Mission King Of The Baggers racer Frankie Garcia is a customer of Anthony’s Leatherworks. Photo by Brian J. Nelson

MotoAmerica, the premier motorcycle road racing series in North America, has announced that Anthony’s Leatherworks is again an official partner for the 2023 MotoAmerica Championship for a fourth successive season.

Based in Corona del Mar, California, Anthony’s Leatherworks has been in the business of leather repair, alterations and restoration service for over 25 years and is the preferred leather repair center for Dainese, Alpinestars, REV’IT!, Spidi, AGV Sport and Mithos. Anthony’s Leatherworks is also a business member of the AMA and prides itself on giving customers a superior service of leather repair that is required and demanded in the industry.

Anthony’s Leatherworks specializes in motorcycle racing leathers and its services include full reconditioning, dyeing, minor and major repair jobs, accessory replacement, alterations, section replacement, crash-damage repair and custom laser leather engraving and cutting. Anthony’s can also add all the required MotoAmerica patches on suits – either standard patches or those made of leather.

As part of Anthony Leatherworks’ sponsorship agreement, they will again be providing a drop-off option for customers at each of the 10 MotoAmerica rounds in 2022. Customers looking to get their garments repaired can drop off the leathers at the MotoAmerica hospitality tent, and they will be shipped back to California on the Monday after the races for repair. Upon completion of the repair, the leathers will then be shipped back to the customer.

“Four years ago, we started working with Anthony’s Leatherworks and its drop-off option at our events for our riders and our motorcycle-riding fans who can’t easily get to the shop in Southern California,” said Lance Bryson, MotoAmerica’s Director of Sponsorship. “It has proven to be a popular option as it is an easy and effective way to get your repairs completed. Anthony’s owner Greg (Sermabeikian) has been a wonderful partner of ours and we’re looking forward to another successful season in 2023.”

“We feel like we are part of the MotoAmerica family as we are in our fourth season as a partner,” said Anthony’s Leatherworks owner Greg Sermabeikian. “The series continues to grow, and we’re excited to be a part of it and grow with MotoAmerica. MotoAmerica’s fans and its riders make up a big part of our business and we’re excited for another year of great racing.”