Broc Hepler Joins Alloy MXTuesday, December 6, 2005 | 7:22 AM
(Yorba Linda, CA) December 5, 2005 – Alloy Motocross Co., a leader
in performance MX apparel, and Makita Suzuki’s Broc Hepler have reached
an agreement that has the young phenom in Alloy MX gear for an initial
period of three years.
“I am really looking forward to this new relationship. The gear is unbelievable, they are supporting me 110% and that’s all there really is to it,” says Hepler. “This partnership will be a sign of good things to come for me. When you look good, you feel good and then you just ride better.”
The quiet 19 year old from Pennsylvania will be contesting the 2006 East Coast Lites Supercross Series as well as the 2006 Outdoor Nationals in Alloy’s latest line up of apparel including the proclaimed SX1 Pant and Viper Jersey.
“We are extremely excited to have Broc on board with Alloy,” comments Jason Partridge, who played a vital part role in signing Hepler. “Broc has demonstrated a professional attitude, works hard and has amazing talent and has proven he not only has the speed but the dedication to compete at the highest level. Alloy looks forward to supporting Broc with his endeavors”.
Not only will he create further brand awareness with his results, Broc will be an integral part of Alloy’s product development in further producing the most technical apparel in the market. “It is crucial that we have riders that can provide knowledge and feedback from racing at the highest level to our design team,” continues Calvesbert, “and Broc will become involved with the design aspect which will enable us to continue delivering performance products.”
Broc Hepler will not be the only factory rider wearing Alloy this year as Team Honda’s Travis Preston will return in the 250 class along with top amateurs Adam Chatfield, Jared Browne and Tyler Sjoberg. For more information, visit www.alloymx.com and www.brochepler.com.
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