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CyclePump Expedition Building the CyclePump tire inflator since 2002 and selling more than 30,000 units around the world, BestRest Products recently released their newest version, the “CyclePump Expedition.” The Expedition is housed in an aluminum case featuring rubber armor to protect the unit from shock and abuse and keep dirt out. The new unit features an 18” air hose with two brass chuck options, an 8’ power cord with four connection options, and fused alligator clips that connect to any 12-volt battery. All of this is stored in a Cordura pouch. The CyclePump Expedition is built in the USA, includes a


lifetime warranty and carries an MSRP of $115-$130, depending on air chuck chosen. For more information, visit www.cyclepump.com.


Held's new Sereena gloves for women Properly fitting gear is of the utmost importance to any motorcyclist, and that’s why Held designs a wide range of riding gear specifically for women, the newest of which is the Sereena glove. The Sereena’s goatskin exterior and SAS-TEC® knuckle reinforcements offer protection while remaining tac- tile. Inside, the OUTLAST® lining, interior step seam construction and stretch fabric panels offer a comfortable, flexible fit and make the glove a good choice for a wide range of motorcyclists, including daily commuters and long distance tourers.


Offered in a wide range of women’s sizes, including long or short sizes by special order, Held’s Sereena gloves are now available through Held USA dealers. For more information, visit www.HeldUSA.com.


Meet Jim Keesee, BMW MOA Regional Coordinator


The BMW MOA’s newest Regional Coordinator is Jim Keesee #29436 of Spokane Valley, Washington.


Keesee joined the MOA and his first chartered club, The Left Lane, in 1982 when he


bought a 1974 R 90/6 while serving in the United States Air Force. The Left Lane was made up of civilians and multi-national military members stationed throughout Europe. Following his Air Force retirement, Keesee worked as a healthcare project manager


while raising his two children with his wife Debbie. Recently retired, Keesee says he now has the time to pursue his passions for spending time with his family, travel riding and volunteering. “I’m honored to have been selected as the MOA’s Regional Coordinator for the Pacific


Northwest and look forward to serving the riders, chartered clubs and dealers in my area,” he said.


June 2016 BMW OWNERS NEWS 35


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