Renthal will be on hand once again at the 30th Annual AMA Amateur National Championships in Hurricane Mills, TN for the entire week from Monday August 1st through Saturday August 6th.

Renthal will have a complete inventory of handlebars, chainwheels, grips, chain and accessories for all support riders who will be attending the event.  All participants of the event are welcome to stop by and check out all the products on display.

For more information about Renthal’s amateur support program, please visit www.renthalsupport.com or contact us at (877) 736-8125, or via e-mail, info@renthalsupport.com.

Murrieta, CA – KTM will host its 7th Annual KTM Youth Day in conjunction with The Wiseco John Penton GNCC in Millfield, Ohio. The fun starts Saturday, July 9, 2011 at Sunday Creek Raceway and runs through Sunday, July 10.

All youth motorcycle racers participating in Sunday’s race will receive a free commemorative “Youth Day at the John Penton” event t-shirt at sign up. In addition, young racers and fans alike will have the opportunity to meet and receive autographs from Factory FMF/KTM Off-Road Team riders Cory Buttrick, Charlie Mullins, Kailub Russell and National Enduro points leader Russell Bobbitt.

The John Penton, named after one of off-road racing’s pioneers, is the longest-running GNCC races to date. Penton, is the founder of Penton/KTM and will also be on hand with the Factory KTM riders to support the event.

For more information on The John Penton and the GNCC Series visit: www.gnccracing.com

IRVINE, Calif., Feb. 14, 2011 – Two years of persistent efforts by powersports enthusiasts, dealers and other industry representatives have driven Congress to action. On February 17, the U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade will hold a hearing to review the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA). The Motorcycle Industry Council continues to focus Congress’ attention on the unintended ban on youth model ATVs and motorcycles resulting from the CPSIA’s lead content provisions – and the safety risks that the ban presents to youth riders – and has submitted a letter for the hearing.

“Congress knows that the risk to children comes from banning youth models, not from the lead in metal parts, and there now is a will to solve this problem once and for all,” said Paul Vitrano, MIC’s general counsel. “We urge Congress to stop the ban by either lowering the age range of ‘children’s products’ to age 6 and under or granting a categorical exemption for youth ATVs and motorcycles, as provided in Representative Denny Rehberg’s bill, H.R. 412.”