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Bryan Bosch

IRVINE, CA – July 29, 2015 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – As always, ANSR has the holeshot! Well in advance of the 2016 riding season, the complete Answer Racing collection has been released. Combining 40 years of know-how with cutting edge styling results in industry-leading apparel from one of the oldest names in the business. “The new 2016 ANSR line was designed and developed for the true motocross racer,” says Brand Manager Randy Valade.




“Going with the Good, Better, Best strategy we have three levels of apparel this year: Syncron, Elite and Alpha,” he adds. “Augmenting the three full product lines is our new Altron universal jersey and gloves.” ANSR’s Syncron gear offers top-shelf features at a good price. “Historically some of our top pros have worn Syncron gear, because of its light weight and the fact that it feels so good,” claims Valade. It looks pretty good too with updated graphics and new colorways for 2016.


Elite is a cut above the Syncron range. “The Elite line was designed to be the perfect blend of top line fit and function at a mid-level price,” he explains. Genuine leather inner knee panels, moisture wicking materials and an upgraded ratcheting buckle/adjustable waistband elevate the Elite line without breaking the bank.


At the top of the pack is ANSR’s Alpha range. “The Alpha line was designed with the true motocross racer in mind,” says Valade. “It features a combination of premium fabrics, lightweight construction and multiple ventilation panels when compromise is not an option. We are racers… we get it!”


There are also three levels of helmets to match the apparel lines, including the new Evolve 3 MIPS model. Short for Multi-directional Impact Protection System, MIPS was developed by brain surgeons and scientists to reduce the rotational forces on the brain caused by angled impacts to the head. “Safety is key with all of our helmets and the Evolve 3 MIPS passes two of the toughest safety standards in the world. Simply put, the MIPS system utilized in our Evolve helmet is the most advanced safety technology available,” Valade states.




“The team here at ANSR have really outdone themselves this season to give the rider a wide variety of features and color combinations,” concludes Valade. “Look for our riders to debut the new lines at the remaining rounds of the Outdoor nationals.” Top pros getting the holeshot in their new 2016 ANSR gear include Jeremy Martin, Cooper Webb and Aaron Plessinger from the Star Racing Yamaha team.


Get a jump on the pack with a sneak preview of the entire range here: http://www.flipsnack.com/ansrmx/2016-ansr-motocross-apparel-catalog.html


Answer Racing started in 1976 with the goal to provide hardcore motocross enthusiasts with products they could trust. Fast forward 40 years and Answer Racing has not lost sight of the original vision. Whether you are a diehard racer or a weekend warrior, we’ve got you covered. At Answer Racing, we engineer our gear not only for superior protection, but also for a comfortable fit, because with 39 years of extreme moto experience behind us, we know what it takes to win races and look good doing it. Answer Racing is distributed through Tucker Rocky with a continued focus on producing quality products to satisfy our thousands of loyal dealers and customers.



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