Elevation Upgrade is an adventure & photography blog with two members who are traveling through South America between Sept 2016 – Dec 2017. Cheap Thrills has partnered with Elevation Upgrade for their motorcycle parts and maintenance needs during this trip.
For more information and their latest posts, please visit http://www.elevationupgrade.com/.
For information about partnering with Cheap Thrills, contact us directly!
Cheap Thrills Racing
Cheap Thrills Racing is an established motorcycle racing team with several years of experience in the motorcycle and racing industries. Team owner’s Chase Sellers and Erik DeVaan are both long time riders with a passion and desire for going fast on two wheels. The team primarily competes with the Central Roadracing Association, with regional events through the northern mid-west. However this team is not limited to Roadracing. Cheap Thrills Racing stays involved with all types of riding. Whether dirt, pavement, snow or ice, you can find them out there twisting the throttle. Follow Cheap Thrills Racing on your favorite social media platform or on their website, www.cheapthrillsracing.com for more information, season updates and race results.
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Team Unaffiliated Freestyle Stunt Team
Team unaffiliated llc. Is a minnesota-based, professional street bike freestyle team, consisting of two riders. We provide a high energy, action packed performance that will help to raise the level of excitement at your event. We can perform shows for company parties, open houses, grand openings, church events or even fairs and larger venues! Our shows consist of two extremely talented riders that have competed in national motorcycle stunt competition series including the xdl and sbfc. Our shows include a professional sound system with emcee, rider meet and greet, merchandise and fun for the whole family!!
In addition to two wheel sports, Cheap Thrills Motorsports also supports several Formula SAE teams world-wide by providing teams with the engines and powertrains needed to power their Formula-style race cars.
The concept behind Formula SAE is that a fictional manufacturing company has contracted a student design team to develop a small Formula-style race car. The prototype race car is to be evaluated for its potential as a production item. The target marketing group for the race car is the non-professional weekend autocross racer. Each student team designs, builds and tests a prototype based on a series of rules, whose purpose is both ensuring on-track safety (the cars are driven by the students themselves) and promoting clever problem solving.