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Engine Ice Press Announcement – Engine Ice Set to Attend AIMExpo presented by Nationwide in Las Vegas

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Engine Ice Set to Attend AIMExpo presented by

Nationwide in Las Vegas

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Engine Ice Set to Attend AIMExpo 
presented by Nationwide in Las Vegas


Engine Ice Will Display new Aerosol Products and Industry Leading 

Coolant and Antifreeze at Industry-Leading Expo in Las Vegas.



Merritt Island, FL, September 5, 2018 – Engine Ice is pleased to announce its participation in the American International Motorcycle Expo presented by Nationwide (AIMExpo), the powersports industry’s largest trade and consumer show in North America, as the show heads west this fall for the first time at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in fabulous Las Vegas, October 11-14. Dealers, media, and consumers will convene in Las Vegas for the four-day event, with Engine Ice showcasing all-new product/s to the market. The show’s format allows Engine Ice to unveil products and explain the benefits of their industry leading coolant and antifreeze to both trade and consumer attendees all in one place, at one time.
“The AIMExpo allows us to interact with our distributors, dealers and end user all in one place,” said Engine Ice President Dave Kimmey. “Having the event in Las Vegas during Monster Cup makes it even better as we get to bench race before and after the race. Not to mention the unveiling of two new products to the Engine Ice family. It’s going to be a great event, be sure to stop by booth # 1429 and see all that Engine Ice has been up to.”
Engine Ice has seen the growth AIMExpo presented by Nationwide has achieved since the unique concept took center stage within the motorcycle industry in 2013. The sixth annual show will make its West Coast debut and anchor the inaugural “Powersports Industry Week” – a genuinely unique, week-long celebration of motorcycling and the greater powersports marketplace, also featuring the Las Vegas BikeFest and Monster Energy Cup Supercross race.
“Engine Ice recognizes the value of face-to-face interaction with the powersports industry that AIMExpo by Nationwide first created in 2013,” said Larry Little, Vice President & General Manager, MIC Events. “As an exhibitor since the very first show they’ve leveraged the direct access to dealers, media, and consumers where the industry comes together all in one place, at one time. This year they’re maximizing the platform by being a part of the new product showcase, and with their open booth design they create a welcoming environment to conduct B2B and B2C engagement throughout the entire show.”
For more information about Engine Ice, visit EngineIce.com, Engine Ice on Instagram, Engine Ice on Facebook, and Engine Ice on Twitter #EngineIce.
Be sure to stay tuned to the AIMExpoUSA.com website and keep up to date on exciting news as it happens by visiting AIMExpo’s social media pages. “Like” the American International Motorcycle Expo on Facebook, and “Follow” on Twitter or Instagram: @AIMExpo.
About Engine Ice
Founded in 2000, CycleLogic Products, Inc.’s flagship product, Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant, is globally recognized as the premier choice in powersports coolant and antifreeze. Its revolutionary formula keeps machines running cooler leading to a more stable horsepower delivery, throttle response and engine efficiency. New for 2018 is the addition of Engine Ice Plastic Shine and Engine Ice Helmet Renew, two new aerosol products to the growing Engine Ice family. Engine Ice is available worldwide through our vast distribution network.
Find your local distributor here- Engine Ice Global Distributors.
About American International Motorcycle Expo        
The American International Motorcycle Expo’s (www.aimexpousa.com) purpose is to serve as the catalyst to bring together industry, press, dealers and consumers in a single arena that creates a grand stage for motorcycling and powersports in the U.S. and North America, and delivers an efficient and energetic market-timed expo platform for B2B and B2C in the greater powersports industry. AIMExpo is the single most important event of its type in the North American market and has international impact within the motorcycling and powersports community. AIMExpo is produced by the Motorcycle Industry Council (www.mic.org).
About the Motorcycle Industry Council
The Motorcycle Industry Council exists to preserve, protect and promote motorcycling through government relations, communications and media relations, statistics and research, aftermarket programs, development of data communications standards, activities surrounding technical and regulatory issues, and the American International Motorcycle Expo. As a not-for-profit, national industry association, the MIC seeks to support motorcyclists by representing manufacturers, distributors, dealers and retailers of motorcycles, scooters, ATVs, ROVs, motorcycle/ATV/ROV parts, accessories and related goods and services, and members of allied trades such as insurance, finance and investment companies, media companies and consultants.
The MIC is headquartered in Irvine, Calif., with a government relations office in metropolitan Washington, D.C. First called the MIC in 1970, the organization has been in operation since 1914. Visit the MIC at www.mic.org.
About Nationwide
Nationwide, a Fortune 100 company based in Columbus, Ohio, is one of the largest and strongest diversified insurance and financial services organizations in the U.S. and is rated A+ by both A.M. Best and Standard & Poors. The company provides a full range of insurance and financial services, including auto, commercial, homeowners, farm and life insurance; public and private sector retirement plans, annuities and mutual funds; banking and mortgages; excess surplus, specialty, and surety; pet, motorcycle, and boat insurance. For more information, visit http://www.nationwide.com.
Nationwide, Nationwide is on your side, and the Nationwide N and Eagle are service marks of Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company.

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Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant Dominates Daytona 200 with Top 2 Spots on the Podium

Danny Eslick – Photo by Shelby Cohen

 

 

 

 

 

Merritt Island, FL (March 29, 2018) – Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant, the premier choice for powersports coolant and antifreeze, would like to congratulate both Danny Eslick and Cory West on their first and second place finishes at the 77th running of the Daytona 200. The event took place at Daytona Motor Speedway in Daytona Beach FL on March 17th.

But the success of Engine Ice racers didn’t end there. In addition to Eslick and West on the podium, fourth place Geoff May and fifth place finisher Shane Narbonne both relied on Engine Ice to stay cool during the 200. It goes even further than that as 60% of the top 10, and 36% of the entire field all chose Engine Ice as their coolant for the 200.

In addition to their success in the 200 Engine Ice racers scored victories in several of the other races that are held during bike week. Wins by Greg Melka, Stefano Mesa and Zach Butler further cemented Engine Ice and the coolant of choice in road racing applications.

“Wow. We never get tired of visiting victory lane at Daytona. The athletes that win at Daytona are some of the best in the world, and we are honored that they choose Engine Ice as a part of their success,” said Engine Ice President Dave Kimmey. “The 200 is the premier race in all of American road racing and with more than ⅓ of the racers signed up using Engine Ice, it certainly says something for our coolant.”

Designed for use in machines racing and recreational and wherever coolant or antifreeze are required. Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant is biodegradable, phosphate free, non-toxic, and typically reduces operating race temperatures, effectively keeping boil-over temperatures to 256°F or less and freeze-up protection to -26° F. Factory or privateer, highly modified or stock, all machines benefit from using Engine Ice.

Danny Eslick. Photo by Shelby Cohen.

Engine Ice Hi-Performance Products Extends Partnership with KR4/Husqvarna Racing

Engine Ice Hi-Performance Products Extends Partnership with KR4/Husqvarna Racing

Merritt Island FL, (March 1, 2018) – Engine Ice Hi-Performance Products, the premier choice for powersports coolant and antifreeze, is pleased to announce the continuation of their support of the KR4/Husqvarna for the 2018 season.

KR4/Husqvarna is a professional off-road racing team that competes with five riders in the three premier off-road series on the East Coast. (GNCC, Full Gas Sprint Enduro, and National Enduro).

The 2018 roster includes;

Layne Michael will make his XC1 Open Pro debut in the AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) series with the KR4/Husqvarna team. Layne was a member of the winning U.S. World Trophy Team at the 91st running of the FIM International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) and most recently finished third overall in the XC2 250 Pro class, winning two races and finishing on the podium at eight of the thirteen rounds. Michael will also contest the Kenda Full Gas Sprint Enduro (FGSE) championship.

Cory Buttrick will be a triple-threat this year with the help of the KR4/Husqvarna team. Buttrick will compete in the pro class of the GNCC, FGSE, and Kenda National Enduro (NEPG) series. Buttrick is eager to join forces with the KR4/Husqvarna team and get back on top. He is also a vital part of the brand-new GTR Complex located near Columbia, South Carolina. A press release with more information on the facility will be distributed later this week.

After a successful 2017 season with the team, Tayla Jones will return to headline the women’s pro part of KR4 Performance. Jones dominated the GNCC, FGSE, and NEPG last year where she won all three women’s pro championships and was just recently deemed the 2017 AMA Female Rider of the Year Award at the AMA Championship Banquet in Columbus, Ohio. Jones will set her eyes on repeating her titles this year.

Liam Draper will represent the team in the XC2 250 Pro class. Hailing from New Zealand, Draper’s background in trails, enduro and cross-country will prepare him for his first year competing in the United States.

Colin Keegan will make his move to the pro-am ranks and chase the FMF XC3 125 Pro-Am class championship. Keegan has been practicing getting familiar with the two-stroke machine over the winter and is eager to have his focus entirely on the GNCC series.

“The events in the East throw all kinds of gnarly obstacles at the racers. They are faced with mud, trees, ruts, rocks and so much more all while trying to stay on the trail and go as fast as possible. They can’t worry about their machine making to the next check. That is where Engine Ice comes in. If we can provide a little peace of mind for them knowing their bikes will perform as well at the end of the day as at the beginning, they can concentrate on winning,” said Engine Ice President Dave Kimmey. “The KR4 team shows the versatility of Engine Ice in all types of competition, and we are excited to be a partner again in 2018.”

“As the team manager of the KR4/Husqvarna Team, it’s my job to find the best products that hold up during a grueling 3 hour GNCC and R&D is a big part of the process. I usually lean on the experience of the Factory teams, and I have found that most of these teams are using Engine Ice. Factory teams are all looking for maximum HP however along with the need for more power comes operating temperature issues. Engine Ice right of the bottle works period!” – Frank Keegan

Engine Ice Hi-Performance Products Announces Toolbox Giveaway Winner

Merritt Island FL, (February 12, 2017) –  Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant, the premier choice for powersports coolant and antifreeze, is pleased to announce they have chosen a winner in their 2017 Engine Ice Toolbox Giveaway.

An independent representative chose a winner at random from all of the entries submitted on the unique webpage developed for the promotion. Advertising for the giveaway appeared in print and digital media locations throughout 2017. In that random drawing, Jim Ransbury was chosen. He recently received the toolbox at his home in Ohio.

“Thank you to all those that entered the drawing. We love that Engine Ice has such an engaging fan base that knows a good product when they use it,” said Engine Ice President Dave Kimmey. “From the beginning of the business in 2000, until today, our customer has always been #1. We like to give back whenever possible, and this was a great opportunity. Congratulations Jim.”

Thank you to all that entered the drawing.

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