New Video Series focused on Customer Builds

PAOLI, Pa. (September 29, 2020) – ExtremeTerrain has launched its “Customer Builds” video spotlight series with an up-close look at a 2016 JK Wrangler 4-door owned by Will Cooper from California. The goal of the series is to inspire customers with concrete ideas for their next mod. Will’s fully customized project vehicle does not disappoint. The video is hosted by Merideth Evasew in a one-on-one virtual chat format with vehicle footage and information to supplement Will’s build page on

After a brief intro, Merideth gets right into the interview of the 2016 JK which she describes as “built to the nine, with a ton of armor, performance mods, and lighting.” As the virtual walkaround begins, Will confesses that his project vehicle has grown into a “fun addiction” with more changes on the way. His mods started with a DV8 heat dispersion hood and on from there to the inner fenders, outer fenders, and frame.


The customization continues to the inside where Will answers some questions about his Alpine head unit and camera system, as well as the inner roll bar he added for looks and safety. Will has loaded up his JK with a ton of accessories including an adjustable Body Armor roof rack, fastback hard top, and over 30 lights that give his rig a one-of-a-kind look.  Merideth and Will go over a number of other specific modifications, wrapping up the virtual interview with a look at his current lift kit and his plans to go even bigger.

ExtremeTerrain will continue to feature customer build profiles with more videos in the making. Will’s 2016 JK Wrangler helps customers imagine what their stock Jeep can become with a little help from XT’s extensive aftermarket parts lineup. Like Will, customers can expect XT to offer personalized support from answering fitment questions to sending diagrams and instructions as needed. More information on Will’s Jeep including his parts list can be found on XT’s customer builds page.

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Media Contacts: Andy Newhall(610)251.1672andy.newhall@Turn5.comBarricade Off-Road Unveils New Sponsorship Program Offers Perk-Filled Partnership to Jeep and Truck Enthusiasts Media Kit:, Pa. (Aug 4th, 2020)–Off-road parts provider, Barricade Off-Road, launches anew sponsorship program aimed at collaborating with “true off-road enthusiasts who live and breathe Jeeps & trucks.” Barricade will provide free and/or deeply discounted products, tools, and other perks to support participants as they create epic builds, attend cars hows/meetups, and share exclusive content with their followers. Participants can choose to be a CORE team sponsor or an ELITE team sponsor, each with its own requirements and benefits as outlined on the program’s web page. Barricade Off-Road designs and manufactures high-quality parts with incredible styling that stands out on or off the trail.Jeep YJ, TJ and JK owners will find a wide range of dependable exterior products from bull bars to bumpers, light bars, round adventure mirrors, and more. Barricade’s F-150 parts line includes sturdy winches with rubberized remotes, as well as protective bull bars, rugged-looking brush guards, and side bars. New products are released regularly, providing Jeep and truck owners with additional options for customizing their rig at a mid-range price point, without sacrificing style or dependability. Potential brand ambassadors must be based in the United States and agree to promote the sponsored products in a positive manner consistent with Barricade Off-Road’s brand. An outline of the requirements and benefits of each partnership tier are found on Barricade’s sponsorship page, along with the official agreement and online application form. Learn more and apply here: Barricade Off-Road Barricade Off-Road creates the essential core parts for off-roading as well as a host of parts that simply make the workweek a whole lot easier, in addition to other non-essentials that make driving your off-roading or work vehicle even more enjoyable. Through creating high-quality, rugged parts such as bumpers, winches, tops and more, Barricade Off-Road has garnered the respect and loyalty of a diverse and growing fan base that values excellence on and off the road or trail.



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What a Motocross Workshop Can Do For You and Your Riding – Learning From the Experts

A motocross workshop can help tune your bike perfectly for your upcoming season – and when it travels to the race, that means you can get the benefit of professional quality testing and servicing even at the last minute.

The mobile servicing workshop is equipped with everything necessary for making last minute adjustments, tuning suspension or even giving the equipment a genuine major overhaul. By having suspension serviced or tuned at the side of the track you can customise the service not just to the type of riding that you do, but to the specific terrain of the course you are riding or about to race.

The motocross workshop is able to undertake full repairs and rebuilds of suspension. Or it can be used as part of a dedicated suspension setup day, designed to give your bike the personal treatment from a team of professionals.

A suspension setup day starts with servicing, re valving or lowering the suspension in accordance with the rider, the bike and his or her expectations about what is required from the ride. Usually the servicing, re valving or lowering is done by the motocross workshop as a separate job, though technically it could be incorporated into an exhaustive suspension setup routine if required.

Once the bike is ready to be fine-tuned, the rider puts in a few laps to get the bike warm and the suspension working. The experts take a look at the way the bike rides, taking into account the rider’s style and weight – and then begin adjusting the sag, the clickers and the fork height until the optimum performance is reached for bike, rider and expectations combined.

After a break for lunch the motocross workshop can begin tinkering with handlebar position; brake adjustments; and clutch adjustments.

One of the corollary advantages of taking your bike to a workshop, be it static or a travelling one, is that you get advice from expert riders and technicians about things other than the purely mechanical aspects of your bike and the way it rides. For example, many motocross workshop professionals will also be able to offer you advice on the way you stand and sit when you ride – giving you the knowledge you need to make the union between rider and machine more complete. Sometimes, the missing ingredient in your riding can be as small and simple as a little tip about shifting your weight when you are riding in a standing position.

Often stock bike suspensions is too soft for the endure tracks the bikes are riding on. So you may find that the first thing a mobile motocross workshop needs to do is to tighten the suspension up a bit, giving you more rigidity and less sag through the corners. But of course the beauty, as noted, of having the professionals take a look at your machine in action is that they will be able to identify exactly what needs doing, when and how.

For your bike to ride as you want it to, with the right feedback and the right feeling, it is almost always necessary for you to adjust. Do it with the pros and you won’t regret it!

About the author: Alisia Jones is a freelance writer and a motorcycle enthusiast. Here she is sharing some valuable information with her readers on motocross workshop, motorcycle servicing and many more.