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Sep 10, 2010

Track Day Provider Merges With Motorcycle And Auto Customization Shop

Boston Moto, a motorcycle trackday provider and Landrics Customs, a full service motorcycle and car customization company have agreed to merge, bringing together two of the North East's most highly respected companies in their field.

"The timing could not be better for our two companies to join forces. Both Landrics Customs and Boston Moto are rising stars in the North East motorsports scene with a mutual commitment to providing an unmatched level of customer service," said Scott Lian, principal partner with Boston Moto.

Landrics Boston Moto will be expanding beyond trackdays to provide full service repair, tuning and customization services for motorcycles and cars at their new shop adjacent to suspension tuning specialists GMD Computrack Boston, at 11 Summer Street in Bellingham, MA.

After hearing the news, Peter Kates, owner of GMD Computrack Boston replied, "GMD would like to welcome Landrics Boston Moto to the neighborhood. We are looking forward to opening day and wish them all success now and in the future."

Fellow Boston Moto partner Derek Sinclair added, "Boston Moto is growing in customer base every year, and with a successful trackday business, we were looking to expand into the race tuning and motorcycle repair field. Landrics Customs is a relatively new motorsport vehicle repair and customization shop that is creating a big buzz in the area. The fit is perfect for our two companies to merge, and I believe the power of one will be greater than the sum of the parts."

Richard Moscoffian, president and founder of Landrics Customs said, "The aim of the merger is to provide a one-stop shop for avid racers and everyday street riders alike. From track to street, we will provide our customers with the paint job and tuning services to make any bike stand out from the crowd both at local bike nights and in the pits."

A new website and details on a grand opening will be released shortly.