Team RMATV/MC-KTM-WPS Announces 2021 Rider Lineup
Team Rocky Mountain ATV/MC-KTM-WPS is proud to announce its team lineup for the 2021 racing season.
For the new year, the team welcomes #17 Joey Savatgy under the tent alongside returning rider, #19 Justin Bogle. Both will be aboard a Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Factory KTM 450SX-F motorcycle, ready to contend for the 450cc premier class podiums, wins and titles. Team RMATVMC-KTM-WPS will compete in the 2021 AMA Supercross Championship and Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship.
Forrest Butler, Team Owner:
“I am excited to announce our 2021 lineup with Justin and Joey. This has been a rough year for everyone – a lot of massive unknowns, but we are truly grateful for our sports of supercross and motocross, and that we are going racing. I feel both guys are not just riding very well, but they are both extremely happy and enjoying the opportunity they have with the team. And with how tough what we do is, enjoying what you’re doing is key right now.”
The 2021 season will mark the team’s fifth year with Rocky Mountain ATV/MC as the its title sponsor and both parties couldn’t be happier. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC has proven to elevate the team to the next level, and there are no plans of slowing down now. This year will also mark the team’s ninth year working with Factory KTM as its OEM partner, and also an incredible 15th year with FLY Racing and Western Power Sports (WPS). It has been quite the journey for the squad that started in 2004 as Butler Brothers MX. That same group is now proud to be team: Rocky Mountain ATV/MC-KTM-WPS.
“We are proud to continue serving as the title sponsor of Team Rocky Mountain ATV/MC-KTM-WPS,” said Dan Thomas, CEO and Founder of Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. “Supporting this sport is important to us, and our sponsorship of such a talented team is just one way of demonstrating that. The team has an incredible group of sponsors, strong management, and gifted riders that are going to work hard to make 2021 one of the best seasons yet. We’re excited to be a part of the team and to see what the future holds for Joey Savatgy and Justin Bogle.”