Canard/FLY Racing Victorious at HoustonMonday, February 14, 2011 | 2:10 PM
Houston, we have a winner! In only his sixth race as a full time 450-class racer, FLY Racing’s Trey Canard climbed to the top step of the podium—and in dramatic fashion. Starting near the front of the pack, Canard methodically worked his way past former winners and fellow factory riders, capitalized on a mid race mistake by Kevin Windham, and fought off a late race charge from Ryan Dungey all the way to the checkers, to capture his first victory. Congratulations go out to Trey from the FLY Racing Family on his hard fought victory. Way to go Trey!
Trey Canard’s winning combination of racewear? FLY Racing’s ground breaking Evolution pant and jersey, Lite race glove, and Formula MX Helmet. For more information on FLY Racing’s line-up of racewear, helmets, casual wear and hard parts, visit FLYRacing.com.
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About Fly Racing
Established in 1996, FLY Racing began as a manufacturer of motorcycle handlebars and helmets. The brand has quickly developed into one of the fastest growing off road motorcycle riding apparel and hard part brands in the powersports industry. FLY Racing develops high quality products for the competitive and demanding North American market and is distributed in 40+ countries. FLY Racing products are distributed exclusively in the United States by WPS (Western Power Sports).
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