With the brainstorming and catchiest tagline, “Lighter, Stronger, faster.” Method wheels have introduced a different and unique style of aftermarket rims in the automobile industry. It provides an approach of standing alone with full confidence. Its tagline is enough to sound more confident, the flag of development and spread a deep-rooted message of ravishing designs along with the use of modern technology.
Temecula in California is its manufacturing city. It’s made up of racing lovers and enthusiasts who always want something faster, lighter, and stylish. With the thought of looking beyond the easily understandable ideas of manufacturing, the Method race tires offer aggressive designs and are equipped with all possible modern technology.
The aftermarket wheels and RIM is introduced from a DirtStar ST-X edge with highlighting the 7000 series rejected aluminum and uniquely wrapped up with super excellent Troy Lee Rocket Red tone with two-tone METHOD realistic and hard covered matte completion. The last assembly happened at the TROY LEE/RED BULL/GASGAS Factory Racing Team central command in Murrieta, California.
The group joins the R.I.M. to an Italian-produced KITE 6082-T6 Billet Aluminum Hub. The center of KITE is anodized red and utilizes Japanese Koyo Bearings. Wedding everything to the center are KITE Heavy-Duty Stainless-Steel spokes with billet aluminum areolas.
Over the mid-year, Method Race Wheels revealed its R.I.M. Proto Project, which saw Haiden Deegan debut the spic and span’s drive at the AMA Amateur Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch. The wheels were a hit, and we’ve been holding back to perceive how they’d follow it up from that point forward. All things considered, the stand-by is completed! Technique and DirtStar have quite recently declared their company with Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/GasGas Factory Racing for what they’re calling R.I.M. Gen II.
One rider who’s developing the new program is Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/GasGas Factory Racing rider Justin Barcia. Technique Race Wheels and D.I.D DirtStar have collaborated with the TLD/RED BULL/GASGAS Factory Racing Team to move forward with the select R.I.M. Proto Project with it listed the 2nd portion the R.I.M. Gen II. With the combining backing of D.I.D DirtStar, the advancement program of Method of the two-wheel called “R.I.M.” (articulated R-I-M] uses the brand’s first-class competitors and adjusts them to marquee events to grandstand every interesting wheel. The GASGAS Factory Team is siphoned to disclose the most recent rendition of this super selective R.I.M Proto Project.
“Past stirred up going into Anaheim 1 having Methods on my race bicycle,” Barcia says. “They look so stunt that everyone will be mind-blown when we go out there. Presently, my certainty right is through the rooftop. I will go out there and race hard, have a great time, and move forward to work with Method Race Wheels.”
Group manager Troy Lee himself is stirred up to be a piece of the decided undertaking and had the option to have something to do with a notable piece of the plan interaction.
“It’s been unremarkably cool to work with Method on the R.I.M. project,” Lee says. “I was stirred up to infuse one of my beloved tones, ‘Rocket Red,” onto them. I think people will be blown away at Anaheim 1 when they know how bitchin’ our racing automobiles look shaking these Method Race Wheels. What’s more, I can hardly wait to get a dose of these for my own car!”
Adds Clayton Solis from D.I.D., “D.I.D DirtStar is inconceivably geared up for Gen II release of the R.I.M. project and the combinations they’ve created with Method Race Wheels to carry novel energy to the bike business. They’re stirred up to move forward with their company with the TLD/Red Bull GasGas Factory Racing Team and to work with them on this. We can hardly wait to show it off at A1!”
Also, with respect to particulars on the actual wheel? The R.I.M. Gen II uses D.I.D. DirtStar’s greatest Japanese-made ST-X edge, created from 7000 Series unwanted aluminum and solely got done with Troy Lee’s super brilliant Rocket Red tone. A stunt two-tone Method realistic and hard-covered matte completion balance the look. The last meeting of both parties happened stateside at the Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/GasGas Factory Racing camp in Murrieta, California. The group consolidates the R.I.M. with an Italian-fabricated KITE 6082-T6 Billet Aluminum Hub, which is anodized red and uses the direction of Japanese Koyo. Combining everything to the one is Bulldog Heavy Duty 304 tempered steel spokes with billet aluminum areolas.