Replay XD Signs Canard, Brayton, W. HahnFriday, January 4, 2013 | 12:20 PM
Newbury Park, Calif. – Replay XD is thrilled to announce its collaboration with three of the world’s top SX riders before the kickoff of the 2013 Monster Energy Supercross season. Team Honda/Muscle Milk rider Trey Canard, JGR/Toyota/Yamaha rider Justin Brayton and Geico/Honda pilot Wil Hahn will be a few of the elite riders wearing Replay XD1080 HD action cameras throughout the series.
The XD1080 is used by the riders and race teams to not only capture incredible footage for enjoyment, but also used as a training tool for riders and mechanics thanks to its small size and ability to mount just about anywhere.
Trey Canard will be making a huge comeback to the Supercross Class this year and will be wearing his own “TC41” Edition Replay XD1080 camera that will include an authentic autographed trading card and will be available through Replay XD Powersports dealers nationwide.
“We are big fans of Supercross and Motocross and almost everyone at Replay XD rides motocross or off-road. We’re proud to have all of these top-level riders out at the races representing our brand and helping us capture the excitement of the Monster Energy Supercross series”, said Replay XD president John Spar.
Visit www.replayxd.com for more information on the XD1080 product and accessories.
Replay XD was designed by a group of racing professionals with over 50 years of experience in the high performance racing industry. The development team saw the need for ultra-lightweight cameras that could capture never before seen video footage from the most extreme racing and action environments on earth. The Replay XD1080 has been put through the most grueling conditions possible and has come out unscathed with crystal clear footage. Replay XD's goal is to bring you the most technologically advanced recording systems available today. http://www.replayxd.com (805) 480-9800. Facebook, Twitter,Youtube
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