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3 weeks ago

G2 Ergonomics

G2 Sponsored Landon Wolfe wins again at Round 8 of the GNCC series in Snowshoe, West Virginia. "This race is known to be one of the toughest races of the year and it normally never disappoints. We had perfect weather almost all weekend which is very rare for Snowshoe but it made for fairly good conditions. I jumped off to another good start grabbing the holeshot on the paved road start. There was an incredible amount of water on the track which is typical but I picked my way through the first lap gently to prevent any mistakes. After the first lap I kicked it up a notch and got myself a comfy lead by the end of the second lap which is when I pulled in for fuel and a fresh set of goggles. After my pit I was able to run a smooth race and maintain my lead the entire time to bring home another win for the year and to continue to extend my points lead. We only have one more race before summer so we are preparing our best to head into break on a good note. G2 is proud to be the handguard and throttle of choice for Landon! ... See MoreSee Less

G2 Sponsored Landon Wolfe wins again at Round 8 of the GNCC series in Snowshoe, West Virginia. This race is known to be one of the toughest races of the year and it normally never disappoints. We had perfect weather almost all weekend which is very rare for Snowshoe but it made for fairly good conditions. I jumped off to another good start grabbing the holeshot on the paved road start. There was an incredible amount of water on the track which is typical but I picked my way through the first lap gently to prevent any mistakes. After the first lap I kicked it up a notch and got myself a comfy lead by the end of the second lap which is when I pulled in for fuel and a fresh set of goggles. After my pit I was able to run a smooth race and maintain my lead the entire time to bring home another win for the year and to continue to extend my points lead. We only have one more race before summer so we are preparing our best to head into break on a good note.  G2 is proud to be the handguard and throttle of choice for Landon!

1 month ago

G2 Ergonomics

G2 Racers Take Top EIGHT Overall at Cherokee National Enduro!! Each of these top pros know the benefits of the progressive rate G2 throttle! Nowhere is it more apparent than the slippery Georgia clay!1st Steward Baylor (KTM)2nd Grant Baylor (KTM)3rd Cody Barnes (Bet)4th Liam Draper (KTM)5th Evan Smith (Hus)6th Cory Buttrick (Hus)7th Thorn Devlin (GG)8th Mike Witkowski (Bet) ... See MoreSee Less

G2 Racers Take Top EIGHT Overall at Cherokee National Enduro!!  Each of these top pros know the benefits of the progressive rate G2 throttle!  Nowhere is it more apparent than the slippery Georgia clay!1st   Steward Baylor (KTM)
2nd  Grant Baylor (KTM)
3rd   Cody Barnes (Bet)
4th   Liam Draper (KTM)
5th   Evan Smith (Hus)
6th   Cory Buttrick (Hus)
7th   Thorn Devlin (GG)
8th   Mike Witkowski (Bet)

1 month ago

G2 Ergonomics

G2/Beta USA BARNES TAKES 3RD OVERALL AT ROUND 4 OF THE NATIONAL ENDURO SERIESCody Barnes had another stellar performance finishing 3rd on the overall podium and 1st in the Pro 2 class. Barnes is currently in 2nd place in the series points standings."Saturday it rained a lot and it was calling for it all day Sunday. While heading to the first test of the day the rain began to come down off and on all day. I had a good first and second test and was only a little time down on the 1st one. In the 3rd test of the day, I had a pretty good get off on a pretty fast off camber down hill that cost me a lot of time. Going into the last 3 tests of the day I knew I had to ride smooth and fast if I wanted to be there at the end. I was able to win the last two test and take the win in the Pro 2 class and take 3rd overall! My Beta 250 RR was handling the slick dirt awesome and ran like a champ even with all the water on the track!" ... See MoreSee Less

G2/Beta USA BARNES TAKES 3RD OVERALL
AT ROUND 4 OF THE NATIONAL ENDURO SERIES
Cody Barnes had another stellar performance finishing 3rd on the overall podium and 1st in the Pro 2 class. Barnes is currently in 2nd place in the series points standings.
Saturday it rained a lot and it was calling for it all day Sunday. While heading to the first test of the day the rain began to come down off and on all day. I had a good first and second test and was only a little time down on the 1st one. In the 3rd test of the day, I had a pretty good get off on a pretty fast off camber down hill that cost me a lot of time. Going into the last 3 tests of the day I knew I had to ride smooth and fast if I wanted to be there at the end. I was able to win the last two test and take the win in the Pro 2 class and take 3rd overall! My Beta 250 RR was handling the slick dirt awesome and ran like a champ even with all the water on the track!

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G2 to the rescue ! Good job!

Nice ride !! Congrats 👍🏽👍🏽

Hell yeah kid! Proud of you!!! Sounds like you're having an amazing year! Keep it up kid 😁 and although we miss you at home raced we cheering you on no matter where you go

Way to go Cody

Nice ride Cody Barnes!!

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1 month ago

G2 Ergonomics

BOBBY FONG AND SEAN DYLAN KELLY FINISH 1-2 IN SUPERSPORT ON SUNDAY AT ROAD AMERICA! Domino Racing sponsored Team Hammer scored a spectacular 1-2 in Sunday's MotoAmerica Supersport race at Road America and also earned second place in the Twins Cup race.M4 ECSTAR Suzuki teammates Bobby Fong and Sean Dylan Kelly monopolized the lead, with nobody else managing to get to the front of the thrilling 11-lap Supersport race.Fong and Kelly swapped the first two positions back and forth for the opening half of the race. At that point, Fong moved to control the pace at the front while Kelly hung back in third in the close, three-rider shootout for the win.Fong never put a wheel wrong despite heavy pressure from behind. He took full advantage of his Suzuki GSX-R600's outstanding acceleration and top speed to hold his position on the four-mile circuit's long straightaways. Fong earned the checkered flag with 0.357-second to spare.Kelly struck on the race's final lap, putting himself in position for a last-gasp sting in the sprint to the flag. The 17-year-old turned the quickest lap of the race (2:19.041) on the last lap, with an ideal launch out of the final corner. He then slipstreamed past an opponent to steal second at the line by a 0.022-second.The win was Fong's second of the season. "I'm excited to be up on top of the box," Fong said. "It was a great battle. I was just trying to hit my marks and run a smooth race. It's been a hard few races for me with the crashes last time. I'm so thankful to be up front; we need the points for the championship. I've never won a championship before but I have the right team behind me to do it this year. I'm just going to keep plugging away."Kelly said, "I tried to work with Bobby in the beginning. We actually did a pretty good job pulling away so there wasn't a big group like yesterday. I decided to save my tires because that's something I messed up yesterday. It worked out. I had a little bit extra on that last lap. It wasn't enough to reach Bobby. He did a really good job and he was very consistent, but it was enough to get the fastest lap, which is important to me as I continue to make steps forward."Up-and-coming Canadian Alex Dumas impressed throughout the Twins Cup race on the Roadracing World Young Guns Suzuki SV650. After claiming a grid spot on the inside of Row 2 in the morning's qualifying session, Dumas traded positions back and forth in the multi-rider fight.Dumas utilized late-braking heroics in Turn 5 and Canada Corner to secure his runner-up finish on the race's final lap, just 0.319-second off the win."I hoped to be up there with the guys," Dumas said, "I wasn't too bad in qualifying, so I expected to fight for the podium. I really had fun battling with all those guys. It's my first podium this year, and I'm ready to get more at the upcoming races."Both riders use Domino XM2 Throttle Systems with Domino MotoGP Grips! ... See MoreSee Less

BOBBY FONG AND SEAN DYLAN KELLY FINISH 1-2 IN SUPERSPORT ON SUNDAY AT ROAD AMERICA!
Domino Racing sponsored Team Hammer scored a spectacular 1-2 in Sundays MotoAmerica Supersport race at Road America and also earned second place in the Twins Cup race.M4 ECSTAR Suzuki teammates Bobby Fong and Sean Dylan Kelly monopolized the lead, with nobody else managing to get to the front of the thrilling 11-lap Supersport race.Fong and Kelly swapped the first two positions back and forth for the opening half of the race. At that point, Fong moved to control the pace at the front while Kelly hung back in third in the close, three-rider shootout for the win.Fong never put a wheel wrong despite heavy pressure from behind. He took full advantage of his Suzuki GSX-R600s outstanding acceleration and top speed to hold his position on the four-mile circuits long straightaways. Fong earned the checkered flag with 0.357-second to spare.Kelly struck on the races final lap, putting himself in position for a last-gasp sting in the sprint to the flag. The 17-year-old turned the quickest lap of the race (2:19.041) on the last lap, with an ideal launch out of the final corner. He then slipstreamed past an opponent to steal second at the line by a 0.022-second.The win was Fongs second of the season. Im excited to be up on top of the box, Fong said. It was a great battle. I was just trying to hit my marks and run a smooth race. Its been a hard few races for me with the crashes last time. Im so thankful to be up front; we need the points for the championship. Ive never won a championship before but I have the right team behind me to do it this year. Im just going to keep plugging away.Kelly said, I tried to work with Bobby in the beginning. We actually did a pretty good job pulling away so there wasnt a big group like yesterday. I decided to save my tires because thats something I messed up yesterday. It worked out. I had a little bit extra on that last lap. It wasnt enough to reach Bobby. He did a really good job and he was very consistent, but it was enough to get the fastest lap, which is important to me as I continue to make steps forward.Up-and-coming Canadian Alex Dumas impressed throughout the Twins Cup race on the Roadracing World Young Guns Suzuki SV650. After claiming a grid spot on the inside of Row 2 in the mornings qualifying session, Dumas traded positions back and forth in the multi-rider fight.Dumas utilized late-braking heroics in Turn 5 and Canada Corner to secure his runner-up finish on the races final lap, just 0.319-second off the win.I hoped to be up there with the guys, Dumas said, I wasnt too bad in qualifying, so I expected to fight for the podium. I really had fun battling with all those guys. Its my first podium this year, and Im ready to get more at the upcoming races.Both riders use Domino XM2 Throttle Systems with Domino MotoGP Grips!

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You forgot P2 in the twins cup!

Id ;ike advice on a G2 Tamer for my 2017 Beta rr thanks :-)

1 month ago

G2 Ergonomics

G2 Throttle Equipped Cameron Beaubier Closes Points Gap in MotoAmerica Superbike Championship at Road America!!Cameron Beaubier scored a pair of seconds this weekend at Road America to help close the points gap on the MotoAmerica Superbike Championship leader to just nine points. His teammate Garrett Gerloff crossed the line behind him in both races, making it the fourth double podium this season. G2 Ergonomics is proud to be the Official Throttle Tube for the Monster Energy Yamalube Yamaha Factory Racing Team. Although we never share the throttle cams used by the team, we can assure you it's available to you! Need it quicker?? A bit more control??? Just give us a call or email and let us know what we can do to improve your throttle action! ... See MoreSee Less

G2 Throttle Equipped Cameron Beaubier Closes Points Gap in MotoAmerica Superbike Championship at Road America!!
Cameron Beaubier scored a pair of seconds this weekend at Road America to help close the points gap on the MotoAmerica Superbike Championship leader to just nine points. His teammate Garrett Gerloff crossed the line behind him in both races, making it the fourth double podium this season.  G2 Ergonomics is proud to be the Official Throttle Tube for the Monster Energy Yamalube Yamaha Factory Racing Team.  Although we never share the throttle cams used by the team, we can assure you its available to you!  Need it quicker??  A bit more control??? Just give us a call or email and let us know what we can do to improve your throttle action!
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