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    509 Altitude Helmet Black Fire with Breath Box

    When designers got to work on the new Altitude helmet, 509 says they had four ideals in mind: safety, performance, fit and style.

    Featuring a dual density interlocking EPS foam liner, 509 says the Altitude helmet provides top crash protection and is certified to meet or exceed DOT and ECE 2205 safety standards. These standards were achieved by the use of a lightweight thermoplastic poly alloy shell. To protect the rider from a front impact, the Altitude uses an expanded polyurethane insert in the chin area.

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      Drift Girl Snowmobile Jacket

      Drift Racing has introduced a new snowmobile jacket for women – the Drift Girl jacket

      Made from soft nylon with 200 grams of 3M Thinsulate Insulation, the jacket features a zippered pocket on the sleeve, phone/MP3 pocket with tangle-free neck cord system, two zippered hand warmer pockets, elastic cuffs with adjustable straps, and fleece-lined neck

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        BRP UTC Donation

        BRP has donated 10 Ski-Doo snowmobiles from its production testing fleet to United Technologies Center (UTC) in Bangor, Maine to help train future technicians and engineers.

        According to BRP, the donation continues a longstanding relationship between BRP and UTC that has continued to sustain and supply future workers in the powersports field at all levels.

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          WASPcam Gideon

          Just a year old, the WASPcam brand of action cameras offer consumers multiple options with features other action camera brands don’t have.

          While the top end WASPcam has familiar specs (1080p60, 16MP photo, WiFi, waterproof), WASPcam also offers wireless wrist remotes and built-in live viewing displays.

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            John Stenberg Action

            Warnert Racing has announced the signing of two-time Swedish Pro Lite Champion John Stenberg. The 25-year-old Stenberg, of Lofsdalen, Sweden will be joining countryman Johan Lidman on the team while making his debut in the Pro Open class in 2014-15.

            Stenberg finished seventh in the Pro Lite class in 2012 and was Ski-Doo’s top rider in the division last season when he finished eighth, collecting two podiums and a number of top-five finishes while racing for Team Bauerly.

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