AMSOIL is changing the hours of operation of their Canadian and US distribution centers to (hopefully) provide more convenience for wholesale customers that pick up orders.  These new operating hours come into effect on February 4th, 2013 and are as follows:

  • Monday 9am-7pm
  • Tuesday to Friday 9am-5:30pm
  • Closed weekends and holidays

The following warehouses are affected:

Canada

  • Mississauga, Ontario
  • Edmonton, Alberta

United States

  • Anchorage, AK
  • Chicago, IL
  • Columbus, OH
  • Dallas, TX
  • Lancaster, PA
  • Las Vegas, NV
  • Orlando, FL
  • Portland, OR
  • Richmond, VA
  • Wichita, KS

New hours for main Superior, Wisconsin warehouse:

  • Monday 8am-7pm
  • Monday to Friday 8am-4:30pm

Keep in mind that only AMSOIL wholesale customers can pick up orders directly at these warehouses. If you live near one of these locations and would like to pick up direct to save the shipping, we can set you up. It doesn’t get any better than wholesale prices and zero shipping. Questions? Just use the contact form at the top of this page.

Update! Check out Kyle Biro’s interview with MXP Magazine!

With a successful 2012 motocross season in the bag, Moose Jaw’s Kyle and Jarret Biro are already working hard in preparation for the 2013 campaign. Both riders achieved top five finishes at the Canadian national championships and Kyle finished tenth overall at the prestigious Loretta Lynn’s Amateur National in Tennessee. We featured Kyle’s fierce Kawasaki 112cc Super Mini racer a few months back.

For 2013 Jarret will race in the 85cc and Super Mini classes. Kyle graduates from the small wheel classes to a 2013 Yamaha YZ125. Both riders will be in contention at the Canadian nationals once again. The major emphasis will be on qualifying for an appearance at Loretta Lynn’s. Loretta’s is the absolute pinnacle of amateur motocross and could be considered the de facto world championship of this category.

Biro Racing’s season starts in February as they head to Texas for training. They start racing in early spring at Loretta’s qualifiers in the northern US. Biro Racing has once again obtained support from AMSOIL for next season. They have enjoyed flawless performance from Amsoil Dominator Synthetic 2-Cycle Racing Oil in their engines and Amsoil 10W-40 Synthetic Motorcycle Oil in their transmissions. Biro Racing sent us this nice print in gratitude for support over the past season.

Biro Racing 2012 Sponsorship Poster

 

As snowmobile season gets into full swing, riders new to the AMSOIL product line may have questions as to which synthetic 2-stroke oil to use. The default choice for recreational/high-performance 2-stroke sleds equipped with variable exhaust power valves is Interceptor Synthetic 2-Cycle Oil.

Astute riders will also notice that AMSOIL offers the similarly priced DOMINATOR Synthetic 2-Cycle Racing Oil. With Dominator being a “racing” oil designed to deliver the ultimate in wear control, some may wonder why this wouldn’t be a better candidate for all-round snowmobile use.

The answer is “not necessarily”. Let’s explore the pros and cons of these options in our article Should I Use AMSOIL Interceptor or Dominator 2-Stroke Oil?