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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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      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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        Robbie Malinoski

        Robbie Malinoski has officially announced his retirement as a snocross racer.

        Malinoski’s journey started in 2001 when he followed the path of fellow Canadian and mentor Blair Morgan to a life on the road with the World Snowmobile Association, taking part in his first race in Fargo, ND.

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          Christian Brothers Racing Geneva

          Nestled in the Southeastern corner of Wisconsin, Lake Geneva has played host to the final National snocross event of the season for over a decade and a half. Carved into the ski slopes of Grand Geneva Resort, the ISOC Grand Finale track was one of the longest and most challenging of the season, boasting features the riders don’t even see at the Winter X Games including three uphill and downhill runs.

          DOC360/DRIFT Racing/Troy Lee Designs/Arctic Cat rider Logan Christian posted strong performances Saturday and Sunday at Lake Geneva, placing sixth and eighth respectively. This came after a tough Friday where Christian missed making the final by one position. Final season points tally put Christian in sixth place overall in the premier Pro Open class.

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            Corin Todd Pro Lite Champion

            It came down to the last race of the last day of the season, but Corin Todd swept his qualifying rounds and finished on the podium in third place to secure his first Pro Lite national championship.

            Todd held a 10-point advantage coming into the weekend and was leading Saturday night’s main event on his AMSOIL Polaris, but a crash on the rugged front straight relegated him to the back of the pack where he would ultimately finish ninth.

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