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UTVDriver.com YXZ1000 TorqDrive Review

The crew over at UTVDriver.com put TorqDrive in their Yamaha YXZ1000R and put it to the test. You can check out their full installation and review HERE. To check out the clutch for yourself, go HERE, or use the “Select Your Ride” feature on our Home Page. The EXP 3.0 auto clutch is also available […]

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The crew over at UTVDriver.com put TorqDrive in their Yamaha YXZ1000R and put it to the test. You can check out their full installation and review HERE. To check out the clutch for yourself, go HERE, or use the “Select Your Ride” feature on our Home Page.

The EXP 3.0 auto clutch is also available for non-SS models

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65 Championships in 2017

Rekluse racers brought home a total of 60 national and international championships in 2017. They put our products to the test in 13 different riding disciplines across the world. We had the fortune of celebrating 8 overall AMA pro-class championships, with two coming from Purvines DA8 Racing’s Gary Sutherlin taking both the National Hare and […]

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Rekluse racers brought home a total of 60 national and international championships in 2017. They put our products to the test in 13 different riding disciplines across the world.

We had the fortune of celebrating 8 overall AMA pro-class championships, with two coming from Purvines DA8 Racing’s Gary Sutherlin taking both the National Hare and Hound series and the WORCS series titles.

Overseas competitions yielded many notable championships. Loïc Larrieu of Outsiders Yamaha earned himself the ISDE Individual Gold Medal. Max Anstie of Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing did his home country proud, winning the Individual title at this year’s MX of Nations in the United Kingdom. Penrite Honda’s Justin Brayton successfully defended his Australian Supercross title from last year.

Rekluse Race Program Manager, Austin Paden, said “We are thrilled with how this year turned out. It’s an honor to support so many talented riders from different disciplines all over the world. Our racers put our products to the ultimate test, driving us to continually innovate clutch technology and deliver the best possible products. We look forward to seeing our riders back in action this upcoming season.”

Championship List

Supercross:

  • Justin Brayton: SX1 – Australian SX – Penrite Honda
  • Tom Guyon: SX1 – French SX
  • Jordan Bailey: 250 Pro Sport – Mini O’s SX – Rockstar Husqvarna
  • Jesse Flock: 450B Limited – Mini O’s SX – EBR Performance
  • Ty Masterpool: Schoolboy 1 – Mini O’s SX – Star Racing Yamaha

Motocross:

  • Jordan Bailey: 250A – Mini O’s MX – Star Racing Yamaha
  • Brock Papi: 450B – AMA Amateur National MX
  • Carter Biese: 125cc (12-16) B/C – AMA Amateur National MX
  • Gage Scaletti: 450B – Wiseco ATV MX – Ford Brothers Racing
  • Gage Scaletti: Production C – Wiseco ATV MX – Ford Brothers Racing
  • Jesse Flock: 250B – Ponca City MX – EBR Performance
  • Jesse Flock: 125cc B/C – Ponca City MX – EBR Performance
  • Jesse Flock: Schoolboy 1 (12-16) – Ponca City MX – EBR Performance
  • John Grewe: Masters 50+ – AMA Amateur National MX
  • Justin Cooper: Open Pro Sport – AMA Amateur National MX
  • Justin Cooper: 250A – AMA Amateur National MX
  • Matt LeBlanc: Mini Sr 1 – AMA Amateur Nat’l MX – Star Racing Yamaha
  • Matt LeBlanc: 85cc Sr 1 – Ponca City MX – Star Racing Yamaha
  • Ryder Sigety: Age 7-10 – ECEA Trail Jr Enduros
  • Ryder Sigety: 50cc – ECEA Spring Jr Enduros
  • Ryder Sigety: Age 7-10 – ECEA & D6 Trail Hare Scrambles
  • Ryder Sigety: 50cc Hare Scrambles – AMA East
  • Tanner Stack: 250 All Star A/B – Ponca City MX – EBR Performance
  • Tanner Stack: Open Pro Sport – Ponca City MX – EBR Performance
  • Tanner Stack: 250A – Ponca City MX – EBR Performance
  • Tayler Allred: Girls (11-16) – AMA Amateur National MX

Arenacross:

  • Gavin Faith – 250 – Amsoil Arenacross – Team Babbitt’s Kawasaki
  • Ryan Breece – West Lites – Amsoil Arenacross – GPF Babbitt’s Online
  • Addison Emory – AM250 – Amsoil Arenacross
  • Jean Ramon – MX1 – Brazilian Arenacross

American Flat Track:

  • Jared Mees: Twins – Indian Motorcycle/Rogers Racing
  • Kolby Carlile: Singles – Estenson Racing

Enduro/Offroad:

  • Gary Sutherlin: Pro – NHHA – Purvines DA8 Racing
  • Gary Sutherlin: Pro – WORCS – Purvines DA8 Racing
  • Steward Baylor: Pro – NEPG – SRT KTM
  • Steward Baylor: Pro – Sprint Enduro – SRT KTM
  • Thorn Devlin: Expert AA – NEPG – Airgroup/Enduro Eng. Husqvarna
  • Destry Abbott: Vet – Endurocross – Purvines DA8 Racing
  • Max Gerston: AA – West Hare Scramble Series – Beta USA
  • Josh Toth: XC2 – GNCC – AmPro Yamaha
  • Damon Bush: Heavyweight Expert – AMA Big 6 – Purvines DA8 Racing

ISDE:

  • Loïc Larrieu: Individual Overall – ISDE – Outsiders Yamaha

International Motocross:

  • Max Anstie: Individual Overall – MX of Nations – Rockstar Husqvarna
  • Kiara Fontanesi: WMX – MXGP – MXFonta Yamaha
  • Matt Goerke: MX1 – Canadian MX Nationals – Rockstar OTSFF Yamaha
  • Shawn Maffenbeier: MX2 – Canadian MX Nationals – MX101 Yamaha
  • Anton Gole: MX1 – Swedish MX Nationals
  • Bradley Masters: 65 – Dutch Motocross – HMX Racing
  • Ravio Dankers: 125 – Dutch Motocross – HSF Motorsport
  • Thomas Kjer Olsen: Masters – Dutch Motocross – Rockstar Husqvarna

World Enduro and Cross Country:

  • Colton Haaker: Prestige – Super Enduro WC – Rockstar Husqvarna
  • Graham Jarvis: Hell’s Gate – Rockstar Husqvarna
  • Graham Jarvis: Hixpania Hard Enduro – Rockstar Husqvarna
  • Loïc Larrieu: France Enduro – Outsiders Yamaha
  • Davide Soreca: EJ Italian Enduro – RedMoto Honda
  • Paul Whibley: New Zealand XC – PWR Yamaha
  • McKenzie Motorsport Team – 50+ – Baja 1000
  • Daan Bruijsten: E1 – Ductch Enduro Championship

International Flat Track:

  • Francesco Cecchini: FIM Flat Track Cup – Honda Alonso Racing

World Rally:

  • Pablo Quintanilla: FIM Cross Country Rallies WC – Rockstar Husqvarna
  • Jakkrit Chawtale: Moto – Asia Cross Country Rally

Snowbike:

  • Brock Hoyer: XGames – Rockstar Spectra Powersports Yamaha
  • Jimmy Jarrett – AMA Snowbike – Superior Construction Racing

Hillclimb:

  • Jake Anstett: 451-700cc – North American Hillclimbers Association – Team Peterson Racing

UTV:

  • Cody Miller: Pro – GNCC – AmPro Yamaha
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DA8 YZ450FX Raffle

Enter to win the 2017 Yamaha YZ450FX featured in our Building the Dream video series, supporting Charlotte and Destry Abbott’s new nonprofit DA8 Strong. This bike features almost $10,000 in aftermarket accessories thanks to our generous build partners. Additionally MX-Tech will provide the winner with customized suspension tuning. DA8 Strong’s mission is “to improve the quality of life for cancer patients […]

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Enter to win the 2017 Yamaha YZ450FX featured in our Building the Dream video series, supporting Charlotte and Destry Abbott’s new nonprofit DA8 Strong. This bike features almost $10,000 in aftermarket accessories thanks to our generous build partners. Additionally MX-Tech will provide the winner with customized suspension tuning.

DA8 Strong’s mission is “to improve the quality of life for cancer patients and their families through charitable support, recreation and services.”

All proceeds will benefit the DA8 Strong Foundation.

Tickets are $5 for 1 or $20 for 8. Click HERE to purchase raffle tickets.

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Jason Anderson, Dean Wilson Podium at 2017 Monster Energy Cup

The seventh running of the Monster Energy Cup this weekend brought home two podium finishes for Rekluse and Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing.  Jason Anderson gated well and laid down consistent laps all night, taking his FC450 to 2nd place finishes in all three motos. This was enough to give him 2nd place overall, and […]

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The seventh running of the Monster Energy Cup this weekend brought home two podium finishes for Rekluse and Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing.  Jason Anderson gated well and laid down consistent laps all night, taking his FC450 to 2nd place finishes in all three motos. This was enough to give him 2nd place overall, and a check for $35,000.

His teammate Dean Wilson, also on a FC450, went 3rd-5th-3rd in the three motos. He stayed in the mix every race, making strong starts and passes on his way to a 3rd place overall finish.

This weekend’s results are a continuation of a successful partnership between Rekluse and Rockstar Husqvarna. “We are proud of the Team’s results, and are looking forward to seeing them back in action when the Supercross season kicks off January 6th in Anaheim” said Rekluse Race Program Manager Austin Paden.

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American Flat Track Championships

The American Flat Track Series came to a close last weekend with the final race in Perris, CA.  Rekluse chalked up two more championships, one in the Twins division and one in the Singles. Jared Mees capped off his dominating AFT Twins season on his Indian Scout FTR750 with both the individual race and the […]

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The American Flat Track Series came to a close last weekend with the final race in Perris, CA.  Rekluse chalked up two more championships, one in the Twins division and one in the Singles.

Jared Mees capped off his dominating AFT Twins season on his Indian Scout FTR750 with both the individual race and the overall points win.  He had wrapped up the series title with 2 rounds left, but kept on the gas.  Out of the 18 races of the season, Mees was able to put the #9 in the winner’s circle 10 times, and podiumed an AFT record 17 times.

The Singles title was brought home by Kolby “The Flying Tomato” Carlile.  His 2018 Yamaha YZ450F was solid all year, taking him to 8 podium finishes, and a 23 point victory in the series standings.  Carlile has been running our newest product, RadiusCX.

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Rekluse Partners with Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing for SX/MX

Rockstar Energy Factory Husqvarna riders Jason Anderson, Dean Wilson and Jordan Bailey will make their debut on Rekluse products at this weekend’s Monster Energy Cup. Rekluse is proud to support the team through the 2018 and 2019 Supercross and Motocross seasons. This is a continuation of a multiyear agreement to support Husqvarna’s worldwide race program. […]

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Rockstar Energy Factory Husqvarna riders Jason Anderson, Dean Wilson and Jordan Bailey will make their debut on Rekluse products at this weekend’s Monster Energy Cup. Rekluse is proud to support the team through the 2018 and 2019 Supercross and Motocross seasons.

This is a continuation of a multiyear agreement to support Husqvarna’s worldwide race program. The partnership has already seen a lot of success since its start in 2016, netting championships in several racing disciplines. Rekluse and Husqvarna’s shared passion for innovation has them poised to continue their track record of excellence in racing.

Sean Brown, president of Rekluse, stated, “We are excited to continue our partnership with Husqvarna. It’s a privilege to support these riders in their championship pursuits. We’re eager to watch all the action unfold this weekend and beyond.”

All three riders will be running Rekluse’s Core Manual clutch technology. Engineered and machined from aerospace quality billet aluminum, the Core components optimize oil flow, last longer and reduce running temperatures.  This equates to virtually zero clutch fade for the rider, giving them uncompromised feel and performance from the green flag to the checkered flag.

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MX of Nations Results

Last weekend the 71st annual MX of Nations in Winchester, UK brought together riders from 38 countries.  Rekluse was well represented, proudly supporting riders from around the globe. Max Anstie took the individual overall, winning both Race 1 and 3 on his Rockstar Husqvarna, equipped with Core Manual.  He was quoted saying: “For me these […]

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Last weekend the 71st annual MX of Nations in Winchester, UK brought together riders from 38 countries.  Rekluse was well represented, proudly supporting riders from around the globe.

Max Anstie took the individual overall, winning both Race 1 and 3 on his Rockstar Husqvarna, equipped with Core Manual.  He was quoted saying:

“For me these two moto wins feel like a dream come true.  I’ve always wanted to get a win in the MXGP class and now I’ve got two victories at the most prestigious event of the season.  It’s an unreal feeling.”

Rekluse swept the podium in Race 1, with Max Anstie bringing home the win, Tim Gajser taking second, and Gautier Paulin rounding out the top 3.  Gajser uses Core Manual TorqDrive in his HRC Honda, and Paulin runs Core Manual in his Rockstar Husqvarna.

Rekluse riders took 4 of the top 10 spots in Race 2.

Race 3 was Max Anstie’s second win of the day, with Jeffrey Herlings taking second and Romain Febvre in third.

Congrats to Gautier Paulin and Team France for the overall team win.

Gautier Paulin – photo courtesy of Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing

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Events
Come See Us at the AIM Expo!

We will be attending the 2017 AIM Expo, September 21st-24th in booth #847 (right across the main aisle from the Yamaha Boats & Waverunners booth).  Click here to see this years floor plan for the Expo.  Stop by and learn about our new product launches!  Highlights include: TorqDrive clutch packs for OE clutches TorqDrive performance […]

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We will be attending the 2017 AIM Expo, September 21st-24th in booth #847 (right across the main aisle from the Yamaha Boats & Waverunners booth).  Click here to see this years floor plan for the Expo.  Stop by and learn about our new product launches!  Highlights include:

  • TorqDrive clutch packs for OE clutches
    • TorqDrive performance is more accessible than ever!
  • A full product offering for Adventure and Dual Sport models
    • Find out how we deliver the best riding experience for the Honda Africa Twin, KTM 1090 and Suzuki V-Strom.
  • New street products
    • Now available for Indian Scout and HD Street 500/750

See everyone there!

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Canadian MX Wins

Rekluse riders again claimed both MX1 and MX2 championships in Canada for the third straight year! Matt Goerke of Rockstar Energy OTSFF Yamaha won his second MX1 championship in three years and Shawn Maffenbeier of MX101 FXR Yamaha won his first MX2 championship.  Both riders and their teams run Core Manual TorqDrive.

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Rekluse riders again claimed both MX1 and MX2 championships in Canada for the third straight year!
Matt Goerke of Rockstar Energy OTSFF Yamaha won his second MX1 championship in three years and Shawn Maffenbeier of MX101 FXR Yamaha won his first MX2 championship. 
Both riders and their teams run Core Manual TorqDrive.

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New Products Available for Indian Scout

We’re proud to announce that the RadiusX auto clutch and TorqDrive manual clutch are both available now for the Indian Scout! The RadiusX allows you to take off and stop in gear, without having to touch your clutch lever.  This means heavy, stop-and-go traffic is much easier, and much more enjoyable for you.  In addition […]

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We’re proud to announce that the RadiusX auto clutch and TorqDrive manual clutch are both available now for the Indian Scout!

The RadiusX allows you to take off and stop in gear, without having to touch your clutch lever.  This means heavy, stop-and-go traffic is much easier, and much more enjoyable for you.  In addition to the added convenience, the RadiusX provides a higher torque capacity versus a stock clutch pack, which gives your bike faster power transfer to the pavement.  The additional friction plates allow for cooler running temperatures, which prolongs the life of the clutch pack.  Installation is the equivalent to changing out a stock clutch pack, with no necessary modifications to stock parts.

Learn more here.

The TorqDrive gives you the same feel as your Scout’s stock clutch, but the friction disk technologies inside increase your torque capacity and power transfer to the pavement.  Operating temperatures are greatly decreased thanks to improved oil flow, which increases the life of your clutch.  Installation is as easy as replacing a stock clutch pack.  No need to modify any stock components.

Learn more here.

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