The Trick-Tools Racing Pro Stock Motorcycle team will feature Baileigh Industrial on their White Alligator Racing entry at the Dodge Power Brokers NHRA U.S. Nationals and throughout the Countdown to the Championship. The Manitowoc, Wis.-based manufacturer of metal fabrication and woodworking tools is a longtime part of the Trick-Tools product offering.
“We've been selling Baileigh equipment since Chase was a toddler,” said Trick-Tools owner Bruce Van Sant, whose son, Chase, rides the Trick-Tools Suzuki and is a prominent contender for NHRA’s Rookie of the Year award. “We're really excited to be racing with the NHRA and bringing awareness of Trick-Tools and Baileigh Industrial to the NHRA fans, racers, and marketing partners.
“Baileigh produces a wide variety of tools and equipment and are one of our top product lines. We focus on their U.S.-manufactured products at Trick-Tools, and they definitely qualify for our No-Junk Guarantee. We sell a lot of their tube bending machines and metal forming and shaping equipment, so it's really a super good fit for what we do at Trick-Tools, and we're really pleased to have them on board for this season or longer. We've actually installed a lot of their machines in race shops for chassis manufacturing, helping guys build race-car chassis better and more quickly.”
“We are excited about the partnership with Trick-Tools Racing," said Jeffrey Taylor, central region director of sales for Baileigh parent company JPW Industries. "Trick-Tools and Baileigh Industrial both have a long history of providing customers with solutions and high-quality tools for chassis building and a variety of other racing support functions. The partnership was a natural fit, and we are excited to see Chase and the team continue to build on their success in the NHRA!”