New Cobra 2013 product reveal video drops online
October 08, 2012
The following is an industry press release...
HILLSDALE, Mich., (Oct. 8, 2012) – For the very first time in Cobra Moto’s storied history the reveal of the upcoming product line is captured in stunning full-color HD video, showcasing the newly redesigned Loretta’s-winning Cobra CX65 from top-to-bottom for Cobra customers and retailers alike.
Narrated by Cobra Moto President Sean Hilbert and photographed and edited by Matt Wozney of MXPTV.com (Moto Xposure TV), the new Cobra Moto 2013 reveal video covers the newly designed CX65’s American made and industry-leading front forks, custom wheels, twin spar tubular frame, extended swing arm and improved suspension, high output 65cc engine and braking that allows junior racers to stop on a dime.
“Cobra Moto is pumped to ratchet up the launch of our 2013 line to include, for the very first time, video of the new bikes and components – plus putting them all in action,” said Hilbert. “Matt Wozney did a great job pulling this all together at Loretta’s and we’re confident the MX industry is going to like what they see in the new Cobra bikes for 2013.”
Filmed entirely at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn. during the 2012 Red Bull Amateur National Motocross Championship, presented by AMSOIL, Cobra Moto’s 2013 reveal video features clips from the historic ride of Utah’s Pierce Brown to the first-ever 65cc Loretta’s title won on an America made dirt bike. The reveal video also features California’s Ryder Di Francesco, who became the first-ever racer to win back-to-back 51cc (4-6) AMA 1 class title since the class’ inception in 1997. Di Francesco, racing the Cobra JR50, flat out dominated his class, going 1st/1st/1st in the three moto overall format. 2013 Cobra reveal footage also includes 51cc 7-8 AMA 2 class champ Jaiden Taylor (Michigan), Georgia’s Gage Linville and California’s Jett Reynolds.
To view the 2013 Cobra Moto reveal video, hit up Cobra Moto’s YouTube page at:
Up next for Cobra: 41st annual Thor Winter National Olympics, presented by Pro Circuit, Gatorback Cycle Park, Gainesville, Fla. (Nov. 19-24).
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