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Below are some links to JT Racing featured products. Please click on the link of the item of interest to view more detail.

JT Racing 2015 Catalogue
JT Racing 2015 Preview Slideshow
JT Racing Info Flex Flow
JT Racing Info Hyperlite Magneto
JT Racing Info Hyperlite Voltage
JT Racing Info Protek Subframe
JT Beanies
JT Boot Podium
JT Glove Lite Echo/Clutch
JT Glove Lite Razor/Slasher
JT Glove Lite Slasher Orange/Black
JT Glove Lite Slasher Red/White
JT Glove Lite Slasher Yellow/Black
JT Glove Protek Black & White
JT Glove Throttle Black/Orange
JT Glove Throttle Black/White
JT Glove Throttle Grey/Black/Char
JT Glove Throttle Red/White
JT Helmet ALS2.0 Black
JT Helmet ALS2.0 Black/Cyan/Orange
JT Helmet ALS2.0 N.Yellow/Black/Cyan
JT Helmet ALS2.0 Red/White/Blue
JT Helmet ALS2.0 White
JT Helmet ALS2.0 White/Black/Yellow
JT Race Set Voltage Hyperlite Bk/Or
JT Race Set Voltage Hyperlite Pe/Yl/Wh
JT Race Set Voltage Hyperlite Wh/Be
JT Race Set Voltage Hyperlite Wh/Red
JT Race Set Echo Flex Org/Yell
JT Race Set Echo Flex Purp/Yell
JT Race Set Flow Flex Black
JT Race Set Flow Flex Grey
JT Race Set Flow Flex White
JT Race Set Magneto Hyperlite Bk/Org
JT Race Set Magneto Hyperlite Nvy/Purp
JT Race Set Subframe Protek Be/Org
JT Race Set Subframe Protek Bk/Gy/Yell
JT Race Set Subframe Protek Rd/Wh/Be
JT Race Set Subframe Protek Yell/Cy/Blk
JT Racing Stickers
JT Socks Ankle
JT Socks Crew
JT Socks MX

JT Racing

In November 2013 JT Racing appointed Steve Cramer Products the exclusive Australian distributor for entire range of products.

The team here at Steve Cramer Products is very proud to be associated with JT Racing and look forward to a bright and successful future.

A recent comment from Steve Cramer, "The guys are JT are really on the ball, I can't believe how efficient they are.. It's very refreshing indeed."

JT Racing has a fresh and exciting new range and a priced to please..

So keep an eye out around your local bike shops for the new range, or better still, ask you dealer about the new range..

JT Racing History:

Amazingly, it all started with socks. Colorful, stretchy motocross socks that John and Rita Gregory  a pharmacist couple living in San Diego  figured might sell well enough to offset Johns growing racing expenses during the late 1960s. The couple sold socks out in the desert and at the track from the trunk of their car, as well as from a glass case in their pharmacy lobby.

The socks sold quite a bit better than expected, and by 1970 the Gregorys had shuttered the pharmacy and were pursuing their fledgling motocross business full-time. The new company needed a name when a business license became necessary, and one was conjured hastily while in line at the county office. John offered TJ, or Tijuana, where the socks originated. But Rita swapped the letters due to TJs seedy reputation. At that moment, JT Racing Imports was born. The couple hired Joel Robert to wear and promote JT socks for the princely sum of $100 and all the socks he could use. The exposure helped. They soon added matching jerseys to the line, and signed Hallman Racing  their first distributor  to sell them. They then added a product that would soon revolutionize the entire industry  nylon motocross pants.

By the mid 1970s, JT Racings growth mirrored that of the sport of motocross itself  meteoric. JT now offered all manner of innovative and increasingly stylish MX gear, including gloves, pants, goggles, jerseys, face guards, air filters, gear bags, chest protectors, shoulder pads, casual wear and posters. Itd also signed some of the worlds fastest racers to wear its gear, including 500cc World Champion Heikki Mikkola, USGP winner Gerrit Wolsink and 125cc National Champion Marty Smith. Now, race fans and enthusiasts could not only cheer on their favorite riders, but wear the same gear their heroes wore.

John Gregory said the companys crazy growth was like Surviving a crash! JT Racing soon added Bob Hurricane Hannah to its roster, and in the coming years signed such notable champions as Danny LaPorte, Broc Glover, Chuck Sun, Marty Tripes, Rick Burgett, Tommy Croft and Kent Howerton. In later years theyd sign Jeff Ward, David Bailey, Ricky Johnson, Johnny OMara, Ron Lechien and others. These champions helped with R&D in addition to racking up race wins and championships, and were featured attractions in JTs unique promotional campaigns. There was a personal element to the JT team as well. Being with JT, remembers longtime JT rider Broc Glover, was like having a second set of parents  a real family thing.

Armed with the sports best riders, all wearing the most stylish and technically advanced gear available, JT Racing led the way, continually resetting the bar during the late 70s and following a technological and design trajectory that would ensure its place at the front of the pack for years to come. JT, for instance, launched its own leather motocross boot. It introduced fully personalized head-to-toe outfits for Hannah and Mikkola, the worlds top riders at the time. It debuted new materials and color schemes seemingly every few months. It offered several different glove designs as well as custom lettering. It also led the way on upper-body protection, introducing the Ventilator and Team Screen chest protection systems. Meanwhile, JT riders seemed to win everything in sight, with Hannah, Burgett, Glover, Laporte and Howerton all scoring national championships during this era.

The trend continued well into the 80s  true glory years for JT Racing. In 1980, Chuck Sun won the 500cc national title. In 81, Team USA won its first of 13 successive MX des Nations titles, the entire team  Laporte, Sun, Hansen and OMara  outfitted in JT gear. In 82, LaPorte won the 250cc world championship, with Hansen taking the 250cc outdoor and Supercross titles. In 83, JT introduced the revolutionary V2000 and V500 chest protectors, which Bailey wore en-route to the 1983 Supercross and 250cc outdoor title. Bailey continued his assault on the 500cc national championship in 84, winning it outright while wearing JTs radical new ALS-1 helmet.

He repeated the 500cc feat in 86 while wearing one of JT Racings most memorable products  the revolutionary full-face ALS-2 helmet. With its trick venting system and integrated visor assembly, the ALS-2 broke new ground both technically and stylistically.

Other innovative JT products from the 80s include the Flexon glove, Pro-Tour jersey, Life-Line gloves, Mouthtrap mouth guard, fully vented gear  a first  and a range of wild colors and prints, including Glovers pink gear, Lechiens Dalmation and Dem Bones prints, Baileys fluorescent orange gear and much more.

Jean-Michel Bayle, the 1988 125cc and 1989 250cc world champion, continued JTs championship tradition into the 1990s by winning the 91 Supercross, 250cc outdoor and 500cc outdoor titles  a truly stunning achievement.

Innovation. Style. Champions. The combination had worked flawlessly for nearly three decades, and had transformed JT Racing into the worlds dominant motocross gear company. But things change, and in 2001, John and Rita Gregory sold their esteemed company and retired, sending the JT Racing motocross brand into hibernation for a decade. When I left JT Racing to work for ESPN in the mid 1990s, remembers David Bailey, whod been a designer there after his career-ending crash in 87, I sorta thought the brand would soon be dead and buried. Which it was, and for a long time. The latter 1990s werent kind to JTs motocross efforts. But it seems you cant keep a good company down. This brand is strong, and it still resonates. Time for the next chapter in the JT Racing legacy.

JT Racing News

 Headline Date
JT Racing 2015 Gear in stock and added to our site
16th Oct, 2014
JT Racing USA 2015 Product Launch Video
19th Sep, 2014
Blue Dirt Mountian Biking Running USWE
30th Jul, 2014
Now available in High-Pressure
25th Jul, 2014
A Mechanics must have !!
22nd Jul, 2014
Don't go thirsty when riding...
30th Jun, 2014
2014 6D Helmet Range
25th Jun, 2014
Updated models for Zeta Rubber Killers
24th Jun, 2014
Maxima Oils Presents " The Present and The Future"
13th May, 2014
Kye Anderson: Extreme Enduro Video !!!
13th May, 2014
Need a part for your MRP Device ?
17th Apr, 2014
USWE... Volvo.... Steve Peat ???
7th Mar, 2014
Maxima V-Twin Lubrication Range
6th Mar, 2014
Bling Your Bike 2014 !!!!
14th Jan, 2014
6D Helmets Signs Stefan Everts
6th Jan, 2014
Colour your ride !!
17th Dec, 2013
Something only for you...
10th Dec, 2013
Deft Family 2014 Look Book
22nd Nov, 2013
22nd Nov, 2013
Ohlins 2014 Catalogues
21st Nov, 2013
2014 Dirt Freak Catalogue Now Available
13th Nov, 2013
6D Helmet Update
22nd Oct, 2013
USWE Sports Appoints S.C.P
25th Jul, 2013
The Male Bag Ride 2013
8th Feb, 2013
The new 2013 Catalogue is now available...
19th Nov, 2012
Maxima Bio Wash finally here in Australia !
13th Sep, 2012
Don't believe everything you hear !!
31st May, 2012
Maxima and Harley Davidson
3rd Apr, 2012
What type of Cannon is this.. ?
28th Mar, 2012
Download the new 2012 Maxima Catalogue
16th Mar, 2012
Grab a copy of the Ohlins Company Magazine
8th Mar, 2012
RV2 Continues His Dominance in 2012
11th Jan, 2012
What's New from Maxima for 2012
22nd Dec, 2011
The new list for 2012 is here..
15th Dec, 2011
Congratulations to Glenn and the Procon Maxima BMW Team
29th Nov, 2011
2X what ?
12th Sep, 2011
Allerton extends Superbike points lead with Tassie triumph o...
8th Mar, 2011
Allerton dominates Australian Superbike opener making histor...
7th Mar, 2011
Ohlins offering replacement shock springs
1st Mar, 2011
Shock Doctor Here in Australia
21st Jan, 2011
DT1 Air Filters will partner with Chad Reed and TwoTwo Motor...
17th Dec, 2010
MRP 2011 Information Guide now Available
17th Dec, 2010
Why Maxima
27th Jul, 2010
What's a Gotcha ??
21st Jun, 2010
What is this stuff called VuPlex ?
21st Jun, 2010
What's this 1.X thingo ?
7th Jun, 2010
See if these fit your bike...
13th May, 2010
Five Super Ténérés head to North Africa for a good cause
5th May, 2010
Scp sponsors Amtra High Country Ride for another year
22nd Mar, 2010
What's less than 80 Grams & under 75mm in length
7th Dec, 2009
MRP Camber Cranks are now here !!
3rd Dec, 2009
New 2010 Catalogue Now Available !!
19th Oct, 2009
EBC Brake YouTube Video...
12th Oct, 2009
Get a Clean Shot
8th Oct, 2009
We have been waiting for this... And now you can have it.
10th Sep, 2009
Not just for downhill anymore
29th Jul, 2009
New 3-1 Hub.. now available
27th Jul, 2009
New MRP G2 Colours !!
29th May, 2009
Amtra Victorian High Country Ride Success
30th Apr, 2009
DRC Motoled models now on web site
29th Apr, 2009
Depth Charges Away !!!
21st Apr, 2009
Download the latest fitment list here.
21st Apr, 2009
The catalogue is available for downloading.
2nd Mar, 2009
This could help you in your workshop !
10th Sep, 2008
Try cleaning your teeth with this..
22nd Jul, 2008
New DRC WR Number Plate Holder Kit
22nd Jul, 2008
Get an XCG on your bike.
24th Jun, 2008
Do you know what a Mini-G is?
24th Jun, 2008
Maxima's New Product Now Available
9th May, 2008
Get the X-Monitor
10th Apr, 2008
Just what you need for Off-Road
19th Feb, 2008
White White White !!!
6th Sep, 2007
What's a Glock ?
10th Aug, 2007
Something White from Da Bomb
10th Aug, 2007
The best hand protection is now available.
9th Jan, 2007

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