Pro Taper's Mullins Takes Enduro TitleWednesday, October 6, 2010 | 9:15 AM
Corona, CA – Team AmPro/Obermeyer Yamaha’s Charlie Mullins secured the 2010 AMA National Enduro Championship this weekend at the final round of the series in Indiana.
After an unfortunate third round, which saw Mullins score zero points, Charlie clawed himself back in to title contention by stringing together five wins in a row. At the series finale Mullins was able to ride to a consistent second place finish and take his first AMA Enduro Championship. While under the watchful eye of seven-time AMA National Enduro Champion Randy Hawkins, Mullins put his AmPro/Obermeyer Yamaha on the top step of the podium at six of the ten rounds in his rookie season.
Pro Taper would like to congratulate Charlie and the entire AmPro Yamaha race team on their recent accomplishments and look forward to continuing the success through the remaining GNCC events.
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Founded in 1991, Pro Taper revolutionized the motorcycle industry with the introduction of the 1 1/8" Taperwall handlebar. Since it's inception Pro Taper has set the standard in which all other motorcycle handlebars are measured against.
Pro Taper is constantly evolving and pushing innovation to the next level. Now offering a full line of quality product that includes everything from chains and sprockets to billet triple clamps and footpegs. Year after year Pro Taper continues to dominate the off-road motorcycle industry.
The confidence instilled by Factory Race Teams, such as Rockstar Makita Suzuki and AmPro Yamaha, bleeds all the way down to weekend warriors looking for the highest performing and longest lasting products on the market. Pro Taper stands for unsurpassed quality and a perpetual commitment to excellence.
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