MOTO ANATOMY ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH 6D HELMETS
MOTO ANATOMY ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH 6D HELMETS
CENTER HILL, Fla. (January 16, 2019) Moto Anatomy is honored to announce support from 6D Helmets in 2019. Founded by professional Flat Track/Supermoto racer Johnny Lewis, Moto Anatomy (formerly known as 10 Training) is a motorcycle training facility with a holistic approach reaching beyond just riding technique. Moto Anatomy provides individualistic attention to the mental and physical aspects of students in order to create exceptional riders and racers.
Protecting this well-rounded pursuit of excellence, Moto Anatomy feels that 6D Helmets will be integral to the program in 2019. Established in 2011 by Bob Weber and Robert Reisinger, 6D is the safety technology leader in both motorcycle and bicycle helmet design. Their revolutionary patented Omni-Directional Suspension (ODS) embodies a fully active, in-helmet suspension and kinetic energy management system, providing significantly improved performance against both linear and angular accelerations. 6D helmets are certified to exceed both the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Economic Community of Europe (ECE) safety standards.
“With 6D’s ever increasing presence in Dirt Track and Road Racing, we’re excited to be working with Johnny and Moto Anatomy to help extend the message of improved helmet design in street style motorcycle helmets. 6D’s proprietary ODS technology provides safety benefits unmatched by any other helmet, or helmet technology. Working closely with Moto Anatomy will help us extend that message and educate riders and racers as to why they should be paying attention to new helmets technologies moving forward. 6D’s ODS technology leads the market in innovative safety solutions for the riding or racing enthusiast”, said Bob Weber, Co-Founder of 6D Helmets.
“I cannot emphasize just how excited I am to be working with 6D and crew for 2019. I have been interested in the ODS system for years after looking into the system and the results that 6D has had with rider safety”, said Johnny Lewis, Owner of Moto Anatomy. “I felt that it was a perfect fit for Moto Anatomy and our direct relationships with our clients and their safety.”
For more information on 6D Helmets visit: www.6dhelmets.com.
For more information on Moto Anatomy and the upcoming 2019 Schedule contact Marketing Manager Kristen Lassen at firstname.lastname@example.org, visit www.moto-anatomy.com/, like on Facebook Moto Anatomy / Johnny Lewis, or on Instagram @motoanatomy_.
2019 January – March Schedule
January 24 – Pensacola Dirt Track – FL 1 Day Training
February 1-3 – Moto Anatomy Facility / Crossroads Motorplex – FL 2 Day Training W/ 3 Day “Back to Basics” Option
February 16 – Moto Anatomy Facility / Crossroads Motorplex – FL 2 Day Training W/ 3 Day “Back to Basics” Option
March 2 – Calsonic Arena Indoor - Shelbyville, TN – 1 Day Training
March 16-18 – Crossroads Motorplex – FL 3 Day Training
View full schedule online at www.moto-anatomy.com to plan your next adventure in 2019!
ABOUT 6D HELMETS
6D Helmets is dedicated to the relentless pursuit of brain protection. 6D was founded in 2011 by Bob Weber and Robert Reisinger with the single goal of developing a superior performing off-road motorcycle helmet that would successfully reduce the transfer of angular acceleration energy to the brain during crash impacts. 6D’s award winning Omni-Directional Suspension™ (ODS™) is the patented technology solution the company developed and brought to market under the “6D Helmets” brand name. The ODS™ technology is a unique and proprietary impact management solution that significantly reduces angular acceleration energy and low-threshold impact energy transfer to the brain during crash impacts thereby reducing the likelihood of injury. In 2017, 6D’s ODS technology was announced as the grand prize winner of the NFL’s Head Health Challenge III design competition, beating out over 125 competitive entries. https://www.playsmartplaysafe.com/focus-on-safety/advanced-technology/winner-head-health-challenge-iii/ For more information visit 6dhelmets.com
ABOUT Moto anatomy
Founded in 2015 by professional Flat Track/Supermoto racer Johnny Lewis, Moto Anatomy was born with the idea that every motorcycle rider is unique, and must be treated so in order to reach their highest potential. Moto Anatomy programs are custom fit – on and off the bike - to meet the students riding goals. From beginners to professionals, there are multiple package options available anywhere from one-day to five-day programs that have smaller group sizes, often just one to three riders, in order to provide a more personal, one-on-one approach with students. Moto Anatomy’s facility is located in Center Hill, Florida. A hidden gem in the more rural area of Florida for racers, smack dab in some of the most pristine private Motocross facilities for various disciplines of riding: Flat Track (both short track & TT), Motocross, Supermoto, and Off-Road training. There are also prime mountain bike trails and multiple cycling trails within half an hour. Moto Anatomy is just twelve miles off I-75 with major airports an hour away.
ABOUT JOHNNY LEWIS
Although Johnny Lewis’ roots are flat track and Supermoto racing, the 29 year old native of Coatesville, Pennsylvania has a background in multiple disciplines as well, including road racing and off-road. Lewis went pro at 16 in AMA Supermoto, riding for the Factory KTM team. The youngster showed great potential as one of the sports rising stars and eventually earned his first win in the Unlimited Class at Nashville. Lewis switched gears in 2009 and returned to his flat track roots in the AMA Pro Flat Track Championship series. He captured his first Dash for Cash win in 2010 followed by 3 career podiums in 2011 and his first National win at the Daytona short track in 2012. Other career highlights of Lewis are being named AMA Sports Athlete of the Year in 2004 for flat track and being invited to compete in multiple international Supermoto events such as the prestigious Superbikers event in Mettet, Belgium as well as being chosen as 1 of 3 riders to represent the USA at the Supermoto of Nations in 2014. Lewis has also been invited to compete in the X Games 3 times, both in Supermoto and Flat Track, with a 4th place finish in 2015 just one position shy of an X Games medal. Lewis currently resides in Center Hill, FL with his wife Alysha and their two young children Maxsen and Clary.