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WPS Adds HiPer Technology Wheels to ATV/UTV Catalog


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HiPer Carbon Composite beadlock wheels
HiPer Carbon Composite beadlock wheels
Boise, ID – December 19, 2014 – WPS is pleased to announce the addition of HiPer Technology wheels to its ATV/UTV catalog. HiPer Carbon Composite 14" beadlock wheels are the lightest, strongest, highest performing wheels available for side-by-sides and utility all-terrain vehicles. The wheels have been proven in the toughest race conditions around the world, including the famous Dakar Rally and Baja 1000. Utilizing HiPer’s proven carbon composite technology; the Fusion and Sidewinder are unlike any wheel on the market and are proudly made in the USA.

“We are excited to have WPS as a distributor of the HiPer brand,” said HiPer Technology’s Glenn Merchant. “It’s a great fit for our company and we look forward to building a profitable future.”

HiPer wheels are available in single beadlock or dual beadlock versions. The 14-inch diameter wheel weighs less than most available wheels, which allows owners the benefits (such as improved acceleration and braking) without the power-draining weight increases of traditional 14-inch aluminum wheels. HiPer Fusion wheels come with a precision machined 6061 billet center to give it the added strength; while the Sidewinder comes with a cast center.

HiPer Technology wheels are expected to arrive in WPS warehouses around January 2015. For information about WPS and its growing list of brands and product offerings, visit: wps-inc.com.

About WPS Distributing

Boise, Idaho based WPS (Western Power Sports, Inc.) distributes over 120,000 products; including offroad and street motorcycle, ATV and UTV, snowmobile, and watercraft parts and accessories to dealers nationwide. Currently one of the fastest growing nationwide delivery systems of powersports industry products, WPS distributes products through its regional warehouse network; with locations in Boise, Idaho; Fresno, California; Memphis, Tennessee; Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, and Ashley, Indiana.


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