LBR Moto would like to take a moment to thank you for checking out the newly renovated website. We are also very excited to announce that the new shop in Barnstead, NH is opened! We service everything from small engines to full blown race bikes. Snowmobiles, motorcycles, dirt bikes, ATVs, side by sides, you name it we fix it. Suspension services, general maintenance, performance tuning, repairs, etc. We carry VP Racing Fuels, Amsoil, as well as the full line of parts, accessories and apparel from WPS and Automatic. We look forward to seeing you!
Kyle Sackett begins snocross racing and forms Wide Open Racing (WOR).
Sackett's friends Morganne Sterl and Whitney Covill join the team.
Covill wins the Junior 16-17 500 Stock class becoming the first WOR rider to win a championship.
Kyle expands Wide Open Racing into a shop and begins servicing and tuning sleds, quads and bikes. Sackett also has his first expirence with a pro team, working with Ski-Doo factory grass drag racer, Sylvain Laflamme.
Wide Open Racing adds motocross to the list by sponsoring Matt Burrill.
Sackett begins racing USCC East Cross Country in the Semi-Pro class. He manages to finish 6th in overall points.
WOR gets into quad racing by hiring professional quad rider, Travis Moore. Moore leads Wide Open Racing to their first pro championship.
WOR begins to focus the business end of the company on suspension products and tuning. Sackett begins racing motocross himself.
Kyle moves to South Carolina to work with former pro Chuck Shirley at Privateer Connection. While there Kyle also works with the Factory Beta GNCC Team as well as top amateurs Will and Max Markolf.
Back in New Hampshire Cody Williams joins the team which is renamed to LBR.
LBR partners with Gravity TM USA to build and race a TM MX 250. Unfortunetly a house fire cuts the program short and puts things on hold.
Kyle signs on with Warnert Racing as mechanic for the Factory Ski-Doo team. His rider, Francis Pelletier, finishes 2nd overall in the Pro-Lite class in their rookie year.
Kyle Sackett and Francis Pelletier win the Pro-Lite snocross title for Warnert Racing. LBR continues to grow and the ground work for a full time shop as well as a national class motocross effort begin.
LBR expands into a full time shop which immediately starts to grow. Pro Vet rider Beau Viens is signed to the team and he takes control of the J Day Off-Road championship.