Dirtbike Tires Little Rock AR

Local resource for dirtbike tires in Little Rock, AR. Includes detailed information on local dirtbike tire retailers, as well as on companies providing motorcycle services and which give access to motocross tires, supercross tires, pit bike tires, paddle tires, hard terrain tires, soft terrain tires, dirt bike wheels, but also to other dirtbike tires.

Cuffs
(501) 663-2889
2623 Kavanaugh Blvd
Little Rock, AR
 
Hunters Corner
(501) 614-3844
6000 W Markham St
Little Rock, AR
 
Southern Trading Co Inc
(501) 223-2303
8316 W Markham St
Little Rock, AR
 
Wooley Fabrication
(501) 663-1125
524 N Bryan St
Little Rock, AR
 
Dive Shop
(501) 666-3483
1222 Westpark Dr
Little Rock, AR
 
Bikesellercom Inc
(501) 663-8796
2601 Kavanaugh Blvd # 101
Little Rock, AR
 
Crawdaddys Scuba School Inc
(501) 225-3990
9901 W Markham St
Little Rock, AR
 
Jack Quality Products
(501) 219-1182
8400 W Markham St
Little Rock, AR
 
Strut N Purr Hunting Supplies
(501) 231-4777
4716 Eastwoo Rd 9 D
Little Rock, AR
 
Powder Horn Gun Shop
(501) 565-0070
8204 Vinewood Ln
Little Rock, AR
 

BRIDGESTONE ATLANTA RACE REPORT: Lucky Seven In Atlanta

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BRIDGESTONE ATLANTA RACE REPORT: Lucky Seven In Atlanta

BRIDGESTONE’S STEWART RUNS AMA SUPERCROSS WIN STREAK TO LUCKY SEVEN

It doesn’t matter what side of the country he’s on, James Stewart just keeps on winning. Saturday night at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Stewart rode his Bridgestone-equipped Yamaha to a seventh consecutive victory in Monster Energy AMA 450 Supercross competition, and took over the 2009 championship lead in the process.

After finishing 19th in the season opener, Stewart has been unstoppable, winning six times out west before the series shifted east for seven events. Bridgestone riders have been unbeatable as well, winning every Supercross and Supercross Lites race so far this season.

Stewart (Team San Manuel / JSE Yamaha) won by 9.4 seconds Saturday over Chad Reed (Rockstar / Makita Suzuki), who has placed second to Stewart each time during the current seven-win streak. Ryan Villopoto (Monster Energy Kawasaki) took third to complete a Bridgestone Supercross podium sweep.

“The M603 and M604 (Bridgestone tire) combination worked perfect for the Atlanta soil conditions,” said Stewart, the 2007 AMA Supercross and 2008 AMA Motocross champion who has a three-point advantage over Reed in the ’09 Supercross chase. “We chose the 80/100-21 size front for tonight, to ‘free’ up the front end, with all the ruts and tacky soil conditions.”

In the 250 East, Christophe Pourcel (Monster Energy / Pro Circuit Kawasaki) made it 2-for-2 i, beating fellow Bridgestone rider Nico Izzi (Rockstar / Makita Suzuki) to the finish. “I am very happy to get the win tonight, for my team and Bridgestone.” Pourcel said. “The new Bridgestone tires were really predictable, and gave me a lot of confidence.”
Doug Schopinsky, who oversees Bridgestone tire development for Monster Energy AMA Supercross, was pleased with Saturday’s results, not to mention being at an indoors arena after battling the elements at outdoor stadiums the past couple weekends.

“We couldn’t be happier with our Atlanta results,” Schopinsky said. “It sure was nice to be under the cover of the Georgia Dome, and away from the variable weather conditions. The hard to intermediate tires really tamed the difficult red clay soil conditions, and once again, Bridgestone riders dominated the podium.”


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BRIDGESTONE DAYTONA RACE REPORT: Reed Keeps The Streak Alive

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BRIDGESTONE DAYTONA RACE REPORT: Reed Keeps The Streak Alive

REED’S 2ND STRAIGHT SUPERCROSS WIN KEEPS BRIDGESTONE UNBEATEN

Reigning Monster Energy AMA Supercross champion Chad Reed broke through for his second victory in as many weeks Saturday at Daytona Beach, Fla., to retake control of the hotly contested championship battle with fellow Bridgestone rider James Stewart. Coupled with Christophe Pourcel’s win in 250 East, it also kept Bridgestone unbeaten in the 2009 season.

Reed (Rockstar / Makita Suzuki) took the 450 lead with three laps to go and pulled away to a comfortable margin of victory of more than five seconds. Stewart (Team San Manuel / JSE Yamaha) fell on the first turn of the first lap, but battled his way back to finish seventh. With 10 of the 17 events now complete, Reed holds an 11-point lead over Stewart, the 2007 AMA 450 Supercross and 2008 AMA Motocross champion.

Pourcel (Monster Energy / Pro Circuit Kawasaki) picked up his third win of the season in Supercross 250 Eas competition, extending his championship lead in the process. Fellow Bridgestone rider Nico Izzi (Rockstar / Makita Suzuki) placed third Saturday to strengthen his hold on second in the championship. After four of eight Supercross 250 Eastern Regional events, Pourcel leads Izzi by 15 points, with Pourcel’s teammate Austin Stroupe in third.

Bridgestone riders have now won all 10 main events in both 450 and 250 East and West regionals) this season. Along with Reed in Supercross and Pourcel in Supercross Lites Eastern Regional, Bridgestone rider Ryan Dungey (Monster Energy / Pro Circuit Kawasaki) sits stop the Supercross Lites Western Regional standings.}

Monster Energy AMA 450 Supercross and 250 East return to action Saturday at the Superdome in New Orleans, La. Delayed broadcast of both main events airs on Speed Channel, with 250 East Supercross at 5 p.m. followed by 450 Supercross at 6 p.m.

About Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations:
Nashville, Tenn.-based Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations (BATO) is a business unit of Bridgestone Americas, Inc., whose parent company, Bridgestone Corporation, is the world's largest tire and rubber company. Reporting into the BATO business unit are the company's Latin American tire operations, the U.S. and Canadian consumer tire businesses and the U.S. and Canadian commercial tire businesses. BATO develops, manufactures and markets Bridgestone, Firestone and associate brand tires. The business unit is focused on retail, wholesale and original equipment markets, supplying passenger, light truck, commercial vehicle, off road, motorcycle, agricultural and other tires to its customers in the Americas. In addition, through its Bridgestone Bandag Tire Solutions unit, retreading customers have access to industry-leading research and development, manufacturing, marketing and sales expertise, providing them with a total tire solu...

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BRIDGESTONE TIRES RACE REPORT: Dominance In Phoenix

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BRIDGESTONE TIRES RACE REPORT: Dominance In Phoenix

BRIDGESTONE-SHOD RIDERS CONTINUE TO POST WINS AT PHOENIX SUPERCROSS

Bridgestone-shod riders again filled five of six podium positions, including first-place finishes in both classes, at Saturday’s second round of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series in Phoenix, Ariz.

As expected, the battle between reigning Supercross champion Chad Reed and former Supercross and reigning Motocross champion James Stewart, both riding on Bridgestone brand tires, continued in the Supercross event. Reed and Stewart showed from practice and qualifying lap times that they were the clear favorites for the win.

Stewart, riding the San Manuel/JSE Yamaha, led all 20 laps at the Chase Field stadium Main event en route to his first victory of the 2009 season. Afterward, he credited his Bridgestone tires. “The Phoenix round soil and track layout was the perfect fit for the M603 90/100-21 front tire,” said Stewart.  “Overall, I was comfortable with my tires performance and very happy to get the win tonight.”

Reed, aboard the Rockstar/Makita/Suzuki, finished just 0.591 of a second behind Stewart in second, with Joshua Grant (Joe Gibbs Racing) completing the Bridgestone podium sweep in Supercross.

Round two of the West coast Supercross Lites series championship saw Ryan Dungey, riding a Bridgestone-shod Rockstar/Makita/Suzuki, take the checkers and move into the points lead.  “Starts are so important in this competitive class and my M604 rear tire put me in position to win the race,” said Dungey.  “The challenging soil conditions made me realize just how confident I was with my Bridgestones’ traction tonight.”

Ryan Morais (Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki) placed third in Supercross Lites.

Doug Schopinsky, who oversees Bridgestone tire development for the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series, said, “Our new tire sizes specifically designed for today’s four-stroke machines really tamed the slippery Phoenix soil. We have really focused our new M603/M604 product line on consistent traction and performance, helping Bridgestone-supported riders reach the top step of the podium in both classes tonight.“

Schopinsky added, “As the series travels back to Anaheim, Calif., for round 3 and familiar soil conditions, we hope to build on the early season momentum and continue our winning ways.”


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