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Spy Optic Eyes The MX Nationals! JLaw & Wey Open The MX Season This Weekend

5/22/2009

 

 

The Boost Mobile/ampm/Monster/Troy-JLaw Racing team represents with the new Spy Klutch goggles starting this weekend @ Glen Helen

 

CARLSBAD, Calif., (May 22, 2009) –  Spy Optic’s Jason “JLaw” Lawrence and his Boost Mobile/ampm/Monster Energy/Troy-JLaw Racing teammate Nick Wey are set to represent in the premier 450 class at the Lucas Oil AMA MX Nationals beginning this weekend with the series opener at Glen Helen Raceway in San Bernardino, Calif.

 

Lawrence, who won the first moto at Glen Helen last year (Lites class) and ended up on the podium with a 1-5 finish, said he’s pumped to have Spy Optic on board with the Boost Mobile/ampm/Monster Energy/Troy-JLaw Racing team this year. “Spys are sick,” said Lawrence. “If they weren’t paying me to wear ‘em I’d pay to wear ‘em.”

 

Running the Spy Optic Klutch goggles, Lawrence enjoyed some decided highlight in the 450 class this year, including leading the historic Daytona (Fla.) Supercross, before finishing on the podium in 2nd place – his best-ever premier SX class finish. Moving up to the 450 class outdoors seems like a natural fit for Lawrence.

 

“I’ve spent a lot of time turning laps outdoors and getting my bike dialed,” said Lawrence. “I’m completely looking forward to getting things going this weekend at Glen Helen.”

 

Joining Lawrence behind the tint of the well-known Spy Optic lenses will be Wey, who last year scored a top ten finish (9th) at the Glen Helen opener, going 10-10. “Goggles are highly important at the Nationals and Spy’s got us covered – I appreciate that,” said Wey. “Everything’s solid with Spy. Frames. Lenses. Foam. Straps. Tear-offs. Roll-offs. Never had a problem with them and I put ‘em through heck pretty much every day.”

 

Also running Spy Optic product, only up north of the border in the Monster Energy Canadian MX Nationals, will be Monster Energy/Cernic’s/Kawasaki’s Paul Carpenter and Bobby Kiniry. Carpenter won the Canadian premier class MX1 championship back in ’97 and Kiniry will begin the season as one of the favorites in the title chase as well.

 

Next up for the Spy Optic motocross racers is the Lucas Oil AMA Outdoor MX Nationals opener at Glen Helen (San Bernardino, Calif.), May 23.

 

 

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