The MX season is now over, it’s been a busy summer here to say the least. The days are definitely getting shorter and the sunny above zero days are now limited. Some of the boys and girls are still riding and I imagine they will ride right up to the white stuff. At the end of it all, our riders finished with 4 provincial championships.
I’m looking forward to this winter! I’m been told by a little birdie this is going to be a mild winter and that we will have lots of snow. Whether it’s the farmers almanac or the little critters packing more or the the trees telling us. I hope everyone is prepared for a great winter. We definitely need it. Believe it or not everyone benefits from the winter season. The downhill skiers, skinny skiers, snowbikes and snowmobiliers, hotels and restaurants all depend on snow. Heck even the bread man needs snow for business.
As always I’m working together with ZBROZ racing. It’s awesome to create cool products and shock absorbers. Of course all products are built in USA using raw materials from the North America too. Our passion is making a stock component better. Whether it’s a shock absorber, suspension component or a chassis reinforcement. All products are field tested by experts in that discipline and climate!
I say thankyou to my customers sharing what they neh Sayers are saying. Social responsibility is the phrase I like to use. I simply don’t have time to argue with comments that aren’t applicable to the engineered design of products. I suggest to sit back change your mindset to the glass is half full. Trust us! We have made many different specs and bench test data is proven as mentioned all products are field tested.
Anyways hopefully this winter goes as planned! Our boys are excited to try out the snowhawk we just picked up. Alain Boivin makes a unique product that I do appreciate. These are rare item to find, or first world problem is that now we have to find another. Lol.
Stay tuned for Black Friday deals.!!! You too Bill Beavers!
“Quality in a service or product is not what you put into it. It is what the client or customer gets out of it.” ~Peter Drucker