Post Malone Crocs, which has been in business for more than 20 years, is one of the most sought-after brands in the world.
The company’s post drivers are used in many of the world’s most prestigious motorcycle and motorcycle touring markets, including the UK, Europe, Asia and Australia.
It’s one of just three brands to win the award, along with Harley-Davidson and Kawasaki.
“We love to be part of the motorcycling world,” Post Malone’s founder, Peter Ponsor, told HuffPost in a statement.
“There is a reason we’re the world-famous post driver, and it’s because we deliver the best experiences for riders.
And our drivers can deliver them with the kind of attention to detail that makes them a part of our culture.”
Ponsors said he started Post Malone in 2006 when he was in the process of buying his first motorcycle.
The post driver has been used in over 30 countries across the world, Ponsoras said.
“I always wanted to make something I could sell, and I’ve always wanted a brand that delivers,” he said.
The Post Malone post drivers have been used by many motorcycle touring and touring-related brands in recent years.
They are a key part of a rider’s experience when riding, and they also make it easier to book a ride, he said, adding that the drivers’ expertise helps them be better equipped to handle the conditions.
“The post drivers work tirelessly to ensure our riders get the best possible ride every time they arrive at the venue, which is why we continue to be the most successful post drivers in the industry,” Ponsora said.
Post Malone is a proud member of the B-Class motorcycle touring series, the company’s longest-running touring series in the UK.
The franchise has also won the award multiple times in the US, Canada and the Netherlands.
The brand has more than 3,000 post drivers worldwide.
The new Post Malone Driver Award is given annually to a new driver who has been part of Post Malone for three years or more.
It will be presented on November 22 at the Honda Grand Prix of California in Anaheim, California.
“Post Malone drivers have always delivered,” Poonas said.
This year, Post Malone will be in the mix for the prestigious award, too.