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Polygon Team sweeps the board in Asia

The Polygon Factory Team, a Marzocchi partner, was very successful in June at the BSX Open and the UKDI 2011 #4. Ditra Pranata from Indonesia started at the BSX Open in Yogyakarta, Indonesia from June 11th-12th. Riding on his Polygon Cozmik DX 4.0 he won the Downhill Men’s Elite Class Race.

Polygon Team sweeps the board in Asia Pranata also started one week later at the UKDI 2011 #4 Series in Pandaan, East Java (also Indonesia) where he became 4th in the Men’s Elite Class. The short distance of just 1.7 km forced a very speedy and tehnical driven race. His team mates Afos Katana (2nd) and Newcomer and youngest rider in the field Agung Fambudi (1st) even  could handle the very dry and dusty course better. A great success for the Polygon riders.


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