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Randakk’s Cycle Shakk Team Spotlight!

Randakk’s Cycle Shakk Team Spotlight!

photoWillow Springs race team award goes to Helmet and Heels, which is owned by rider Wendy Newton. Her mechanic is none other than former HRC mechanic Bobby Weindorf. Team is the optimum word as Bobby has double duty, team wrench, and Wendy’s main squeeze.

Wendy has been racing since 2009 but this is her first race on the Honda Ascot. The ascot is a recent purchase so Bobby hasn’t had the time to work his magic. The bike did get a fresh look with some powdercoat and a paint job but at this point bike remains essential stock. Wendy is currently working in the IT field, both her and Bobby reside in Southern California. Congratulations team Helmet and Heels for being the Randakk Cycle Shakk Team of the week. Best of luck in 2014.

3 thoughts on “Randakk’s Cycle Shakk Team Spotlight!”

  1. Thanks for the shout out guys! It was very nice meeting you and looking forward to seeing you at more races..and a BIG thanks for sponsoring this class!!

  2. Hi Guys,

    Had a really great time racing the Ascot, especially after dialing in the suspension issues. So sorry about the weather for all those who came out to California to race this weekend, the winds were brutal. That has to be one of the worst racing conditions I have seen there in ten years. The Ascot is a new bike for me, and lots of new enthusiastic people, looking forward to more adventures and races at the AHRMA events with this class. Thank you Randakk Cycle Shakk for sponsoring the class. Can’t wait to see what bike jewelry you’ve got for my vintage Hondas! Gonna check out the internet shop now….. 😉

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