Our Roots with Racing

Here at Skid Steer Solutions, we understand passion and hard work. We apply both to our daily operations as the Trusted Equipment Source, and we recognize those same valuable traits in the world of Supercross and Moto Racing. Our owner and employees share deep roots in the racing realm and we are proud to reminisce about our sponsorship of the IB Corp Racing Team. The IB Corp Racing Team was a talented collection of competent and thrilling riders, who will pushed for podiums in the West Coast Lites Division. IB Corp Racing iwasmanaged by legend and champion Ryan “Ryno” Hughes, who applied his trademark tenacity and racing experience towards making IB Corp a team of finalists. The IB Corp Racing 250SX West Region team was stocked with accomplished riders, Justin Hoeft and Martin Castello.

IB Corp Racing with Skid Steer Solutions and Eterra

We partnered with the IB Corp Racing Team to bring equipment operators and Supercross fans alike an incredible, first-hand account of what it takes to prepare for and compete in Supercross. In April 2018, right before the Supercross race in Seattle, we were lucky enough to host the full IB Corp/Eterra/Skid Steer Solutions Racing Team. Our warehouse was overrun with bikes, mechanics, team managers, media, and professional riders. Martin Castello, Michael Leib, Blake Wharton and Noah McConahay were all given an up-close and personal tour of our facilities, our attachments, and our machines. It was an awesome time for our team of Supercross enthusiasts to see how a crew of professionals prepare for a big race, and all of the attention-to-detail that is required to operate at a high level. It's this same focus we strive to bring to our industry of skid steer attachments and tools, and it's heartening to see this passion exists within the IB Corp team as well. After a tour of our operation, we subjected the riders to a few interview questions, quizzed them on machines and attachments, and snapped a few photos to go along with our videos. The riders then geared up and hit the rainy tracks of Bellingham Washington, which turned out to be excellent preparation for the rain to come in Seattle.