Welcome to the dirt series official safety team page
Safety Team Partners
CPR and More was started in 2008 in Rancho Cucamonga. This was because Chris Siska had noticed that the area was severely underserved with quality CPR instructors. The business was started as a part time side business while Chris was working as an EMT (Emergency Medical Technician). After a while, Chris realized that this good be a good way to make a living and was a great way to help his fellow man. He took the necessary classes to become an instructor and got to business.
At first, the classes were mainly for friends and friends of friends. Then calls started coming in from all over. Not wanting to disappoint anyone he accepted any one who called and business started. After almost 3 years of teaching CPR and First Aid Chris realized that he needed to move the business forward. So he filed for incorporation and received an LLC certification in November of 2010.
After that CPR and More LLC. signed up with the American Safety and Health Institute as a training center. This gave CPR and More the flexibility to grow. They opened a training center in Rancho Cucamonga in March of 2011.
Currently, CPR and More brought on board a Medical Director (Nancy Siska) to ensure that the highest standards are upheld. Also, they brought on a sales rep. to help facilitate business and to let Chris focus on teaching classes.
As of today, CPR and More is busy helping to teach people how to save a life. They are looking for any opportunity to help.
Over the last quarter of a century EVS Sports has become the leader in innovation and advanced technology, developing head to toe products for the majority of today's extreme sports athletes. What started out as one knee brace has evolved into an extensive line of knees braces, neck supports, helmets, chest/back protection and a long list of protective gear products to keep any athlete safe when doing what they love. We pour the same amount of dedication and determination into our products as you do into becoming the best that you can possibly be.
Ask any Racer or Racing Enthusiast what PCI means and they will tell you, it means Quality, Service and Support. You won't find a higher quality part, PCI has been the innovator in racing communications for over 40 years. FORTY YEARS! It started in 1972, Bob put communications in the vehicles of Bill Stroppe, Joe MacPherson and Walker Evans. At the 1974 Mint 400, he sent up three weather balloons with five hundred feet of coax attached and the first successful radio relay from a pit was made. It is believed that it was Joe MacPherson who couldn’t remember his name, so he dubbed him “Weatherman” on the radio. The rest is history and Bob’s iconic status has been reached through nearly half a century of work with the communications company he founded, PCI Race Radios.
40 Years later, Bob "Weatherman" Steinberger is still the voice on the radio at 3am in Baja. He provides radio relay for the SCORE Baja Races and this year is coming back to the Mint 400. His Son, Scott Steinberger has been racing since 1983 and continues to run the family business. Scott's racing experience combined with decades of engineering the products we sell, allows us to develop and support products the competition only dreams about. Ask anyone about their PCI system in their race car, boat or XP1K, they will all tell you it's light years ahead of the competition.
PCI prides itself on a dedicated staff of Off-Road enthusiasts that eat, sleep, live and breathe this stuff. We are Racing and Desert Enthusiasts. When you call us and ask us about a product, we can give you hands on recommendations because it's what we use on our Dirt Bikes, Quads, Race Cars, Trucks, Raptors, RZR's, Maverick's and Boats. We're not a fly by night company trying to make a buck, we are dedicated to this industry and generously support every sanctioning body, land use advocate group and racer to the best of our ability.
Lockstraps are not only for your motorcycle or ATV but From boats to tools to bicycles to luggage to planes to wheelchairs to music equipment, our customers are dreaming up new uses for our products daily. At Lockstraps, we have a saying, “A thousand uses and counting!”
Lockstraps are 8.5 feet long, 1.5 inches wide, and weigh 3 pounds each. Now you can secure motorcycles, tools, equipment, bicycles, ice chests, bbq’s, aviation, marine, power-sports..…anything, you name it… in less than a minute. Each strap is sold individually and can be found world wide.