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Rekluse Continues Partnership with Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing

As the 2023 season enters its next race, Rekluse is excited to share its continued partnership with Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing for Monster Energy Supercross and AMA Pro Motocross, making up the newly announced SuperMotocross World Championship. Coming off a triple-championship performance in 2022, the esteemed Yamaha team will continue utilizing Rekluse’s premier clutch […]

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As the 2023 season enters its next race, Rekluse is excited to share its continued partnership with Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing for Monster Energy Supercross and AMA Pro Motocross, making up the newly announced SuperMotocross World Championship. Coming off a triple-championship performance in 2022, the esteemed Yamaha team will continue utilizing Rekluse’s premier clutch technologies as they aim to defend their titles.

“The entire 2022 racing season was full of incredible accomplishments for Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing that we’re very proud to be a technical partner in achieving,” commented Alison Kelsey, General Manager for Rekluse. “The 2023 SuperMotocross World Championship brings even more excitement, kicking it off with multiple wins from Eli Tomac. Working closely with the top-level crew and riders at Star Racing, especially on the brand new YZ450F platform from Yamaha, has helped us continue to evolve championship-winning clutch components and we’re thrilled to continue building on this for all Rekluse riders and racers.”

2022 450SX and 450MX Champion, Eli Tomac and 2021 450MX Champion, Dylan Ferrandis returns for 2023, looking to keep the team’s premier class title streak rolling aboard all-new, Rekluse-equipped 2023 Yamaha YZ450F machines. Joining the duo for select Monster Energy AMA Supercross rounds is Justin Cooper, who is eager to make his premier class debut. Then, for the outdoor season, the 2021 250SX West Champion will shift his focus to a 250 title run in the AMA Pro Motocross Championship.

“Yamaha Racing is excited to continue our partnership with Rekluse for 2023! The Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing team has a completely new YZ450F this year and Rekluse has done a great job preparing for the start of the season,” said Jim Roach, Yamaha Racing Department Manager for YMUS. “With Eli getting his first Anaheim 1 win and others at San Diego and Houston, the season is off to a great start.  We look forward to continued success in 2023 with Rekluse and Star Racing.”

TorqDrive will be putting the power to the ground for Star Yamaha riders throughout the remainder of the Supercross season and into Pro Motocross. To find TorqDrive or other Rekluse clutch components for your bike, click below.

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Rekluse Clutch Basket for Harley-Davidson® M8 Models

Rekluse clutch baskets for Harley-Davidson M-8 engines deliver enhanced modulation, better strength, and extended clutch life.

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Rekluse is proud to announce the release of their new Clutch Basket for Harley-Davidson® Milwaukee-Eight®  models. Rekluse clutch baskets are constructed from billet aluminum and hard anodized to deliver enhanced clutch modulation, resistance to notching and extended clutch life. Tightly controlled tolerances ensure smooth operation, less drag, and reduced clutch noise. Precision CNC machining combined with innovative world-class engineering allows Rekluse clutch baskets to safeguard your vital internal components, keeping you on the road for the long haul.

Harley M-8 clutch basket

Features and Benefits

  • Increased basket durability eliminates breakage caused by engine power transfer and stress
    – Handles 200+ FT-LB of torque
  • Custom hardware unique to the Rekluse design that does not require drilling of the OEM ring gear
  • Designed to pair with Rekluse TorqDrive friction technology for the highest level of performance
  • Machined to provide a trued rotation, resulting in less clutch drag
    – Easier to find neutral and smoother shifting
  • Engineered smarter to have less rotating mass, resulting in a better, smoother throttle response
  • Compatible with OEM or Rekluse clutch components

Part Number: RMS-4115005

Models: 2017+ Harley-Davidson® Milwaukee-Eight® engine platforms
Softail Fatboy S (FLSTFBS) (2017), Softail Slim S (FLSS) (2017), Touring CVO Limited
(FLHTKSE) (2017-2020), Touring CVO Road Glide (FLTRXSE) (2018-2019), Touring CVO Street Glide (FLHXSE) (2017-2020), Touring Electra Glide (FLHT) (2017-2020), Touring Road Glide (FLTRX) (2017-2020), Touring Road Glide Special (FLTRXS) (2017-2020), Touring Road Glide Ultra (FLTRU) (2017-2020), Touring Road King (FLHR) (2017-2020), Touring Road King Classic (FLHRC) (2017-2020), Touring Street Glide (FLHX) (2017-2020), Touring Street Glide Special (FLHXS) (2017-2020), Touring Ultra Limited (FLHTK) (2017-2020), Touring Ultra Limited Low (FLHTKL) (2017-2020), Trike CVO Tri Glide (2020), Trike Free Wheeler (FLRT) (2017-2020), Trike Tri Glide / Ultra (FLHTCUTG) (2017-2020)

Have questions?

M8 clutch basket Rekluse

Curious about the installation process? Be sure to check out our video below for more information. 

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Rekluse Clutch Basket for Harley-Davidson® M8 Models

Rekluse is proud to announce the release of their new Clutch Basket for Harley-Davidson® Milwaukee-Eight®  models. Rekluse clutch baskets are constructed from billet aluminum and hard anodized to deliver enhanced clutch modulation, resistance to notching and extended clutch life. Tightly controlled tolerances ensure smooth operation, less drag, and reduced clutch noise. Precision CNC machining combined […]

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Rekluse is proud to announce the release of their new Clutch Basket for Harley-Davidson® Milwaukee-Eight®  models. Rekluse clutch baskets are constructed from billet aluminum and hard anodized to deliver enhanced clutch modulation, resistance to notching and extended clutch life. Tightly controlled tolerances ensure smooth operation, less drag, and reduced clutch noise. Precision CNC machining combined with innovative world-class engineering allows Rekluse clutch baskets to safeguard your vital internal components, keeping you on the road for the long haul.

Features and Benefits

  • Increased basket durability eliminates breakage caused by engine power transfer and stress
    – Handles 200+ FT-LB of torque
  • Custom hardware unique to the Rekluse design that does not require drilling of the OEM ring gear
  • Designed to pair with Rekluse TorqDrive friction technology for the highest level of performance
  • Machined to provide a trued rotation, resulting in less clutch drag
    – Easier to find neutral and smoother shifting
  • Engineered smarter to have less rotating mass, resulting in a better, smoother throttle response
  • Compatible with OEM or Rekluse clutch components

See it Here

Part Number: RMS-4115005

Models: 2017+ Harley-Davidson® Milwaukee-Eight® engine platforms
Softail Fatboy S (FLSTFBS) (2017), Softail Slim S (FLSS) (2017), Touring CVO Limited
(FLHTKSE) (2017-2020), Touring CVO Road Glide (FLTRXSE) (2018-2019), Touring CVO Street Glide (FLHXSE) (2017-2020), Touring Electra Glide (FLHT) (2017-2020), Touring Road Glide (FLTRX) (2017-2020), Touring Road Glide Special (FLTRXS) (2017-2020), Touring Road Glide Ultra (FLTRU) (2017-2020), Touring Road King (FLHR) (2017-2020), Touring Road King Classic (FLHRC) (2017-2020), Touring Street Glide (FLHX) (2017-2020), Touring Street Glide Special (FLHXS) (2017-2020), Touring Ultra Limited (FLHTK) (2017-2020), Touring Ultra Limited Low (FLHTKL) (2017-2020), Trike CVO Tri Glide (2020), Trike Free Wheeler (FLRT) (2017-2020), Trike Tri Glide / Ultra (FLHTCUTG) (2017-2020)

Contact Rekluse or your local dealer to order. 
(208) 426-0659 – 8AM – 5PM MST

Find a Rekluse dealer here

Curious about the installation process? Be sure to check out our video below for more information.

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Catching Up With Spencer Hill – The Gear Dude

Rekluse sat down with KTM Twins Ambassador, “The Gear Dude” Spencer Hill, to talk about his favorite parts about riding, what he likes about running Rekluse auto and manual clutches, and more.  Rekluse: When did you get your start riding? Spencer: I didn’t start riding motorcycles until I was about 22 or 23. I had […]

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Rekluse sat down with KTM Twins Ambassador, “The Gear Dude” Spencer Hill, to talk about his favorite parts about riding, what he likes about running Rekluse auto and manual clutches, and more. 

Rekluse: When did you get your start riding?

Spencer: I didn’t start riding motorcycles until I was about 22 or 23. I had a friend that bought a Triumph Bonneville right when the retro bikes were coming back, the café racer type thing. I thought it was super cool, so I bought a 1969 Honda CL175. I’m an engineer by trade, so I rebuilt that bike from top to bottom and fell in love with motorcycles. My wife, who was my girlfriend at the time, and I would cruise around the city. That’s how I got started.

What’s your favorite part about riding? Taking your wife for a ride, finding new places?

I don’t think my wife has ridden on the back of one of my motorcycles since then [laughs]. My favorite thing is probably just being out in the middle of nowhere. I really like rough camping. Just being on a trip where you can go a night or two without really going through any cities and just being out on your own, on your own mission.

What’s your favorite “middle of nowhere” to go to?

I love Death Valley. I’m sort of a history buff. It’s just a cool place to ride without the frame of reference of modern anything. Being in the middle of nowhere like that really makes the history come alive.

The rich history in Death Valley attracts enthusiasts from all over the country.

What kind of history is out there?

There’s ghost towns, a ton of old mines, Barker Ranch where the Manson family hung out, lots of interesting stuff.

Do you have a favorite riding memory? An epic trip that stands out?

Doing the Continental Divide in 2016. That was probably my favorite motorcycle memory.

How long did that take you?

Like 17 days. I was with 2 guys who had never ridden motorcycles before. They just dove right in [laughs]. Other than that, I did a month-long trip with my wife from Washington all the way down to Mexico. We hit all the national parks like Yosemite and Yellowstone. That was my favorite long trip.

That’s awesome. During that month-long trip, were you guys just living off the bike or getting hotel rooms?

We did a bit of both. We had all our camping stuff with us, so we did camp like 75% of the time. We stayed in hotels in a couple big cities like San Diego and in Palm Springs because it was so damn hot out [laughs].

Spencer loves the freedom that camping provides when he’s on adventures.

What does adventure riding mean to you?

It just means the freedom of being able to explore and not worry about where I’m going to stay or where my destination is. Just being self-sufficient in that way – having your own camping kit, food, enough fuel, to be able to do whatever you want and be in the back country.

What advice would you give someone who was wanting to get into adventure riding?

Start on a dirt bike. That’s my number one thing. I think a common mistake people make is go out and buy a [BMW] 1200 GS or a [KTM] 1290 to start out with. [Starting on a big bike] can really sour you on the whole sport. So start small and just go out and do it.

Switching gears a bit, you’re a KTM Twins Ambassador. What does that entail?

I started with KTM Twins when it changed ownership in 2016. They wanted to build a promotional bike to garner some attention, and they asked me to do it, so I built out a Rally 690. I’ve been doing projects like that with them ever since. I did a 1090 after the first 690, then I’m working on a 790 build right now. We go to most of the major events and rallies and fly the KTM Twins flag.

Do you guys have any big rides or events coming up?

We have a big Death Valley trip coming up this Winter, but that’s more of a personal trip than a [KTM Twins] promotional trip. Then event season this year with the Touratech Rally and that kind of stuff.

Adventure riding is a unique way to see places that would otherwise be inaccessible.

Do you have a favorite rally?

I like the Touratech Rally a lot, just because it’s in my back yard. It’s about 2 hours away from my house, and it’s in an area that I ride in a lot. Other than that, I love the KTM [Adventure] Rally, I love the culture there. They usually put together incredible rides.

So what’s your background with Rekluse? 

I got started [with Rekluse] right when I started that first 690 build for KTM Twins. I had 2 690’s at the time, one that was more like a dirt bike and the other that was a Rally setup. I had an auto clutch [RadiusX] in both of them and I absolutely loved it. That was the first time I had one in a bike. I have ran [Rekluse] product ever since then. I had TorqDrive [manual clutch] in the 1090, then I have TorqDrive in the new 790, and I have a [RadiusX] auto clutch waiting to get installed [into the 790].

What do you feel the benefits of TorqDrive are?

The biggest advantage on the 790 with [TorqDrive] is it’s just a more robust clutch. The 790 has clutch issues. I’ve put about 3,000 miles on TorqDrive now. I haven’t gotten any of the fade or anything. I’m going to check it out when I take it apart to put the [RadiusX] auto clutch in, but I suspect that it’s still good. It’s a more robust clutch, and I think it just does better with these powerful bikes.

What were the benefits of RadiusX?

I had it super dialed on one of the 690s, and it just seemed like it worked perfectly. It made riding more effortless, especially in technical terrain. It felt like it had a better grab than the stock clutch on that bike. It just really made it feel like a dirt bike. And it was great for wheelies [laughs].

According to Spencer, RadiusX passes the all-important wheelie test.

Other than the bigger adventure bikes, what models do you have experience with Rekluse clutches on?

[KTM] 500 EXC. I went riding with Jimmy Lewis a couple months ago, and he has a couple [KTM] 500’s dialed in with [RadiusCX]. He has them so dialed in and perfect, I love it on that bike. I’ve gone back to back – I rode with [auto clutches with Jimmy Lewis] in Nevada, then I was in Moab and I got a chance to ride a brand new [KTM] 500 that was bone stock. I was like “oh man, how do people do this with a regular clutch?” [laughs].

Are there any standout bike models where you think the clutch really shines?

I think TorqDrive was really great in the 790 as far as reducing the lever pull, because it’s a cable clutch as opposed to the usual hydraulic clutch on a KTM. It made the lever pull easier and it did better at transferring the power. I’m really excited to see how the auto clutch does in the 790, because it already has the quick shifter. So with the RadiusX, it could be a perfect combination of quick shifter and auto clutch. It could be really cool.

What scenarios do you feel like the auto clutch comes in handy?

The auto clutch just makes technical terrain much more enjoyable. Rocky climbs, Moab type stuff, it just keeps one thing off your plate. It makes in more fun for me, because it’s one less thing I have to worry about.

RadiusX is a useful tool for navigating technical terrain, especially with bigger bikes.

What about TorqDrive? Where does it come in handy?

It’s just the only solution for the 790. KTM should have put a better clutch in to start, so I think [TorqDrive] shines as the proper replacement.

What common misconceptions have you heard about auto clutches, and how do they compare to the actual performance of the product?

Before I ever used an auto clutch, I had people saying that your bike will constantly roll backwards, that your bike will be rolling off hills. That was sort of funny to me. The other [misconception] was that the clutch required constant adjustment. That was the first thing I learned with my first 690 – if you adjust it properly, you really don’t have to mess with it. It was a seamless product on the bike… I thought I would have to tinker with it a lot, but I didn’t. You just check Free Play Gain and make sure that’s within spec, and it’s easy.

Where can people find you online?

My website is thegeardude.com – most people follow what I do on Instagram, which is @the_gear_dude, or The Gear Dude on Facebook.


Check out the full adventure product line here. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to our customer service team at 208-426-0659 or [email protected] 

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Star Racing Yamaha Powered by Rekluse for the Seventh Consecutive Year

Rekluse’s race win and championship-studded history with the Star Racing Yamaha team dates back to the off-season of 2015. After extensive development of the Core Manual TorqDrive system and proven performance at the professional racing level, Rekluse went testing with Star Yamaha. A seemingly unanimous feeling of power transfer advantage made Star Yamaha’s decision to […]

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Rekluse’s race win and championship-studded history with the Star Racing Yamaha team dates back to the off-season of 2015. After extensive development of the Core Manual TorqDrive system and proven performance at the professional racing level, Rekluse went testing with Star Yamaha.

A seemingly unanimous feeling of power transfer advantage made Star Yamaha’s decision to officially begin running the Rekluse product in 2016 an easy decision. Since then, Rekluse has continued working closely with the team’s experts and riders to fine tune the TorqDrive system, racking up over 10 Championships since then. Check out more on Rekluse’s Star Yamaha history here.

Since they began working together in 2016, Rekluse and Star Racing Yamaha have earned over 10 Championships between Supercross and Motocross.

The kickoff of the 2022 Supercross season also marked the kickoff of the seventh consecutive year the Star Racing Yamaha team will be relying on Rekluse to get the power to the rear wheel and ultimately across the finish line. 

Only a handful of rounds into the SX season so far, Christian Craig has taken the lead in the 250SX West class, actuating a Core Manual TorqDrive clutch drive system in his ’22 Yamaha YZ250F. As of now, Craig currently holds the points lead and the red number plate with 3 out of 4 wins.

Craig has proven his title contention just a handful of rounds into the season aboard his Rekluse TorqDrive-equipped YZ250F.

The 450SX class is now commonly referred to as ‘stacked,’ and that couldn’t be more true in 2022. In his debut with the Star Racing Yamaha team, 2020 Supercross Champion Eli Tomac has fought for consistent results, earning a red number plate on his Rekluse-equipped Yamaha YZ450F and the points lead heading into Round 5 of the series. 

Eli Tomac is new to the Star Yamaha team and the Rekluse clutch system. He is already proving himself and the setup with a main event win and the points lead 4-rounds in.

The entire Rekluse team is looking forward to continuing another incredible Supercross season, as well as looking ahead to lining up for the Pro Motocross series with Star Yamaha this summer!

Follow us on Instagram and YouTube for the latest on our products, racing, tech tips, and everything in between!

Photos: Ocotopi Media / Star Racing Yamaha, Swapmoto Live

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Husqvarna Motorcycles Extends Partnership with Rekluse Through 2022

Rekluse is proud to continue working directly with Husqvarna Factory Racing throughout their different disciplines on performance clutch development delivering winning results. Official release from Husqvarna Motorcycles below. Husqvarna Motorcycles is pleased to announce an extension to its highly successful partnership with leading clutch component manufacturer, Rekluse. The renewed agreement will see Husqvarna Factory Racing […]

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Rekluse is proud to continue working directly with Husqvarna Factory Racing throughout their different disciplines on performance clutch development delivering winning results.

Official release from Husqvarna Motorcycles below.

Husqvarna Motorcycles is pleased to announce an extension to its highly successful partnership with leading clutch component manufacturer, Rekluse. The renewed agreement will see Husqvarna Factory Racing continue to benefit from the US manufacturer’s high-quality products, which deliver improved performance and reliability, through to the end of the 2022 racing season.

Now entering its 20th year in the motorcycle industry, Rekluse is a brand well-known for its quality components and innovation. Using global offroad racing as a rigorous testing platform to develop its products, the Idaho-based company continues to be a pioneer for motorcycle clutch technology, with Husqvarna Factory Racing relying on the brand’s extensive range of components.

Rekluse develops their extensive product range to provide teams and riders with unmatched performance and reliability. The close working relationship between Husqvarna Factory Racing and Rekluse in recent years has resulted in several successes across the globe. In 2020, Zach Osborne claimed the 450 Class Pro Motocross title, a first for Husqvarna Motorcycles, while Billy Bolt secured the FIM SuperEnduro World Championship. Bolt enjoyed further success in 2021 with the Brit claiming the inaugural FIM Hard Enduro World Championship crown.

With an extension to this successful technical partnership, Husqvarna Factory Racing will continue to utilize Rekluse products in all forms of competition in 2022, enhancing the performance of the Husqvarna racing machines.

Robert Jonas – Vice President Motorsports Offroad: “We are delighted to continue our close working relationship with Rekluse. The partnership has been incredibly successful across our motocross, enduro, and rally racing activities, with Husqvarna Factory Racing undoubtedly benefitting from Rekluse products. The last two seasons have been incredibly rewarding with titles in Pro Motocross, SuperEnduro, and Hard Enduro, thanks in part to the support of Rekluse. Looking ahead to 2022 we’re fully focused on achieving even more success together.”

Alison Kelsey, General Manager, Rekluse Motor Sports, Inc.: “We’ve enjoyed a great relationship with Husqvarna Factory Racing for many years and it’s really exciting to be continuing with our partnership through 2022. Over the last few seasons, the team has delivered championships in many different disciplines, which is fantastic for us as it proves the versatility, durability, and performance of Rekluse products. Looking ahead to the new season, we’re behind the team 100% and we are sure that it will be another successful year of racing.”

Photos: Simon Cudby / Husqvarna Factory Racing

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Dylan Ferrandis Wins 2021 450 Motocross Championship

Rekluse is proud to be the trusted clutch supplier for Monster Energy Star Racing Yamaha and their newly crowned 450 Motocross Champion Dylan Ferrandis. Congrats to Dylan and the whole team on a historic season! DYLAN FERRANDIS – 450 MX CHAMPION Monster Energy / Star Racing Yamaha In just his rookie 450 season, Dylan Ferrandis […]

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Rekluse is proud to be the trusted clutch supplier for Monster Energy Star Racing Yamaha and their newly crowned 450 Motocross Champion Dylan Ferrandis. Congrats to Dylan and the whole team on a historic season!

DYLAN FERRANDIS – 450 MX CHAMPION

Monster Energy / Star Racing Yamaha

Photo: Octopi Media

In just his rookie 450 season, Dylan Ferrandis wrapped up the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross title with one more round to go. The season was a dominant one for Dylan and the Star Racing Yamaha team, who took the reins of the Yamaha 450 program this season. Star Racing, a traditional powerhouse in the 250 class, brought Yamaha their first 450 outdoor title since 2007 with Dylan’s historic effort. 

“Over the past several years now of working with Rekluse in Supercross and Motocross, they’ve provided us with clutch technology that excels even in the most demanding racing conditions. These tracks and riders put a tremendous amount of stress on the machine, going all out for two 30-minute motos, and we need a clutch that can withstand that. The durability, performance and turnability of the clutch options Rekluse provides us complements the high standards we hold in our program. We’re excited to now take that winning combination to the premier 450 MX class this year with Dylan capturing the championship.”
-Jeremy Coker, Star Racing 450 team manager. 

Dylan and the team utilized the Core Manual TorqDrive® clutch for the 2021 Motocross season to give them the best in clutch performance and durability. 

Photo: Octopi Media
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Rekluse Pro Motocross Report – Fox Raceway 2

Rekluse is proud to be the trusted clutch supplier to top-tier race teams for the 2021 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship. Below are their race results from round 11 Fox Raceway.  The demands of racing call for a clutch that can withstand extreme conditions. Several professional level racers, from motocross to extreme enduro, trust […]

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Rekluse is proud to be the trusted clutch supplier to top-tier race teams for the 2021 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship. Below are their race results from round 11 Fox Raceway. 

Dylan Ferrandis – Star Racing Yamaha – Photo: Octopi Media
Christian Craig – Star Racing Yamaha – Photo: Octopi Media
Coty Schock – FXR Chaparral Honda –  Photo Swapmoto Live
Justin Cooper – Star Racing Yamaha – Photo: Octopi Media
R.J. Hampshire- Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing –  Photo: Simon Cudby
Joshua Varize – Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing –  Photo: Simon Cudby
Levi Kitchen – Star Racing Yamaha – Photo: Octopi Media

The demands of racing call for a clutch that can withstand extreme conditions. Several professional level racers, from motocross to extreme enduro, trust Rekluse clutch components to perform even in the most demanding races. Check out the video below to learn more.

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Rekluse Pro Motocross Report – Southwick

Rekluse is proud to be the trusted clutch supplier to top-tier race teams for the 2021 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship. Below are their race results from round 5 Southwick. The Star Racing Yamaha team chooses Rekluse Clutch Technology in their YZ450F and YZ250F machines. We caught up with Dylan Ferrandis in his 250 […]

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Rekluse is proud to be the trusted clutch supplier to top-tier race teams for the 2021 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship. Below are their race results from round 5 Southwick.

Dylan Ferrandis – Star Racing Yamaha – Photo: Octopi Media
Dean Wilson – Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing –  Photo: Simon Cudby
Christian Craig – Star Racing Yamaha – Photo: Octopi Media
Aaron Plessinger – Star Racing Yamaha – Photo: Octopi Media
Justin Cooper – Star Racing Yamaha – Photo: Octopi Media
RJ Hampshire – Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing –  Photo: Simon Cudby
Colt Nichols – Star Racing Yamaha – Photo: Octopi Media
Stilez Robertson – Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing –  Photo: Simon Cudby
Jalek Swoll – Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing –  Photo: Simon Cudby

The Star Racing Yamaha team chooses Rekluse Clutch Technology in their YZ450F and YZ250F machines. We caught up with Dylan Ferrandis in his 250 days and learned why he likes racing with Rekluse. Check out the video below to learn more.

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Rekluse Pro Motocross Report – RedBud

Rekluse is proud to be the trusted clutch supplier to top-tier race teams for the 2021 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship. Below are their race results from round 4 RedBud.  The Star Racing Yamaha team chooses Rekluse Clutch Technology in their YZ450F and YZ250F machines. We caught up with Dylan Ferrandis in his 250 […]

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Rekluse is proud to be the trusted clutch supplier to top-tier race teams for the 2021 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship. Below are their race results from round 4 RedBud. 

Dylan Ferrandis – Star Racing Yamaha – Photo: Octopi Media
Aaron Plessinger – Star Racing Yamaha – Photo: Octopi Media
Christian Craig – Star Racing Yamaha – Photo: Octopi Media
RJ Hampshire – Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing –  Photo: Simon Cudby
Justin Cooper – Star Racing Yamaha – Photo: Octopi Media
Jeremy Martin – Star Racing Yamaha – Photo: Octopi Media
Stilez Robertson – Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing –  Photo: Simon Cudby
Jalek Swoll – Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing –  Photo: Simon Cudby

The Star Racing Yamaha team chooses Rekluse Clutch Technology in their YZ450F and YZ250F machines. We caught up with Dylan Ferrandis in his 250 days and learned why he likes racing with Rekluse. Check out the video below to learn more.

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