FEB 13, 2019

Dustin Jones makes his KMC Wheels racing debut with a win at the 2019 Best in the Desert Parker 250

KMC Wheels, one the largest wheel providers in off-road racing, is excited to welcome Dustin Jones, Factory Can Am racer to the team. Along with his UTV World Championship, Jones is a Mint 400 winner, a Pro UTV XC Champion, and Multi Class Pro ATV mud racing champion.

“Racing has always been a dream of mine and is my true passion. For me, it’s the purest form of competition because it’s just you and the machine against all of the other competitors. This is what drives me to compete,” said Jones. “With so many opportunities during a race for something to happen, our race team’s primary goal is to eliminate as many variables as we can and trust the products we are running.”

Jones will be running KMC Wheels on his race vehicle throughout the 2019 race season. ”KMC has become a huge part of our program and the confidence I have running their wheels means we’ll never have to worry about them during a race. It’s one failure point that I can confidently and proudly check off the list!” Jones said of the new season. “Beyond that, S3 Power Sports and S3 Racing is proud to align with a company such as KMC because of what they represent in the industry and the quality of their wheels. KMC has always been a strong name in Off-Road racing and S3 is proud to represent KMC in the most prestigious Off-Road races in North America!”


“We’re thrilled that Dustin Jones has joined the KMC Off-Road team of athletes,” says Scott Cobett, Marketing Director for Wheel Pros. ”Jones is an accomplished driver with a phenomenal record and we can’t wait to see what he can do with KMC Wheels behind him.”

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Images – Daniel Schenkelberg Photography

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