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Mark Slover, his son Nate, and Tom Slover at the 2015 Northeast 24Hr Challenge  

What We Are About!

Mark Slover

Mark resides in coastal Massachusetts, using these lights multiple times per week.  He proved the Task Racing light's worthiness in the 2013 Perry Mountain 24 Hr. Challenge ( Enduro Race ).  One Helmet Light was all that was needed to secure a 2nd place finish in the Duo Class with his riding partner Mike.  They covered over 350 miles of tight trails  over a 24hr period and could barely walk for 2 weeks afterwards!  Mark races his 2013 KTM 350XCFW  in GNCC, JDay, and NETRA Hare Scrambles.       

Tom Slover

Tom has been an avid motorcycle enthusiast his whole life.  Active in road racing, enduro, adventure riding and ice racing.  He is an active part of his Moto On Ice racing club in Cedar Lake, IN and continues to fuel his passion for racing by attending local hare scrambles and Grand National Cross Country races around the US.  Tom rips it up on his XR284R, or his " tractor ",a 1979 KDX400A1. 

Task Racing is all about fun.  Riders of powersports are all about adventure.  They have fun riding their vehicles, being with friends, and sharing experiences.   The Moto Adventure Helmet Light helps extend the fun factor into the night hours, allowing those epic rides to continue!   Our lights are designed FOR riders , BY riders!  Whether you are riding dirt bikes, adventure bikes, quads, ATV/UTV, snowmobiles, snowboarding/skiing, hunting, mountain biking or other helmet sports, these lights will illuminate your way to some great and unique experiences!  

Anyone who night rides knows a good helmet light is critical.  Lights mounted on a vehicle can provide light, but can also be distracting to a rider as the vehicle absorbs bumps and turns.  What you are left with is a bouncing light in front of you, often pointing in the wrong direction.  Helmet lights solve this issue, allowing you to look to the corner, through the corner, and to the next corner---as it follows your eyes.  Mounting a helmet light onto your visor smooths out the light, as your body and legs absorb the bumps--  allowing the rider to see much better.   Our lights cast a broad flood over the terrain in front of you, basically turning night into day.   They are also fully adjustable- 4-Way--up/down/left/right, easily done while riding as the terrain presents itself.  Our low price point gives everybody a chance to enjoy the ride.  Have fun out there!!