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Record-Setting Year for Cobra Moto

From Daytona Beach to the Mini Os, with a class-sweeping effort at Loretta’s in between, 2016 goes into the books as one of the best competition years in Cobra Moto history.

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From Daytona Beach to the Mini Os, with a class-sweeping effort at Loretta’s in between, 2016 goes into the books as one of the best competition years in Cobra Moto history. This, along with a record sales year that speaks volumes on the popularity of competition motocross racing with today’s youth, and the American-made competition mini cycle pulls the holeshot on what’s going to be a spectacular 2017.

In all, Cobra Moto racers swept seven of the nine possible podium spots @ Loretta’s, 13 of 15 possible top five spots and 22 of 30 top 10 spots.

Much of Cobra’s success on the track can be attributed to design and engineering milestones achieved in 2016. The new Factory Works Edition 50s gave Cobra kids an advantage like no other bikes in the class, as did the newly re-engineered CX50P3.

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“Thanks again to the legions of Cobra Moto kids and their families for believing in the Cobra Moto line of bikes – and working hard to generate all these amazing results in 2016,” said Cobra Moto President Sean Hilbert. “Everyone at the Cobra Moto factory knows that their hard work on the weekdays, coupled with your hard work with practice, has a direct effect on race day results.

 

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