New for the upcoming 2018 Mopar Canadian Superbike race season, Collingwood’s own professional motorcycle road racer, Ben Young, is to partner with Barrie Trim & Mouldings, a family owned and operated business providing high quality interior trim, doors, stairs, railings and hardware.
Barrie Trim & Mouldings was founded in 1985, and since then has remained family owned. They pride themselves in providing Simcoe county and surrounding area with exceptional customer service and products of the highest quality. The team at BTM can supply and install products from a wide range of well-known manufacturers such as Schlage, Emtek, Metrie, Upper Canada and many more. They also provide an online pricing link, where house plans can be uploaded, then pricing is provided for trim, doors, stairs and railings. Both Barrie Trim & Mouldings and Ben Young Racing are looking forward to a successful partnership for the upcoming season.
“I am pumped that Barrie Trim & Mouldings are joining our team for this upcoming season,” said Young. “The Barrie family owned company have been involved in the 4-wheel racing world in the past, so it’s awesome to see them get a taste of the fastest 2 wheeled variety through the CSBK Championship. I can’t wait to get the season started and provide the results and coverage they deserve”.
For more information regarding Barrie Trim & Mouldings, visit their website at www.barrietrim.com, or give them a call at 705-739-2200, or 1-800-265-3465. The showroom is located just off the 400 and Mapleview drive, at 52 Saunders Road, Barrie, L4N 9A8.
Young’s partners for his 2018 CSBK season include; Scot-Build Developments, BMW Motorrad Canada, AXO Racing, Arai Helmets, Hindle Exhaust, Motion Pro, SBS Racing, Bickle Racing, Woodcraft, Liqui Moly, ACF-50, and Barrie Trim and Mould. Ben Young Racing Team consists of Steve Weir, Willie Vass and Scott Cartier.
As a proud rider for “Laps for Muscular Dystrophy” (Laps4MD), Young has pledged to donate $1 for every lap he leads to Muscular Dystrophy Canada, to help make a difference in the lives of over 50,000 Canadians affected by a neuromuscular disorder.
To keep up-to-date with Ben throughout the year, visit; www.BenYoungRacing.com, www.facebook.com/BenYoungRacing and on Twitter and Instagram @benyoung_86
From a press release