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Motocross Rider Kyle & Everyday Noble Clothing partner
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Aug '12
As the sport of Motocross continues to reach new peaks of popularity, Everyday Noble Clothing is wasting no time growing its racing team to compete, adding a third rider this month in Foristell, Missouri native Kyle Hussey.

A pro from the age of 16, Hussey has been honing his skills since he was four years old. And now, some 15 years later, he’s excited to be joining a local team on the rise. “It’s pretty cool to be a part of a group that’s like family,” says Hussey. “I’m excited to grow with Everyday Noble Clothing as my career progresses, and now I can even up my class a bit with one of their v-necks.”

For Everyday Noble Clothing, Founder Josh Reed knew the caliber of rider his team was getting in Hussey. In recent years, Hussey has raced in the AMA Super Cross, Arena Cross, Outdoor Nationals and the Missouri State MX Series. But more than his obvious racing acumen, Reed was thrilled that yet another local rider decided to keep his talents in-state and represent Kansas City-based Everyday Noble Clothing in events throughout the country. “If you follow Motocross at all in this region, you’ve heard of Kyle Hussey,” says Reed. “His skills on the track speak for themselves.

“But it’s his passion for the sport and his desire to ride for a local team that made this a perfect fit for us.”

Behind the Everyday Noble Clothing Motocross Team is a streetwear brand that includes hoodies, snapbacks, tees and more. A quick glance at their website provides a glimpse into Reed’s vision, and perhaps an entire generation’s vision, for how we are to live each day. It’s for these enterprising individuals, for those like Hussey that never stop pursuing what they love, that Reed has crafted his line.

“The Everyday Noble Clothing brand is about having the courage to start something fresh and new, something that changes the game entirely,” says Reed. “But you can’t go very far or achieve very much without staying true to your roots.

“Kyle is the perfect example of that. Here’s this rider that has the whole Motocross world at his feet, and yet he chose to start the journey right here in Kansas City.”

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