Todd Myers is no stranger to racing and over the last 19
seasons has racked up a handful of snocross and cross country championships. He
is also the founder of COR Powersports, a Christian based cross country circuit
in the Midwest. COR is the second largest cross
country organization in the US
and is growing rapidly. With focus on family, fun and faith, COR makes racing
affordable and accessible to anyone with a snowmobile.
Myers' primary focus will be to build a race program that
provides a strong presence for Curve Industries in all forms of snowmobile
racing, along with growing brand recognition by sponsoring some of the best
racers. In addition to exposing race teams to Curve XS skis, Myers will also
promote extensively Curve's relationship with Elka Suspension.
Elka, arguably one of the greatest dirt shocks from the Baja
1000 to GNCC, is new to the snow.
"If the races are happening in the ditches and woods of the Midwest, the mountains out West or the snocross tracks
nationwide, I want racers running Curve XS Skis and Elka shocks," Myers
said. "My goal for this race program is to get Curve and Elka products our
there in the hands of grassroots racers that desperately need the support.
While racers to some companies are just a burden or a number, to us they are
Myers has piloted a Curve XS-equipped sled for the past three
seasons and at the conclusion of the 2011 season, won two regional
championships, one for snocross and another for cross country. For the 2013 season
Myers will be racing the Cor Powersports series on a Yamaha Nytro outfitted
with Surve XS skis and Elka Stage 5 shocks.