CODY RAHDERS RACING SERIES – LUCAS OIL REGIONALS/BITD

Tonys Toys presents our 1st quarter featured Racer. If you enjoy the thrill of racing these finely tuned side by sides you will want to catch some of this action when it comes to your town. You may not have the budget of some of these racers, but we can help all of our racing after market custom parts needs. Might even save you enough to get a hauler to pull it. Which we recommend Homesteader Trailers in your area or contact them here and ask for a dealer near you. www.homesteadertrailer.com

CODY RAHDERS RACING SERIES – LUCAS OIL REGIONALS/BITD
Cody Rahders, currently 19, started racing both Motocross and BMX at the age of five competing in the highly competitive race circuits of Southern California and even raced at the KTM Challenge at the 2003 San Diego Supercross. After a string of injuries, Rahders stepped away from racing MX to concentrate on recovery and baseball.

In 2007, at the age of 12, Rahders decided he wanted to start racing again. His mother said, “Ride all you want but race in a cage.” And with this, Rahders moved into UTV racing competing in events such as the Lake Elsinore GP and Soboba GP. His results were good enough where at the age of 13, he moved into short course off road racing full time competing in series such a M4SX, Monster Jam and any one off event he could find.
2009 was his break out year where at M4SX Rahders won Rounds 1 thru 7 of the Armature series clinching the title Armature early and turned Pro for Round 8.2010 and 2011 Rahders converted his UTV to SR1 spec (R1 street bike powered UTV) and went to the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series where he had several wins and placed well both years.

In 2012, Rahders competed in three different series capturing titles in two of them, the 2012 WORCS Production 700 champion and the Lucas Oil Regional Series SuperLite Champion, and placed 6th overall in LOORRS.

CODY RAHDERS RACING ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
2008-M4SX-Superstock. 5th overall. One podium in eight races.
2009-M4SX-Amature Modified Champion. Seven podiums including seven wins in eight races, turned pro at round eight.
2010-LOORRS-SR1-5th overall. Six podiums including one win in fifteen races.
2011-LOORRS-SR1. 4th overall. Six podiums including three wins in fifteen races.
2012-WORCS-2012. Production 700 Class Champion. Six podiums in eight races including three wins.
LOORRS SuperLite Champion. Three podiums including two wins in five races.
LOORRS SuperLite, 6th overall. Five podiums including two wins in sixteen races.

2020 Honda Side by Side it is Electric Powered / Street Legal

Honda wanted to put on a show at the Consumer Electronics Show If you haven’t already checked it out, check out my After Market Parts that met or beat Hondas standards. Now regarding the electric Honda Pioneer you see pictured which utilizes the Pioneer 500 frame but instead of being powered by the 500cc engine that it normally packs, Honda decided to throw one of their new swappable Mobile Power Packs in it! This is the quickest Machine yet. The fastest of its kind.

The Honda Mobile Power Concept is a compact electric two-seater four-wheel drive powered by Honda’s Mobile Power Pack.

So tell me what you think and vote here if you would or would not Buy one of these.

Polaris General by Tony’s Toys

Ritchie Powersports just finished powder coating and installing all of our accessories for the Polaris General for a customer.
Parts List;
Front and Rear A-Arm Guards
1/2 Orange Plastic Skid-plate with Floor Board Guards
Aluminum Rock Sliders with holes for Factory Polaris Tree Kickers
Adjustable Lift Kit
Light Bar Brackets