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Cobra Moto Rolls Out 2018 Competition Minicycles

Cobra Moto has announced its 2018  competition minicycle line, based on All-American supply chain sources and U.S.-made parts from fender-to-fender, says the company.

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The 2018 CX65 will continue to lead its class in engine output and suspension performance. And additionally, Cobra engineers focused on weight savings and handling improvements through the introduction of an all-new set of wheels for 2018.

When you sweep all the major 51cc titles and the all-important 65cc 10-11 Limited championship at the recent Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship, aka “Loretta Lynn’s,” certain wisdom might point towards not changing a good thing. But change is good. And in Cobra Moto’s case, change is even lighter, faster, stronger and more reliable.

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Cobra Moto has announced its 2018  competition minicycle line, based on All-American supply chain sources and U.S.-made parts from fender-to-fender, says the company.

For 2018, the CX50P3 and CX50JR Cobras received a ton of refinements. All Cobra 50s now come equipped with purpose-built and designed minicycle brakes. Other new features include lightweight wheels, billet triple clamps with adjustable bar mounts and Dunlop Geomax MX3S intermediate-terrain tires.

“The challenge each year at Cobra is, quite literally, to improve upon what’s already winning,” said Sean Hilbert, president of Cobra Moto. “For 2018 we believe we’ve done that, with an array of improvements and industry partnerships that we’re confident will keep the Cobra Moto brand again atop local, regional and national amateur motocross podiums.”

Cobra Moto has partnered with Bel-Ray, SKF, CARD, Dunlop, Coker Pump, Answer/Pro Taper and Roost MX to help create their minicycles.

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