series will get for JGR Yamaha, and Moose Racing’s, Phil Nicoletti.  The New York native was asked about the prospects of family members making the trek for this race and was quoted as saying, “you have no idea, immediate family all the way down to my 20th cousins!”  Regardless of where he finishes, he is sure to be a crowd favorite.

April 24 - Argubright

Round 5 of the AMA National Hare & Hound Series will be taking place at the Johnson Valley OHV area in Lucerne Valley, CA.  Factory Husqvarna Racing’s Jacob Argubright has been putting in some overtime on the bike and is ready to win.  He was close at the last round so this could be his moment to break through.

Be sure to stay tuned to for the latest race updates, gear and accessories.  You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the most up-to-date news from Moose Racing.


Moose Racing:  Flex Brake Levers by ARC

April 24 - Flex Brake Lever

Because we make a number of different gloves for all types of riding conditions, we at Moose Racing know that most riders have different hand sizes and shapes.  Because of this we are constantly trying to improve the fit of our gloves.  Another area where hand size comes into play is with your levers.  Different hand lengths can make levers difficult to use, but a way to alleviate this is to install a Moose Racing Flex Brake Lever by ARC.

These levers are forged, anodized and hinged with CNC-machined master cylinder interfaces, but the most unique feature is that they have an adjustable reach that allows you to customize it to your hand size.  The ARC hinge design allows the lever to flex out of the way in most impact situations as well.

They are available in black, blue or red with laser etched Moose Racing by ARC logos and you can see more about them, including a complete application list here

Upcoming Races

April 26, 2014

AMA Supercross – Round 16

Metlife Stadium

East Rutherford, NJ

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April 26-27, 2014

GNCC Series Dunlop Limestone 100 – Round 5

Lawrence County Recreational Park

Springville, IN

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April 26-27, 2014

National Hare & Hound Series – Round 5

Johnson Valley OHV

Lucerne Valley, CA

Hosted by the Vikings M/C Club

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April 26, 2014

Dixie Dual Sport “Devil’s Creek”

85 Myers Rd.

Brooksville, FL

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April 26, 2014

Family Enduro Series “Arbor Day Enduro”

Kalkaska, MI

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Starts at 11:00AM

April 27, 2014

North Carolina Hare Scrambles Series “Brushy Mountain”

Taylorsville, NC

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Starts at 8:00AM

Open Houses

April 26, 2014

Sparks & Sons, Inc.

5204 E. 1050th Ave.

Oblong, IL

Phone:  (618)592-4732


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Viladoms Holds 3rd Place in Qatar

Jordi Viladoms - Holds 3rd

Jordi Viladoms  crossed the finish line in fourth place today with a total time of 04h59’54 ” , thus maintaining third place in the overall ranking of motorcycles for Stage 3 of the Sealine Cross Country Rally in Qatar.

The bikes departed the Bivouac today at 06h30 for more than 416 kilometers of the third stage of Sealine Cross Country Rally , which consisted of a series of dune crossing near the sea, before heading south towards the inland Sea and then west twoards the opposite coast. The route then headed north and east to form a giant loop of the south of the countryand finished over another series of dunes near Sealine.

“The trend is still the same every day “ explained Viladoms.  “Navigation remains the key issue.   We formed a group after refueling and this was the longest stage of the rally so it was quite tough. There are still two long stages to come so I will have to stay focussed and keep pushing to keep on the podium”

Thursday will see the fourth and penultimate stage of 410 kilometers (404 kilometers of special) take riders on a loop of southern Qatar.


Stage 3 results:


1.BARREDA Joan                04:53:43

2.COMA Marc                 +   00:02:15

3.RODRIGUES Helder        00:04:02

4.VILADOMS Jordi             00:06:11

5.GONCALVES Paulo         00:08:03

6.SUNDERLAND Sam        00:10:09

7.FARIA Ruben                   00:27:51

8.ABU-ISSA Mohamed       01:02:22

9.BALOOSHI Mohammed   01:04:30

10.JAKUB Piatek                 01:24:32
Overall rankings:


1. Marc Coma (ESP) KTM 450  - 6hr 15min 58sec

2. Joan Barreda (ESP) Honda CRF 450  - 6hr 16min 54sec

3. Jordi Viladoms (ESP) KTM 450  – 6hr 18min 04sec

4. Paolo Goncalves (PRT) Honda CRF 450  –  6hr 18min 27sec

5. Sam Sunderland (GBR) KTM 450 – 6hr 21min 56sec


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Viladoms takes 3rd in Stage 2 of Sealine Cross Country Rally – Qatar

Jordi Viladoms - catar1
Riders endured a long second stage consisting of 484 kilometers with 396km of special. Factory KTM Red Bull rider, Jordi Viladoms ended the stage in a solid third place with a total time of 04h30’29 ” and maintains third place in the overall standings.

“The starting order today set the stage results” explained Viladoms “ We formed a group after the first refuel with the top five guys which makes it important to keep out front because the starting order influences the positions obtained at the end of each stage. I’m keeping a good pace and I feel physically strong – the bike is responding to the terrain and my riding . The team has done an excellent job with the setup. ”

Bikes will depart from the Bivouac at 6.30 tomorrow morning for stage 3 consisting of 416 kilometers.
Results Stage 2
1.SUNDERLAND Sam 04:22:22
2.GONCALVES Paulo + 00:02:04
3.VILADOMS Jordi 00:08:07
4. RODRIGUES Helder 00:08:30
5.COMA Marc 00:10:03
6.BARREDA Joan 00:12:01
7.BALOOSHI Mohammed 00:42:14
8.VILLARRUBIA Julian 00:58:50
9.ABU-ISSA Mohamed 01:00:46
10.SONIK Rafal 01:02:45

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Viladoms has great start to the Qatar Rally

The Sealine Cross Country Rally in Qatar got underway with a short special stage of 164 kilometers with the fastest riders finishing in less than two hours. Viladoms steered his Facotry KTM to a strong 3rdposition total time of 1h47’35 ”
and trails fellow spaniards Joan Barreda and Marc Coma by 5 and 1 minute respectively.


“It was a stage with few surprises today” explained Viladoms. “  Navigation was complicated with stone tracks and very few dunes which reminds me of a lot of the Morocco Rally . Moreover wehave to cope with high temperatures and humidity. I started in eighth place, and at kilometer 100 we had formed a group and we continued together until the end of the special.  I feel good physically , it has been a good start but I have to keep very focused not to make mistakes and to keepa good pace. Physical recovery after each stage will also be one of the factors to take into account. “

Tomorrow motorbikes leave the Bivouac at 06h00 to face a tough stage once again with complex navigation :484 kilometers with a 396 special.

Stage 1 results:

1.BARREDA Joan                     01:42:31

2.COMA Marc                         00:01:02

3.VILADOMS Jordi                    00:05:04

4.BALOOSHI Mohammed         00:07:03

5.RODRIGUES Helder              00:09:24

6.GONCALVES Paulo               00:11:30

7.SUNDERLAND Sam              00:17:03

8.FARIA Ruben                          00:19:12

9.SONIK Rafal                           00:31:17

10.ABU-ISSA Mohamed            00:33:19

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On The Podium – Parts Unlimited OMA Series Kicks Off on Easter Sunday

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Round 1 of the Parts Unlimited OMA Series took place over the weekend in Memphis, MO.  The Racer TV crew was on hand to film all the action which should be airing on Racer TV very soon so keep checking back for updates regarding this.

The motorcycles took to the course on Sunday with last year’s champion, Russell Bobbitt, not able to participate due to injury.  The Factory Husqvarna Racing rider still made the trek to the race to support his fellow racers along with the series.

Jimmy Jarrett Mud

Bill Gusse, event organizer and course marshal has always been known for setting up the toughest races in America and was true to form as it was a challenging course from start to finish.  Unfortunately, a number of circumstances played a role in Moose Racing not having a stellar weekend.  Four-time series Champion, Jimmy Jarrett, got stuck in a bottomless mud hole and wasn’t able to finish the race.  Last year’s series runner-up, Nick Fahringer, had some bad luck as well running out of gas late in the race, but still managed to salvage 5th place overall.

The Inside Line – Happy Easter

Happy Easter

Happy Easter to all of our fans from Moose Racing!  With most of the racing community taking this weekend off for the holiday, one series is the exception to the rule.  The Parts Unlimited OMA Series is hosting Round 1 of their series in Memphis, MO with the motorcycles racing on Saturday and ATV’s on Sunday.  Notorious for putting on some of the toughest races in the country, head trailmaster and lead dog Bill Gusse, is sure to have many challenges awaiting the participants.

April 17 - Jimmy Jarrett

(Jimmy Jarrett)

April 17 - Nick Fahringer

(Nick Fahringer)

April 17 - Russell Bobbitt

(Russell Bobbitt)

Returning to the series in 2014 is 4-time champion Jimmy Jarrett on board a KTM 450XCF.  Jarrett, a seasoned vet and long-time Moose Racing sponsored rider, knows he is going to have to work extra hard this year as last year’s runner-up to the title, Nick Fahringer, will be pushing hard right away to show that he has what it takes to earn the top spot in the series.  Due to an early season knee injury, defending champion Russell Bobbitt will not be able to participate in this round on board his Factory Husqvarna Racing TE300, but still plans to be on hand to support his fellow teammates.

Be sure to stay tuned to for the latest race updates, gear and accessories.  You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the most up-to-date news from Moose Racing.


Moose Racing:  DC8 Clutch Assembly

April 17 - Clutch Assembly

At Moose Racing we often say that there are only a couple of different spots on a rider’s body that make constant contact with the bike so it is vitally important that you are in full control at all times.  The hands are one of these contact points and are vitally important in making sure your ride is headed in the right direction.

This is why it is so important that your controls are the best they can be at all times.  One of the best ways you can be in control is to install one of our DC8 Clutch Assemblies by ARC.  Say goodbye to lever play and vibration thanks to the ARC external lever pivot design.  This assembly includes an oversized cast perch, forged flex lever, spiked rubber cable adjuster and nylon handlebar sleeve.  Proudly made in the USA, and at only $59.95 retail, there are many more features to this inexpensive upgrade.

To see all of these features and a complete listing of the part numbers and available colors, please check out the following link

Upcoming Races

April 19-20, 2014

Parts Unlimited OMA Series – Round 1

Memphis, MO

Co-Sanctioning with WFO Promotions and the MXC Series

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Open Houses

Be sure to stay tuned to Moose Racing for an upcoming dealer open house in your area.

On The Podium – Podiums from East to West for Moose Racing

April 14 - Semi at GNCC

The Moose Racing semi attended Round 4 of the GNCC Series in Union, SC over the weekend.  We always seem to be treated very well by this series, and they didn’t disappoint again as we were set up in a prime location on vendor’s row right next to the podium.  It was an excellent spot for fans to stop by, relax for a bit, see our products and grab a catalog.

April 14 - Josh Strang and mechanic

After the first three rounds experienced rainy and muddy conditions, things were looking up with perfect weather in the forecast.  Moose Racing’s Josh Strang was once again Mr. Consistent planting himself, and his Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Yamaha YZ450F, on the podium with a 3rd place overall finish.  Factory Husqvarna Racing’s Andrew Delong was right behind Strang in 4th place and Takeshi Koikeda rounded out the Top 10.  Also representing Factory Husqvarna Racing was a surprise entrant in the legendary Mike Brown.  Brown had the early speed to be a real threat, but some late race troubles put him back a bit and he had to settle for 11th place overall.

April 14 - Marty Christofferson

XC1 ATV racers Jarrod McClure, Braden Henthorn, Brian Wolf and Kevin Yoho finished Saturday’s program 5th, 7th, 8th and 13th respectively.  XC2 ATV riders Marty Christofferson Jr. and Thomas Koontz made their way to the box finishing 2nd and 3rd.

Hurricane, UT was the sight of this weekend’s action in the WORCS Series.  This race track is about as sandy as they come which posed a real challenge for riders.  In the Pro Motorcycle Class, Moose Racing’s Justin Seeds was battling hard for the win on his Kawasaki, but had to settle for the runner-up spot.  In the Pro 2 Class, Travis Coy took top honors by winning on his KTM.

Round 4 of the National Hare & Hound Series made a stop in Johnson Valley, CA.  Factory Husqvarna had a presence here as well seeing Jacob Argubright riding well all day, but could not quite put enough pressure on the leader and had to settle for 2nd place overall.

In the Monster Energy Supercross Series, Moose Racing’s Phil Nicoletti stepped up to the plate and filled in for one of his injured JGR Yamaha teammates at the Seattle SX.  Phil qualified easily for the night show in the premier 450 main event, but a few hard crashes hindered his overall results and he came in 18th for the night.

The Inside Line – The Racing Season in Full Spring

The offroad motorcycle racing community is in store for a very busy weekend and Moose Racing will be right in the middle of the action at numerous locations.  One the East side of the country, Round 4 of the GNCC Series will be in Union, SC.  The Moose Racing semi will be on hand showcasing our product line, helping out new racers to our team and providing shelter from any of the elements that Mother Nature throws our way.

April 10 - Jarrod Mcclure

April 10 - Josh Strang

ATV racer Jarrod McClure, along with motorcycle rider Josh Strang, are both coming off podium finishes at the previously muddy round and both will be looking to secure the #1 spot on the box.  When the ATV’s take to the course, don’t count out racers like Kevin Yoho and Braden Henthorn as both look to find their way to the podium as well.  Factory Husqvarna Racing’s Andrew Delong is gaining momentum and riding well as is Takeshi Koikeda who has been a consistent finisher as well.

April 10 - Jacob Argubright

Out West the National Hare & Hound Series will also put on Round 4 of that series at Lucerne Valley, CA.  Factory Husqvarna Racing will also be here as well with Jacob Argubright who has been on the gas with his FC450 and continues to improve with each round.  He, too, is coming off a podium finish at the last race and will be looking to be the first to the checkers.

Round 4 of the WORCS Series will take place in Sandy Hollow, UT where Moose Racing’s Justin Seeds has been showing more speed at the last few rounds on his Kawasaki KX450F.  Bad luck is about the only thing slowing him down so this could be his weekend to shine.

April 10 - Phil Nicoletti

The Monster Energy Supercross Series heads to the Pacific Northwest this Saturday night as the series hits the home stretch.  Moose Racing’s Phil Nicoletti appears to be poised to take over for injured teammates so keep an eye on our social media sites for updates regarding this evolving situation.  Privateers David Pulley and Jarred Hicks will be on a mission to make the night program in the premier 450SX Class.

Be sure to stay tuned to for the latest race updates, gear and accessories.  You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the most up-to-date news from Moose Racing.


Moose Racing:  Carb Rebuild Kits

April 10 - Carb Rebuild Kits

Rebuilding the carburetor on your bike can be one of the best ways to make sure your fuel flow is at its optimum performance when it comes time to take to the track or trails this spring.  Whether you are a do-it-yourself mechanic, or you rely on the expertise of your local Parts Unlimited dealer, you can rely on quality Moose Racing Carb Rebuild Kits to help you handle the job.

Our vast application list for both 2-strokes, and 4-strokes, are assembled to rebuild OEM carburetors and are supplied to us by the same supplier that many of the OEM brands use.  Each kit contains all necessary gaskets, o-rings, float valves and jets.  To see more about these and a complete application list, please check out the following link

Upcoming Races

April 12, 2014

AMA Supercross – Round 15

Century Link Field

Seattle, WA

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April 12-13, 2014

GNCC Series – Round 4

VP Racing Fuels Big Buck

Union, SC

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April 11-13, 2014

WORCS Series – Round 4

Sand Hollow State Park

Hurricane, UT

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April 12-13, 2014

AMA National Hare & Hound Series – Round 4

Johnson Valley OHV

Lucerne Valley, CA

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April 12-13, 2014

West Hare Scrambles Series – Round 5

Chappie-Shasta OHV Area

Shasta Lake, CA

April 12 – 13

Grand Kankakee Trail Riders Dist. 14/16/17 Enduro Series “Sand Boogen Family Enduro”

Meridian & 600 N.

Roselawn, IN

Starts @ 11:00 a.m.

Open Houses

April 11-12, 2014

Zacho Sports Center

2449 S. Prairie View Rd.

Chippewa Falls, WI

Phone:  (715)723-0264


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April 12, 2014

Badlands Offroad

3968 N. Xavier Rd.

Attica, IN

Phone:  (765)762-2981

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On The Podium – Fahringer Finishes on Podium in Tennessee

April 7 - Podium Nick Fahringer 3rd Round 3

April 7 - Nick Fahringer

Team Airgroup, and Moose Racing sponsored, Nick Fahringer returned to his consistent ways as he landed on the podium at Round 3 of the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series Presented by Moose Racing over the weekend.  West Point, TN was a gracious host to the riders and fans as much better weather greeted everyone than had been the case in previous rounds.  Fahringer started his charge a bit later in the race than he would have liked as he won both of the last two checks, but simply ran out of time to reel in the leaders.

April 7 - Andrew Delong (Andrew DeLong)

April 7 - Cory Buttrick-Beta-Racing-Enduro-AMA-2014

(Cory Buttrick)

A couple of other Moose Racing sponsored riders also finished in the top 10 as Factory Husqvarna Racing’s Andrew Delong ended his day in 6th place overall and Factory Beta Racing’s Cory Buttrick finished in 8th.  The series will not resume racing again until May 18th in Missouri.

The Monster Energy Supercross Series was in Houston, TX on Saturday night as Reliant Stadium was the location for Round 14.  Moose Racing sponsored privateer riders Jared Hicks and David Pulley continued their privateer lifestyles in an effort to make the night show in the premier 450SX Class.  Both riders rode well, but came up short of making the main event.

The Inside Line – The Moose Semi is on the Road

The Kenda AMA National Enduro Series Presented by Moose Racing will make a stop this weekend in West Point, TN for Round 3 of the series.  The Moose Racing semi will be there to support all of our riders and have plenty of catalogs for the fans in attendance along with our displays showing much of our vast product line.April 3 - Andrew DeLong

April 3 - Nick Fahringer

April 3 - Cory B

After a podium finish at Round 2, Andrew Delong will be hunting for the win on board his Factory Husqvarna FE350.  Nipping at his heels will be Airgroup Racing Team riders Nick Fahringer and Ryder Lafferty.  Nick has a lot of experience winning these races and knows what he needs to do to get on top of the box.  Cory Buttrick is getting more and more comfortable on his Factory Beta 300RR and is definitely a rider for all of us to keep our eyes on.

April 3 - Jarrod Hicks

The Monster Energy Supercross Series returns to Houston, TX on Saturday night.  This is a West Coast round so Moose Racing privateer riders Jared Hicks and David Pulley will both be putting in a long day on the road trying to make their way into the main event.  We realize just how hard this is for the privateer riders so we would like to wish them well as well as good luck wishes to all the other hard working privateers in the Lone Star State.

Be sure to stay tuned to for the latest race updates, gear and accessories.  You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the most up-to-date news from Moose Racing.


Moose Racing:  NEW Intake/Exhaust Valve Kits

April 3 - Intake Valve Kits

Your engine is the very heart of any one of the machines you love to ride and making sure it is in tip-top shape on your next ride is vital to a great day on the track or your favorite trails.  Sometimes converting OEM parts to superior aftermarket ones from Moose Racing can take you to the next level whether you are trying to win your next moto or just obtain vital bragging rights during your next session of bench racing.

Moose Racing’s Intake and Exhaust Valve Kits are a great example of the broad offering of serious upgrades we can provide you.  These stainless steel conversion kits include only what’s needed to convert your head to long-life stainless steel Black Diamond valves.  They can extend the life of your valve train and intake components by as much as 4X over OEM titanium parts.

Proudly made in the USA, they are specifically designed and engineered for each application.  For more features, and a complete application listing, please check out the following link

Upcoming Races

April 5, 2014

AMA Supercross – Round 14

Reliant Stadium

Houston, TX

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April 5-6, 2014

AMA Kenda National Enduro Series Presented by Moose Racing – Round 3

West Point, TN

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April 5-6, 2014

Mountain Dew ATV MX National Championships – Round 2

Amsoil Spring National

Muddy Creek Raceway

Blountville, TN

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Open Houses

April 5, 2014

Monroe Powersports

2820 County Highway DR

Monroe, WI

Phone:  (608)325-5056


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April 5, 2014

Perry Forest Trail Maintenance Crew Opening

Come out and meet the trail maintenance crew

Sponsored by Treadway Honda/Suzuki/Polaris

Perry Forest APV Area


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