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Rekluse Motor Sports Announces Sponsorship of Heartland Challenge ATV/UTV Endurance Race

Boise, ID - (10/29/2008) -Rekluse Motor Sports today announced a sponsorship package for the 2008 Heartland Challenge ATV/UTV Endurance race to be held November 7-8 in Carlisle, IA. The recent success of Rekluse ATV racers such as Donald Ockerman (GNCC XC2 champion), Bryan Cook (4th overall GNCC XC1 Pro), and Bryan Hulsey (OMA Pro ATV Champion) makes the Heartland Challenge/Rekluse partnership a natural one.

Rekluse will be the 2008 Class Sponsor of the +40 class and will donate the following prizes:
• 1st place: 1 free clutch + (2) 50% off certificates
• 2nd place: (3) 30% off certificates
• 3rd place: (3) 25% off certificates

"We have worked very closely with ATV riders on both sides of the country, so providing support for the Heartland Challenge Endurance Race is definitely an excellent fit for Rekluse and the z-Start Pro Clutch," states Patrick Koether, Rekluse sponsorship manager. "This is going to be an excellent event and will push all participants to dig deep in order to succeed, and the benefits of the z-Start Pro may just be the extra advantage needed to finish first!"

The Rekluse z-Start Clutch is protected under US Patent Number 6957730 B1.

About Rekluse Motor Sports:
Rekluse Motor Sports delivers unique and innovative products for the motorcycle and ATV industry with a focus on performance engineering and exceptional customer service. Founded in 2002 in Boise, Idaho, Rekluse Motor Sports utilizes a passion for riding to promote extensive testing and further innovation for the motorcycle industry. More information about Rekluse Motor Sports and current Rekluse products can be found at
110 East 43RD Street
Boise, Idaho 83714
Toll Free: 866-Rekluse

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