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Pro Armor sponsored riders raced at both the WPSA Tour and the ATVA GNC Nationals and completely dominated

 
(5/1/2007)
 

Pro Armor sponsored riders raced at both the WPSA Tour and the ATVA GNC Nationals and completely dominated. 2006 National Champ, Joe Byrd riding his Pro Armor Honda continued his dominance with wins in both motos for the overall and a nice lead in yet another bid for a repeat championship. His protégé, Clay Holmes did the same in the Pro Am class. Heather Byrd also took overall honors in the Pro Women’s class followed by another Pro Armor backed rider Adrienne Cooper. In the WPSA Tour, Pro Armor’s John Natalie returning from injury and looking better than ever, took the first round win in the SuperQuad Pro 450 class. Natalie’s protégé, Greg Gee, followed John’s lead with a first place in the SuperQuad Pro Am and also a win in the 16-24 class. Michelle Natalie also riding for Pro Armor, placed on the podium in her first race in the PowerSport Tour with a 3rd Overall. Pro Armor would like to congratulate all of the riders, from the beginner to the Pro class for always giving 100% to their team and this sport. We will always produce winning products and be there to support our racers in any class of racing.


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