Anthony’s Leatherworks isn’t your everyday shoe repair place, as noted by the KTM RC 390 in one window and the racing leathers in the other. 

MotoAmerica has announced that Anthony’s Leatherworks has signed on to be a sponsorship partner of the 2020 MotoAmerica Series.

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.

“We take the time to determine what your needs are and work to achieve perfection in the finished product,” said Anthony’s Leatherworks owner Greg Sermabeikian. “Precision, efficiency and personalized service are the standards Anthony’s Leatherworks consistently achieves.”

Part of Anthony Leatherworks’ sponsorship is providing a drop-off option for customers at each of the 10 MotoAmerica rounds. Customers looking to get their garments repaired can drop off the leathers at a pre-determined spot 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.

“We’re happy to welcome Anthony’s Leatherworks as a sponsor for the 2020 MotoAmerica season,” said MotoAmerica’s Lance Bryson. “The craftsmen at Anthony’s are topnotch and they definitely know their way around a set of leathers. While leathers protect us when we crash, they also need a bit of TLC to get them fixed and back to the way they looked pre-crash. Anthony’s Leatherworks takes care of all that. But that’s not all. They basically can do anything when it comes to either fixing or altering a set of leathers.”

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