ADAM MCGILL TOOK HIS CST TIRES STRAIGHT TO THE PODIUM
Adam McGill took his CST tires straight to the podium with a second-place performance at Round 2 of the GNCC ATV series. The race was held March 15 in Washington, Georgia.
CST’s first-ever sponsored ATV rider, McGill began Round 2 by grabbing the holeshot. He stayed in second place for much of the race, trading it only briefly with another rider. “The tires were great this weekend! I took the holeshot and then ran into some lapped traffic late in the race, but the tires hooked up great all day. They were almost too good,” McGill said of his CST Pulse tires. McGill is now fifth in the race for the XC1 Pro championship with 30 points.
CST congratulates Adam McGill on an outstanding performance and wishes him the best at GNCC Round 3, scheduled for March 29-30 in Morganton, North Carolina.
About CST Tires CST brand tires are offered by Cheng Shin Rubber Ind. Co. Ltd. (Cheng Shin Tire). Employing more than 25,000 people, Cheng Shin Tire is the largest manufacturer of bicycle and motorcycle tires in the world and offers products in many other categories as well. Distributed in more than 150 countries, the CST brand covers a wide range of market segments. CST products include tires and tubes for bicycles, motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, autos, trucks, forklifts, agricultural and lawn and garden equipment. For more information, visit www.CSTtires.com.
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