Our good friend and sponsored rider, Kenny Steinke, was seriously injured while performing a FMX show in Augusta, Georgia. Currently, he is at the Georgia Regents Medical Center and remains in critical condition.
Kenny Steinke has always been a crowd favorite.[/caption]According to the Augusta Chronicle, Kenny was attempted a jump when he lost control of his motorcycle and struck the ramp.
We hope that all of you will pray for Kenny and his family, as well as give them support. If you'd like to donate to help with his medical expenses, you may do so directly on his personal website, downsideupfmx.com. You also may send a donation via PayPal directly to: email@example.com.
We will update this post as we receive any updates from the family. Thanks so much in advance for your kindness and generosity toward the Steinke in this very difficult time.
UPDATE: 5/1/13 - 7:30 PM - According to a local news affiliate, Kenny's condition has been upgraded from critical to serious. Said teammate Travis Willis, "Kenny's in stable condition. He's doing better day by day. He's breathing on his own. He's moving both arms, both legs. He has opened his eyes. So, each day gets better and better."
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Suzuki has announced a new Military and First Responder Appreciation Incentive available now through August 31, 2020. When either a first responder in law enforcement, fire and rescue services, or emergency medical services (First Responder) or an active or retired member of the United States armed forces (Military) purchases an eligible new Suzuki motorcycle, scooter, or ATV, they will receive a $250 Military and First Responder Appreciation Incentive, in addition to any other current applicable incentive program offers.
Still agile, but with more punch, the KTM 890 DUKE R takes all the things we love about the KTM 790 DUKE and turns it up to 11. This is a no-compromise mid-weight naked bike, equally at home on mountain roads as it is on the race track, delivering more power, more torque and more Dukeness than any parallel twin that has come before.
Come in to Central Florida PowerSports and check this baby out.
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
ORLANDO SPEED WORLD
The KTM Ride Orange Street Demo program provides an exciting opportunity for customers to experience first-hand the defining attributes of KTM’s READY TO RACE philosophy — purity, performance, adventure and extreme.
Sign ups start at 9am | First ride at 10am | Last ride at 4pm
In order to participate in the KTM Street Bike Ride Orange Program you must be 25 years or older for 690cc and up and 21yrs old or above for 500cc and under. 21-24yrs old can ONLY ride 500cc and under motorcycles. Experienced riders only.
Please bring the following:
KTM staff can revoke riding privileges at any time for any reason deemed necessary. No passengers are allowed at any time.
To obtain more information about the Ride Orange Street Demo event near you, please contact any of our Team #CFPS staff. We look forward to seeing you there!