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Supercross Team Solitaire Reps SLAYER With New Riding Gear

The bikes unfortunately do not scream SLAYERRRRRR.

If you're a fan of Slayer and supercross, you're going to love this! Team Solitaire, the supercross team sponsored by Nuclear Blast, is currently repping some Slayer out there on the tracks. The team most recently wore the gear at the Monster Energy AMA Supercross in Atlanta, GA, though Chris Elliott of Team Solitaire recently told VitalMX this isn't the first time they've done so.

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“This isn’t the first time we’ve ran a SLAYER themed race and it won’t be the last. This round is the one I always have circled on my calendar," said Elliott. "Fans love it and our social media always goes crazy over this stuff! But we can’t take all the credit, it’s only possible with all of our amazing partners believing in us and helping us make this happen.

"Being that the gear is the main focal point, we worked closely with Nuclear Blast and Leatt to create what we feel is some rad looking tribute gear. From there Shades of Gray slayed the helmet, Throttle Syndicate threw down on the one off graphics and helped ODI come up with a one of a kind blood spattered bar pad. Guts Racing was the finishing touch with their grey, black, and red seat cover."

Check out the gear below.

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