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Honda and Muscle Milk combine= Honda Milk?- Dirt Illustrated Magazine

Honda and Muscle Milk combine= Honda Milk?

Justin Brayton (#10) has shown he has what it takes to get out front in the 450 class on the AMA Outdoor National MX circuit, as (DIRT) illustrated in this Ketchy photo from the season ending National at Pala Raceway. His teaming up with Honda and Muscle Milk should prove to be a good match for the coming season.

Photos by Dennis "Ketchup" Cox

Team Honda Muscle Milk will roll out at the Monster Energy Cup at Sam Boyd Stadium this weekend in Las Vegas with Justin Brayton making his debut on his Team Honda Muscle Milk CRF450R.
“We are really excited to partner with Muscle Milk,” said Honda Racing Coordinator Ray Conway. “It’s great to have Muscle Milk as a partner, a company that truly understands the physical and nutritional needs of our athletes. We are advocates of their various nutritional and recovery products, as the majority of the team has been using them for some time now. It’s great to be associated with, and be able to endorse products that we know are nutritional and align with our rider’s performance goals.”
Justin Brayton's switch to the Red Rider team should allow for even more exciting racing this coming season, as the factory musical chairs have not completely settled prior to the start of the 2012 motocross schedule. Expect more bombshell news later this month....
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