Both machines have a 72 in. wheel base, riding on 14 in. aluminum rims covered in 26 in. CST tires.
CST is again expanding its presence in the world of ATV, motorcycle and side-by-side racing by adding to its already generous sponsorship program in 2019.
CST’s sponsored riders Beau Baron and Brycen Neal are ready for the Pont de Vaux Maxxis Mondial du Quad, or Maxxis 12-Hour PVD Racing Endurance Moto.
CST designed the Lobo tire for the rider who wants to cruise down the road or rip through desert-like terrain.
Whether you’re a desert rider, rocky hill climber or rolling in hard pack or soft terrain, CST’s Stag tire is the “do-it-all” tire for UTVs.
Baron is one of CST Tires’ primary Brand Ambassadors. Not only does he race in multiple classes, but he is the only rider who races moto, ATV and SxS.
For the SxS explorer who needs a tire that fits all riding conditions including desert, intermediate, soft and mud riding, the CST Dingo is the perfect fit.
In 2018, McGill has been working hard on the GNCC Racing circuit since February, ranking in the top of his class in multiple rounds.
Developed in cooperation with CST and professional ATV racer Adam McGill, the tire was built with durability and performance in mind.
CST is going full-throttle with its first-ever contingency program, offering generous cash prizes for winners and podium finishers in AMSOIL GNCC Racing, WORCS, the ATV MX National Championships and the AMA District 37 Big6 Grand Prix Series.
The WORCS Pro Series is brutal in the UTV classes. The tracks are tough, the competition is even tougher and the tires not only need to hold up but they need to perform at the highest level to make it to the finish line.
Last week we went “behind the brand” to give you a bit of a history lesson on CST Tires. Starting this week, we’ll be introducing some of the people involved with CST Tires.