HyperLite Moto was founded in Vermont by Scott Armstrong in 2021 as a commercial outlet for the high performance parts he developed along the way to lightening his personal Honda CRF250F by 20+ lbs and his Montesa 4RT by 22 lbs.
Scott has been riding motorcycles for over 40 years and has competed in 200+ events in Hare Scrambles, Road Racing, Flat track, Motocross, and Moto Trials. He is a New England Flat Track Champion and was also ranked 7th nationally in Pro-Am road racing.
Scott has been a serial entrepreneur in the motorcycle industry for 17+ years. In 2006 he founded Moto Connection, a multi-line retail motorcycle dealership with over 400 motorcycles sold and 1000+ units serviced in his many years of ownership. It was during this time that Scott had the unique privilege and opportunity to ride almost every brand and model of enduro and trials motorcycles from the model years 1996 thru 2020 all on the same test course. These experiences allowed Scott to understand exactly what are the best features of every design in the market - knowing clearly what works and what doesn't - which helps him today create the most innovative and best performing parts available.
In 2014 Scott established a new company - Moto AJP, formed for the exclusive North American import and distribution of the AJP brand of enduro/rally motorcycles built in Portugal. This is when Scott really polished up his R&D skills for building lightweight high performance parts & motorcycles, and in doing so created some very unique AJP models exclusively for the US market. After a successful run of almost 5 years, he then sold the AJP business to a company out West and turned his focus towards his family and consulting in the motorcycle industry.
During the last few years, Scott's vision of building lightweight, high performance off-road motorcycles is beginning to bear fruit. In 2021, he started manufacturing his own line of motorcycle hard parts true to his goals under the "Bremer" brand name. The products offered on our HyperLite Moto website are hopefully just the first step towards fulfilling his vision...