KTM’S Orange Brigade and Junior Racing Programs Announce Partnership With Pinnacle Nutrition Group

Press Release | May 24, 2019

KTM Orange Brigade “A class” riders have the option to pit out of the PNG semi at the major amateur nationals

This is a press release from KTM Motorsports…

Murrieta, CA (May 24, 2019) – KTM Motorsports proudly announces a multi-year partnership with Pinnacle Nutrition Group (PNG) to support the KTM Junior Racing and Orange Brigade programs. PNG will provide support to KTM’s youth-based racing programs in the way of Gluten Free and Vegan nutritional products and guidance.

KTM’S Orange Brigade and Junior racing Programs Announce Partnership With Pinnacle Nutrition Group
KTM’S Orange Brigade and Junior racing Programs Announce Partnership With Pinnacle Nutrition Group

Mike Sleeter, PNG Marketing Director: “Being able to support the KTM Junior Racing and Orange Brigade programs is something we are very proud of. When developing our Hydration Refined and Refuel Gel, it was very important to us that the product line could be used by kids. Our team has deep roots in the motocross industry and we look forward to working with KTM and their athletes.”

Nate Ramsey, KTM Orange Brigade Team Manager: “Having a brand like PNG with a product line that supports the youth and the sport’s elite athletes will help ensure that our riders have the proper tools to succeed early in their racing careers. We believe that this additional support gives our KTM programs the all-encompassing package we’ve been looking for.”

As an added incentive, KTM Orange Brigade “A class” riders have the option to pit out of the PNG semi at the major amateur nationals, giving the aspiring athletes an opportunity to feel like they are a part of a factory race team in their final step before turning pro.

For more information on the Pinnacle Nutrition Group product line, please visit the PNG website at www.pinnaclenutritiongroup.com. For more information on KTM, visit www.ktm.com/us.

 

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