Justin Jones Second in WORCS Round 1 2014

January 24, 2014
Courtesy of AHM Factory Services
Justin Jones
Justin Jones scored second-place in the 2014 WORCS season opener in Taft, California.

Justin Jones kicked off the 2014 Rocky Mountain MC World Off-Road Championship Series (WORCS) with a career-best Pro finish, earning second place at the opener in Taft, Calif., January 19. The RPM Racing / Bonanza Plumbing KTM rider from Norco, Calif. turned to AHM Factory Services to prepare his KTM 450SX for the season. The company’s race-bike building experts tuned the suspension and set up his race bike so well Jones recorded the fastest lap in the Pro Class race on his way to a podium finish.

“A huge ‘thank you’ to AHM Factory Services for delivering an awesome race bike with amazing suspension,” said Jones after the race. “AHM has the KTM settings dialed in, and my bike handled great.”

Brandon Petersen and Justin Lewis started AHM Factory Services in 2013 to deliver factory-level mechanic services to racers at all levels of competition. Their experience with engine performance and suspension building has allowed them to succeed as quickly as racers like Justin Jones. 

“We’re glad we had the opportunity to help Justin kick off the 2014 season,” said Brandon Petersen. “We didn’t get a lot of time to build the new bike, but our preseason suspension testing really paid off. We’re looking forward to keeping Justin on the podium to contend for the WORCS championship.”

Jones held the lead for four laps of the season-opening race, including the first three. In the 2013 WORCS season, Jones finished in third-place overall in the Pro class, earning five third-place finishes.

About AHM Factory Services
Established in 2013 by Brandon Petersen and Justin Lewis, AHM Factory Services delivers factory-quality off-road motorcycle service to all riders and racers looking to achieve a higher level of performance. AHM services include engine rebuilds and modification, suspension tuning and rebuilding, race preparation, wheel building and full-bike builds.


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