Friday, September 26, 2014

S & S Cycle Is A Legend In Land Speed Racing

A modified land speed racer, ready to run the salt flats of Bonneville

One of the great motor company's that is alive and well and providing never ending support within the motorcycle industry is S&S. Whenever you have a tech question they are just a phone call away and will never cease to amaze with the in depth knowledge and support.

In our quest to get the Buell race bike finished, we have contacted them numerous times on carburetor issues, best case scenarios, correct jetting, etc etc and without fail, its been a warm conversation. The folks at S&S invoke the customer support and passion for their business and we do our best to follow their lead in the way we approach all of our business endeavors. To be honest, straight forward and there to help when called upon.

Read this article and check out more photos on their site

"A land speed racing event at the Bonneville Speedway is something you should experience at least once in your life. You may love it or you may hate it, but it's something you will always remember.

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the first organized races on the salt flats, and S&S was on the salt for the Bonneville Motorcycle Speed Trials (formerly the BUB Motorcycle Speed Trials) to celebrate and to support the people who have put so much time, energy, and yes, money into bringing a bike to the track.

It should also be mentioned that S&S is supporting the construction and organization of the new Bonneville Speedway Museum, an effort lead by Wendover, Utah, Mayor Mike Crawford and local Bonneville enthusiast John House. S&S has designed and produced a commemorative 100th Anniversary T-shirt, which is currently for sale on the S&S website and from the folks in Wendover. The proceeds of the sales will be used to fund the construction of the museum.

We invite you to look at these videos and photos from the 2014 Bonneville Motorcycle Speed Trials. Maybe they will inspire you to make the scene at the salt-flats  next August to experience it for yourself!"