RIVA Racing is Open For Business

After two-plus-months of mandatory shut down for fear of spreading a relatively unknown virus to the most susceptible members of society, we’re finally seeing large swathes of the nation retract its more confining restrictions. While federal restrictions have been lifted, states’ governors are left to decide the best course of action for their respective citizens. Florida’s Ron DeSantis recently announced a grueling 60 day extension of the state’s Phase 1 precautions.

While potentially destructive economic results may result from this, others are desperately pushing to “return to normal” by continuing to produce goods and offer services. One such is RIVA Racing. As folks are constrained to their homes, RIVA’s been seeing massive spikes in web traffic and even phone inquiries to its tech and service lines, but many are afraid that orders simply won’t be fulfilled. Not so! In a recent phone call with RIVA President, Dave Bamdas, he assured, “RIVA Racing is open for business! Our team is filling orders, answering emails and calls and are ready to help you have the best season possible.”

Whether you’re looking to swap out broken or faded plastics with factory-correct replacements, increase your PWC’s handling prowess or acceleration, or itching to pick up a few more miles-per-hour, RIVA Racing’s team is ready to discuss your performance goals! RIVA’s staff of performance experts is there to support you with professional advice on your PWC project. And don’t think that their R&D team have taking this time off, either. Massive gains have been achieved on their private test lake, and RIVA Racing will be rolling out some awesome new products for Yamaha and Sea-Doo runabouts in the coming weeks and months!

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Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – kevin.shaw@shawgroupmedia.com Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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