FLY Racing announced a two-year KTM Canada Red Bull Race Team sponsorship ahead of the 2023 Triple Crown Series, Canada’s premier motocross racing series.
FLY Racing will be the exclusive helmet and apparel provider to the dynamic three-rider team consisting of two-time 250 pro class champion Jess Pettis, who will be racing the premier 450 class, defending 250 Pro class champion Ryder McNabb, and returning sports veteran after a five-year hiatus, Kaven Benoit.
“I am very excited about this new multi-year partnership with FLY Racing,” said Mathieu Deroy, race team manager of KTM Canada Red Bull. “KTM and FLY share the same vision of growing the sport of motocross from amateur through pro racing. With our new motorcycle models, a fresh look and great athletes, 2023 is set to be a successful season.”
The team will compete in the 12-round Triple Crown Series beginning Sunday, June 3, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The FLY Racing-backed KTM Canada Red Bull Race Team will rep FLY Racing’s premier Formula Carbon helmet and latest Evolution and Lite racewear lines.
“I’m really stoked to be working with FLY. The gear is awesome, and we’ll look fresh all season,” said Jess Pettis, KTM Canada Red Bull Race Team 450 Rider. “I’m feeling really healthy and can’t wait to go racing.”
“This partnership supports FLY Racing’s strategy to support athletes of all levels worldwide with state-of-the-art motorcycle riding apparel and industry-leading safety equipment,” said Dalton Braun, sports marketing manager at Western Power Sports.