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Team MultiCam Video Series: Kyle Defoor

Friday, May 26th, 2017

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The next installment of the Team MultiCam Video Series highlights Naval Special Operations veteran Kyle Defoor. Words like dedication, discipline, precision and drive personify Kyle. He honored our country post 9/11 as a sniper on SEAL Team 8. Since retiring, Kyle created Defoor Proformance Shooting where he teaches various shooting techniques to military, law enforcement and civilians. He is truly thankful for what the Navy gave him.

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To give back, he has been raising money through his GoFundMe page for the Navy SEAL Foundation who provides immediate and ongoing support and assistance to the Naval Special Warfare community and their families. Please help Kyle raise as much money as possible for the NSF by spreading the word and donating today. Thank you.

Kyle’s GoFundMe page: www.gofundme.com/KDTeamMC

Team MultiCam Supported By goTenna In Baja

Saturday, November 14th, 2015

GoTenna

MultiCam is excited to announce that off-grid communications company goTenna will be supporting the team at the 2015 SCORE Baja 1000. goTenna is a peer-to-peer communication device that enables messaging and sharing GPS locations on offline maps by smartphone, even when cell service or wifi are unavailable. Rider Jeff Benrud and the team will be outfitted with the devices, and will be using them to track Jeff and communicate within the team during the race. With Baja having minimal cell signal these devices are a welcomed addition to the team’s communications kit. The goTenna team is excited to support Jeff and his crew for the grueling Ironman category run!

multicampattern.com/team-multicam-supported-by-gotenna-in-baja

Team MultiCam at the Red Bull Romaniacs

Sunday, July 20th, 2014

Team MultiCam in action at the Romaniacs

Made up of a crew of British Soldiers, Team MultiCam has been participating all week in the annual Red Bull Romaniacs motorcycle enduro rally in Sibiu, Romania. Prior to the four day rally in the Carpathian Mountains of Transylvania the team must pass a series of Enduro Trials obstacles along the streets of Sibiu.

Prolog

This Prolog determines the starting order for the next four days in the mountains where each stage of the rally can range from 60 to 120 miles per day through the roughest natural terrain imaginable pushing man and machine to the absolute limit.

Team MultiCam uniforms

As you can see, the team is outfitted in custom MultiCam riding gear, including helmets with art by HydroGraphics Inc and Image Craft.

Team MultiCam Helmets

Here are the video recaps of the first three days of racing.

Day 1 Prolog

Day 2

Day 3

Be sure to follow www.facebook.com/multicampattern for the latest updates.

Team MultiCam bikes

And oh yeah, one of the bikes will be auctioned off during SHOT Show 2015 to raise funds for charity. We’ll pass along details as soon as they are available.