VIDEO: Surf's Up! Meet RoadRace Factory's Jake Gagne

In this short video, we ask MotoAmerica Superstock 1000 points-leader Jake Gagne 10 questions. You might be surprised by some of his responses!

In related news, Orion Labs has joined Gagne’s team, RoadRace Factory, as a new sponsor. The official team name is now RoadRace Factory/Orion. According to a press release issued by the team, Orion produces a line of wearable communication devices that sync wirelessly with your smartphone.

“At Orion, we love teams who do great things,” said Jesse Robbins, CEO and founder of Orion Labs. “All races are about great teamwork under pressure, and we’re particularly proud to support the RoadRace Factory team.”

Cameron Petersen RoadRace Factory MotoAmerica Supersport racer

In addition to Jake Gagne in Superstock 1000, the RoadRace Factory team fields Ben Young, Tomy Puerta, and Cameron Petersen (shown) in MotoAmerica’s Supersport class.

“We got to know the folks at Orion Labs a little while ago at Laguna Seca,” RoadRace Factory’s Danny Walker said. “Recently, we held a special American Supercamp event for them. They are true motorcycle racing fans, and when they wanted to come onboard, it was a no-brainer.

“We had a chance to try their devices during that Supercamp, and they were great,” Walker added. “We could talk to our instructors without having to hold our phones or radios. We’re looking forward to setting some up for our purposes on track so that we can all stay in touch from the pit wall, to the rig, to the media guy on track.

“These devices make it so easy to stay in touch. We are proud to have Orion Labs as a team partner.”

In this short video, we ask MotoAmerica Superstock 1000 points-leader Jake Gagne 10 questions. You might be surprised by some of his responses!

In related news, Orion Labs has joined Gagne’s team, RoadRace Factory, as a new sponsor. The official team name is now RoadRace Factory/Orion. According to a press release issued by the team, Orion produces a line of wearable communication devices that sync wirelessly with your smartphone.

“At Orion, we love teams who do great things,” said Jesse Robbins, CEO and founder of Orion Labs. “All races are about great teamwork under pressure, and we’re particularly proud to support the RoadRace Factory team.”

Cameron Petersen RoadRace Factory MotoAmerica Supersport racer

In addition to Jake Gagne in Superstock 1000, the RoadRace Factory team fields Ben Young, Tomy Puerta, and Cameron Petersen (shown) in MotoAmerica’s Supersport class.

“We got to know the folks at Orion Labs a little while ago at Laguna Seca,” RoadRace Factory’s Danny Walker said. “Recently, we held a special American Supercamp event for them. They are true motorcycle racing fans, and when they wanted to come onboard, it was a no-brainer.

“We had a chance to try their devices during that Supercamp, and they were great,” Walker added. “We could talk to our instructors without having to hold our phones or radios. We’re looking forward to setting some up for our purposes on track so that we can all stay in touch from the pit wall, to the rig, to the media guy on track.

“These devices make it so easy to stay in touch. We are proud to have Orion Labs as a team partner.”

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