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MotoE Announces Selected Members of 2021 Factory Team

October 24, 2020 – MotoE (, a premium nutrition and human performance company specializing in motocross, supercross and off-road riders around the world, is pleased to announce the selected members of the MotoE Factory Team for the 2021 race season. Co-Factory Teams for America and Australia will be announced on October 25, 2020.

“This year’s Factory Level riders are the epitome of what the MotoE amateur development program is all about,” says MotoE Founder Robb Beams. “Every rider on the factory level team has come through the MotoE system beginning as a client and progressing to our co-factory team and now to the factory level,” he added. “The depth of talent amongst this team excites me as I am confident that these riders will come away with championships during the 2021 race season adding to the 260+ that MotoE has achieved up to his point,” remarks Beams.

The selected riders for the MotoE 2021 Factory Team include:

Logan Best – Yamaha - Northport, Florida training at SOBMX (125 B/C and Schoolboy 1)

Joshua Guffey – KTM - Bainbridge, Georgia (GNCC 250A – Full Gas Sprint Enduros – Pro Am)

Jake Pinhancos – KTM - Rochester, Massachusetts

James Jetmar – KTM - Callaway Virginia (40 and 50 class)

Luke Kalaitzian - Honda - from Sun Valley, California (250A-Pro Sport/450A-Pro Sport)

Jesse Furtado – TM - from Placerville, California (85 10-12/Supermini 12-15)

Zayden Mason – KTM- from Hazleton, Indiana racing in Super Mini 1 and 2

Whispern Smith – Yamaha - from Midwest City, Oklahoma (125 & Schoolboy 1)

Aidan Dickens – Kawasaki - from Skippers, Virginia (250B/450B Limited)

Industry support of the MotoE Amateur Development Program continues to grow year after year. Returning partners include Dunlop, Shades of Gray, Lynks Racing (2-stroke motors), A&Y Performance (4-stroke motors), Energy Fuel, and Nutritional Frontiers.

New partners supporting the 2021 team include Klim (helmet, gloves, jersey & pants), Scott, Cloverhill Suspension (complete kits, re-valving, and trackside support), D’Cor Visuals (graphic kits & custom seat covers), Specialized Bicycles, Powerdot, Garmin,,, and Cooksey & The Coach Podcast.

Team members will have the opportunity to train at MotoE MX and SX Performance Facilities located in Orlando, Florida (2 locations), Arizona, and California. Riders will be featured throughout the year through personal profiles, interviews, and behind the scenes training sessions courtesy of our media partners and Cooksey & The Coach Podcast.

About the MotoE Amateur Development Program

Celebrating its 14th season, the MotoE Amateur Development program was initiated as a means to re-invest into the sport of motocross by improving rider’s strength, endurance and overall speed. The program gives riders the opportunity to learn and develop under a proven methodology that has helped develop champions such as Adam C, Ryan Dungey, Martin brothers, Jordan Bailey, Stilez Robertson, Charlie Mullins, Chris Bach, Mike Witowski and amateur phenom Logan Best!


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