Sunstar Partners with Ryan Kerr Racing for 2012 AMA Pro Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport Season

NEWS March 8, 2012


Sunstar Partners with Ryan Kerr Racing for 2012 AMA Pro Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport Season

Photo by Brian J. Nelson

Release Courtesy of Ryan Kerr Racing

Johnstown, Ohio (March 8, 2012) - AMA Pro Motorcycle Superstore.com SuperSport rider Ryan Kerr is pleased to announce his partnership with Sunstar for the 2012 Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport season. Kerr explains, “I am thrilled for the assistance that Sunstar will be providing me this season. Sunstar’s reputation of providing top performance, long lasting products is a great addition to the Ryan Kerr Racing Team. ”

Mr. Mike Ivers, Sunstar, expresses his excitement to be working along with such a talented young rider. “Sunstar is excited to have someone that’s proven to be competitive in the Supersport class already on board running our chains & sprockets this season. Sunstar has offered sprockets for road racing for quite a few years and just added the chain to our product line this past season- we look forward to increasing our brand presence in the road racing community in 2012!”

Sunstar prides itself on providing the highest quality, best performing products possible focusing on durability, yet maintaining an affordable price. Sunstar is listed on the AMA Pro Road Racing Eligible Equipment list for the 2012 season.

Ryan Kerr and the Ryan Kerr Racing team continue to make preparations for the 2012 season and anxiously await the first event at Daytona Motor Speedway March 15 – 17. Kerr states, “I am confident that the addition of Sunstar sprockets and chains to my Kawasaki machine will give me a true advantage and offer me a smooth and efficient ride as I reach my ultimate finish. I am confident that you will see me as a top competitor this season.”


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