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Tuesday 23 January 2024

Lyndall Brakes

Lyndall Brakes to Sponsor King Of The Baggers in 2024

Texas based Lyndall Racing Brakes has been announced as an official partner of the MotoAmerica King Of The Baggers championship series in 2024.

"Being an official partner of the 2024 MotoAmerica/King Of The Baggers season is an honor," said Paul Kittrell, CEO of Lyndall Brakes. "The track has always been our theatre of validation, and this partnership reflects our dedication to research and development in high-performance braking."

Family owned and operated since 1998, Lyndall Brakes has been innovating high energy braking systems for V-twin motorcycles, recently branching into the UTV/ATV market as well. Lyndall doesn't just specialize in brakes as it offers a range of aftermarket performance products for Harley-Davidsons, Indians and Polaris, including wheels, rotors, chain kits, conversion kits, titanium fasteners, and more - all "reflecting the company's unwavering commitment to quality craftsmanship and customer service."

Paul says that Lyndall is the only brake company in the motorcycle industry that offers a lifetime guarantee on its rotors when used in conjunction with Lyndall brake pads.

"We're pumped to have Lyndall Brakes onboard as an official partner for the coming season," said Lance Bryson, MotoAmerica's Director of Sponsorship. "Lyndall Brakes has been making quality products for over 25 years and they really like what they've seen with our Mission King Of The Baggers and also our Mission Super Hooligan National Championship class. 

"There are two important elements to racing, horsepower and brakes, and Lyndall takes care of the braking part." MotoAmerica will be celebrating its first decade in 2024 since being established to mastermind a return to prominence for the AMA Superbike Championship, and develop additional classes, under the auspices of race legend Wayne Rainey and the Krave Group, in which he is a partner. KOTB was established as an AMA sanctioned series under the MotoAmerica/Krave Group umbrella in 2021.