Shops: 619 Kneedraggrz, in the January issue – Roadracing World Magazine

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Featured in the January 2022 issue of Roadracing World:

When I first started racing, one of the biggest challenges I faced was transporting my bike and my stuff around the circuit. I only had a car that couldn’t tow anything, so I had to borrow my buddy’s van until I bought my first racing van.

“Randy Sadia had a similar experience when he went to his first day on the motorcycle track, and it motivated him to start 619 Kneedraggrz, a company that specializes in helping riders and riders who need help. a little extra help getting to the track…”

— “Shops: 619 Kneedraggrz”, by David Swarts

Track day rider Randy Sadia started by hauling motorcycles for other track day riders, charging a flat fee. As people left the sport, he started buying their equipment and renting it out to other people. Today, his “Superpit” is a hit with riders addicted to the convenience of having someone else to handle the logistics of getting to a track day. Find out how Sadia turned her passion into a business in the latest issue of Road racing world!

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