Courtesy of JGR
HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. (July 22, 2010) – JGRMX Engine and Suspension Services will be trackside at the 29th Annual Amateur National Motocross Championships held at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn. to support amateur sensation Cooper Webb and assist other JGRMX Engine and Suspension Services customers. This year’s event will be held Aug. 2 – 7.
At just 14-years old Cooper Webb is among the most decorated athletes in amateur motocross. His trophy case includes 49 amateur national titles and he is looking to add two more in Tenn. He will contest the Super Mini 1 (12-15) and Super Mini 2 (13-16) divisions. Young Cooper, who resides in Morehead City, N.C. has been training and testing at the JGRMX test facility with Josh Grant and Justin Brayton in preparation for the race.
"The entire Webb family works relentlessly toward Cooper’s goal of becoming a top professional, and I am proud to be able to help them with suspension and engine settings," said JGRMX team owner Coy Gibbs.
"We worked closely with Cooper testing various settings on our outdoor track, and we feel confident we have a strong initial set-up going into the event. We will be working closely with Cooper at the race to make any necessary adjustments," said Spencer Bloomer, JGRMX’s Research and Development Technician.
JGRMX provides engine and suspension tuning services for riders of any recent make and model off-road motorcycle. JGRMX can run a suspension dynamometer cycle and resulting performance graph both before and after modification showing a clear path toward the desired individualized goal of the rider. Learn more at jgrmx.com. Was this post helpful? Add yours to our service or subscribe to our feed above.