Sponsored Riders

We would like to introduce our sponsored riders: 
 
We like to present Max Flinders from UK and Slidell, LA who is a Moto-America Superbike 1000 rider who placed 7th in the Bazzaz Superstock 1000 class  (2017). He has been dominating the Moto-America circuit, placing in the top 10 in the 2020 races. We are proud to be one of his sponsors and get to watch him ride. 

Bio:
Max started competing nationally in 2004 on the Grass Track Circuits of the UK. He won several regional championships and captured 3 national title s in 2006 & 2007 .

In 2008, Max moved to the US with his family with the dream of road racing with the AM A, at age 12 Max’s first national championship was onboard a Moriwaki MD250H where he finished 7th. In 2010 Max advanced to 4th place and took 8th in the GP125 class. 2011, the Team expanded to two machines and competed in the Moriwaki cup, Moto3 as well as the GP250 class. Max took the victory t o win his first U.S. national title in the GP250 class and two very close second places in the other two classes .

At 16 year s of age he joined the AMA pro ranks and had his first ever 600 race at Daytona onboard the Friendly Power Sport Yamaha R6. Two seasons on the privately funded R6 was followed by guest rides on a range of machinery w h ere Max finished the season off on a high with great results and podiums on a wide range of machinery including Harley Davison, Buell, Kawasaki , Ducati and Triumph machines . 

These rides led to an offer to race a Super stock EBR 1190RX with the new Moto America series from a local Louisiana team T.B Racing . The demise of the EBR factory post the first round at COTA did not set the scene for a successful year ! Despite the challenge s the tea m changed machinery to the Yama ha R1, this meant missing out on a few rounds and having to get used to a 1000cc superbike. The end of the season saw Max in 12th place overall in the championship with some spectacular rides throughout the year.

2016 saw the team have an excellent season with points finished in every round, this led to a very well deserved 8th place in the National championship. On top of this Max raced and won on various machinery including Triumph Thruxton, Kawasakis and his heavyweight twin EBR1190RX on which he won the national WERA title.

2020 Will bring new challenges, a new machine heads to the grid whilst the TB team crew chief will be supporting from the sidelines due to a serious accident during the off season. 

The team and rider are de lighted to be part of the MotoAmerica series and would like to thank the following for their support , Arrow Aviation, Moto – D , MotoTech, Friendly Power Sports , Flash Tune, Vortex, Arai helmets and Oxford Products .

You can follow Max on his Facebook at Max Flinders Racing

Next we have Parker Davis Quad Flat Track Racer #94 from Fairhope, Al. 
Bio:
You can follow Parker on his Facebook at PBDRacing94
Next we have Nathan Beasley #87 MotoCross
Bio:
My name is Nathan Beasley and I ride the #87 Moto-Tech/Genetix Dispensary Kawasaki kx450f. My love for riding started at a young age fueled by my life long friend Robbie Coulson. He is the one solely responsible for giving me the “bug” for riding on dirt bikes and taught me the basics. Then, around 2003 my uncle Billy Long gifted me my first true MX dirt bike. Little did I know this 1986 Honda CR125 would grow into the passion I have for racing today. The following years I honed my skills doing practice days at a variety of tracks on a pretty good amount of bikes but, the Kawasaki’s were my favorite. It wasn’t until 2018 that I entered my first official MX race in the Gulf Coast MX series where I secured a second place finish for the weekend. I completed the series bringing home 3rd in the championship for the 450 D class. The following series I returned and secured the top spot, 1st overall for the 450 D class in the series. In the beginning of 2020 I moved to the 450 C class with hopes of becoming a better, faster, and more skilled racer. As I become faster I noticed added strain on the bike and knew that I would need help in order to keep my Kawasaki running flawlessly. I decided I would ask Moto-Tech for support during the race season. I decided on Moto-Tech because ever since they opened in Mobile it has been the only shop around that works for the customer, not for their own greed. JP, the owner, has always had the customers best interest in mind when doing work and hosts many events to bring the community of riders together. Also, the company has a good background in many types of racing already so I wanted to add motocross and its supporters to the mix.
You can follow Nathan at his Facebook Page: The_Beans_87