Team KYMCO USA Project K-Pipe endured and impressed at the UMRA (United Mini Racing Association) 24-Hour Endurance Race at Grange Motor Circuit, running smooth and happy to the very end, logging in around 1000 dusty desert laps on the .8-mile paved road racing track.
In this 24-Hour race of mini motorcycles, that began at noon on September 10, Team KYMCO USA Project K-Pipe glued a new page to record books by being the first official KYMCO team competing in this grueling test of endurance, reliability, and all types of luck. Finishing 13th overall and seventh in the Formula 5 class, this historic record has been fairly well confirmed.
Facing a field of fast riders from tweener girls to three generations of moto-journalists, Team KYMCO USA Project K-Pipe endured four incidents on its long way around the clock. In those incidents, riders and the K-Pipe parted ways mid-lap sometimes due to competitors who were more zealous than discrete, and sometimes due to operator error. But each time, the riders remounted the K-Pipe.
KYMCO USA congratulates Team KYMCO USA Project K-Pipe team captain Peter Kimmanee, and riders Sean Alexander, Lance Hashida, Saul Martinez, Bill Oney, John Ryti, Troy Siahaan, and Carlos Verdenelli, on their outstanding performance.
Team KYMCO USA Project K-Pipe ran the entire race on one set of Bridgestone Racing Slicks. Other Project K-Pipe performance features included: Cogent Dynamics rear shock, Viets Performance built brake line, those tires provided by Temecula Motorcycle Service, SBS brake pads, ProTapper handlebars, WPS handguards, DID chain, main jet, pilot jet, JT 39-tooth rear sprocket. The K-Pipe 125, like all KYMCO two-wheel offerings, has a Two-Year Factory Warranty. Customizing accessories will be available this fall.