Barry Hawk, seven-time GNCC ATV Champion and 2003 GNCC Bike Champion
Jason Raines, five-time AMA Hare Scrambles Champion
Thad Duvall, 2008 GNCC XC2 Champion
Joe Scherer, 2008 GNCC Open A Class and Endurocross Night Race Champion
Kyle Redmond, two-time top American at the infamous Erzberg Rodeo
Ryan Belue, 2008 4-Stroke B-Lites Champion."We're very excited about Am-Pro Yamaha becoming part of the Kenda family. The team has a great deal of respect in the industry and has a proven track record of winning championships. Am-Pro will be an integral part of Kenda's on-going product development process and we're looking forward to many years of mutual success," commented Gus Niewenhous of Kenda Tire.The Factory Yamaha AM-Pro riders will compete in some of the toughest off-road competitions in the world and will be battling for championships on high-performance Kenda tires. The variety of terrain and surfaces will be unrivaled and will prove to be the ultimate testing grounds for future off-road tire development."Kenda has put a lot of excitement into Am-Pro's team riders. They've been developing great product, exciting new ideas, and a strong commitment to building the best off-road tires available. We're looking forward to a long-lasting relationship with Kenda as they continue to move forward," stated Randy Hawkins Am-Pro Team Manager.About Kenda Tire
Kenda Tire has been serving the power sports industry since 1962. The company continues to make great strides in product development, all while maintaining a price niche that works for today's economy. The Kenda USA research and design teams, based in Columbus, Ohio continuously study market demands and engineering data to produce superior, high-quality products. In addition to Motorcycle and ATV, Kenda produces an extensive line of tires for Automotive, Trailer, Bicycle, Industrial and Lawn & Garden applications. Additional information about Kenda Tires can be found at Kendausa.com.