HEY...LOOK OVER HERE!! Now that we have your attention, we've got a REALLY important announcement to make. Effective immediately, Shockworx (located in Trenton, MO) has acquired the suspension service, modification, and tuning department of Dirtworks Motorsports!
Shockworx is a new upstart company to the ATV industry, but it's owned and operated by Bart Thomas, who is no stranger to the race track. Bart has been offering a very successful ATV engine building and race prep program in the Midwest for years, and also has been competing himself, so he fully understands the on-track demands placed on a race quad. We've been needing to focus more on our fabrication side, and Bart had been wanting to increase his services offered to the race crowd, so the transaction just seemed to make perfect sense.
#1 Effective immediately, Shockworx/Bart Thomas is your new GO-TO guy for your suspension service and tuning needs. He owns all of our equipment, tuning resources , inventory, and has been spending ample time in training here, so there is no reason that he can't offer the same level of suspension services that we have for years.
#2 DIRTWORKS MOTORSPORTS IS NOT CLOSING!!! Actually,it's just the opposite. We are simply going to focus more on our fabrication department, and attempt to reduce the lead time that we have always had on the parts that we produce in house. And, hopefully be able to finish up development on some new products that we have never had time to complete before.
#3 SAVE THIS CONTACT INFO!
Shockworks/ Bart Thomas
1122 Oklahoma Ave.
#4 We owe a huge THANK YOU to all of the customers in the past that have chosen Dirtworks to be there suspension tuning company. Most racers would trust someone holding there children before they trust someone holding there shocks! HAHA So anytime we have had a customer trust us with their suspension, that is something that we don't take lightly.
#5 We never ask you guys to do this, but would you please share this update on your page? It would greatly help us get the word out and cut down on any confusion or misinformation? Thank You!