Kenda to Back Chidester Transport Racing, Jacob Argubright

Chidester Transport Racing rider Jacob Argubright will compete aboard Kenda tires in the AMA National Hare & Hound and Best in th Desert racing series.

The following is from Kenda, regarding its support of the Chidester Transport Racing team and rider Jacob Argubright:

Jacob Argubright will use Kenda tires on his Chidester Transport Racing-backed machine in 2018.
Jacob Argubright is ready to defend his Best in the Desert Championship title rolling on Kenda tires!

Argubright and Chidester Transport Racing is taking things to the next level this season, and Kenda will be adding traction to their season.

“As we take our program to the next level, we are thrilled to have Jacob onboard for 2018. His potential is limitless, and I am confident our future together will be bright.” said Chidester CEO, Dallas Chidester.

The team will focus primarily on the AMA National Hare & Hound Championship. Argubright will compete with the intention of claiming his first-ever Overall series title. Additionally, in an effort to establish himself as a potential Dakar Rally participant for 2019, Argubright will also compete in the Best
in the Desert endurance series, as well as select international rally events.

Kenda is excited about the upcoming racing season and knows the partnership with Chidester Transport Racing will bring out the best in team performance and land riders on the podium!

Since it was founded in 1962, Kenda has operated under the core values of honesty, iInnovation, quality, and customer service. Over the years, Kenda has continued to develop and expand its product offering to meet changing market demands. Today, the company is one of the world’s leading tire and tube manufacturers for automotive, motorcycle, ATV, bicycle, wheelchair, golf cart, lawn care equipment, trailer, skid loader, and agricultural vehicles. With factories all over the world, it is able to provide quality products to suit a wide variety of applications.

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