Rekluse rider has won round 3 of the 2013 National Hare and Hound Series.
VIDEO - The Factory FMF/KTM Offroad Team rider took his KTM 450 XC-F to the top of the podium in a dust-bowl of an event on March 24th, 2013 in Murphy, Idaho. Congratulations on the win Kurt!
Rekluse Core EXP Auto-Clutch
VIDEO - Take a look at how HRT Kawasaki is using the Rekluse Core EXP Auto-Clutch for AMA Supercross and Motocross. Team riders featured in this video are Matt Lemoine (#60) and John "JJ" Pauk (#655). Better Starts, Faster Corners, and Quicker Lap Times.
Rekluse Invades 2013 Supercross
VIDEO - Hear what some of our Supercross riders have to say about Rekluse. Colin Jurin, Chris Howell, Kevin Rookstool, Jimmy Albertson, Matt Lemoine, Tevin Tapia, David Pulley, Landon Powell, Bracken Hall.
Rekluse Attends 2013 King of the Motos
VIDEO - Rekluse attended the 2013 King of the Motos. Here's a video highlighting Rekluse riders Cody Webb (1st) Graham Jarvis (2nd) Destry Abbott (4th) Bryan Roper (5th).
Better and More Consistent Starts with Rekluse Core EXP Auto-Clutch Technology.
Traction –Whether you are starting on concrete or dirt, Rekluse Core EXP offers increased traction and consistency over your clutch finger. This adds up to less spinning, more hook-up, and a more powerful launch out of the gate.
Consistency – What if you could do your best start every time you lined up at the gate? Rekluse Core EXP gives riders of all abilities increased consistency, narrowing the gap between their best start and their worst start. It allows riders to achieve a noticeable consistency when it counts on race day.
Higher starting gear – Starting in second gear instead of first gear is an advantage if you can get out of the gate quick enough. It offers less chance of error hitting neutral in a quick shift under a high load over the starting gate. For those starting in second gear, going to third gear on certain bikes and conditions can be an advantage. However, there are risks of starting in a higher gear like wheelying over backwards, stalling the engine, and getting out of the gate too slow. Rekluse Core EXP allows the rider a wide operating range reducing errors and increasing consistency to pull higher gears, turning a risk into a competitive advantage.
Concrete Starts - Performance Video
Dirt Starts - Performance Video
Myth: Can’t do a regular motocross start with an auto-clutch.
FACT: Rekluse Core EXP allows the rider to start exactly the same way they would with a stock clutch. With Rekluse Core EXP, you have the benefit of full manual clutch override. The clutch lever feels and functions just like your stock clutch lever and can be pulled in at full throttle on the starting line and manually modulated off the line..
Faster Corners with Rekluse Core EXP Auto-Clutch Technology.
Automatic clutch modulation – The clutch automatically modulates the feed, or how quick the clutch locks out, so it is more consistent and precise than the human finger. The perfect throttle roll-on, with perfect clutch modulation, at the ideal time is possible corner after corner. The clutch modulation is fully adjustable to suit individual rider preferences and track conditions.
Anti-stall – Eliminates the worry of stalling the engine while cornering, especially in tight and slow corners. This frees up the rider’s attention to focus elsewhere, like on corner speed and encourages carrying a taller gear and more momentum through the corners.
Traction – The predictability and accuracy of the clutch engagement increases traction. The gnarlier the conditions, like hard packed dirt or slick mud, the more the advantage of finding traction. Easily proven with a rider suffering from “Whiskey Throttle” or poor throttle control, the rider quickly becomes noticeably smoother and in more control which translates into faster corners. And for riders with excellent throttle control, it enhances their ability even further by allowing them to get on the power sooner and with more accuracy.
Higher gears – The ability to run taller gears improves corner entry and exit speed, especially in rough and choppy conditions. Using taller gears through the corners and ruts produces more momentum, smoother power delivery, and fewer errors.
Faster Corners Performance Video
Freewheeling into corners.
FACT: A properly set-up Rekluse Core EXP does not freewheel into the corners. Some riders, specifically at sand tracks, prefer to adjust their Rekluse Core EXP to free wheel into the corners like a 2-stroke. The Rekluse Core EXP is fully adjustable and the standard out of the box set-up is stock-like engine compression braking.
Quicker Lap Times
Quicker Lap Times with Rekluse Core EXP Auto-Clutch Technology.
Less Errors – The automatic modulation and accuracy equals fewer rider errors. The Rekluse Core EXP offers a wide margin of error to the rider meaning less blown corners, stalls, tip overs, mistakes, and less rider fatigue. Core EXP makes it easier to go fast and as the moto progresses the more performance advantage this becomes.
Technical sections – The ability to clear technical sections cleanly and consistently improves lap times. Rekluse Core EXP delivers increased traction and confidence to clear and clean the most technical and challenging sections lap after lap.
More consistency – The ability to increase corner speed and lap times are a benefit. The ease to repeat it corner after corner and lap after lap is an incomparable performance advantage
Quicker Lap Times Performance Video
Myth: Auto-clutches are for beginners or those with low skill levels.
FACT: The Rekluse Core EXP auto-clutch has performance benefits that appeal to virtually every rider and racer. Rekluse Core EXP has competed in the highest level of professional motocross, Supercross and offroad racing world-wide.