Ten Inches of Fun Video Premiere and Industry Mini Motard RaceThursday, May 18, 2006 | 5:21 AM
Sacramento, CA May 19, 2006 – Steep Hill Media presents their newest title “10 Inches of Fun”. Video premiere party is Friday, May 19th at 7:00 PM at the elite indoor kart facility, Race Place Motorsports in Sacramento. RPM is located just minutes from the Hangtown track. This is the beginning installment of many things to come in the mini world. Video contains footage from the Mini Arena Cross events, street riding, jumping off buildings, beautiful Umbrella Girls and about ten minutes of wrecks. Plus a new technology no other DVD has had. “We teamed up with a little tech company and when you’re done watching the video you can place the DVD in your CD-ROM of your computer. With this you will receive updates and new clips every few weeks, plus catalogs from our sponsors and coupons too”, says executive producer Brent Davis. Watch our preview clip and order direct at www.10inchesdvd.com.
With the assistance of one of our video sponsors, Fast50s, we have gathered twelve stock 50s with bar kits and Motard tires. Bikes will be provided for the many industry and MX Superstars in town for the race. With transponders on the bikes we will have accurate data on who the best Mini Motard rider is. Be prepared for a few side bets and some excuses.
Race Place Motorsports is located off HWY 50 just West of Prairie City. Take the Bradshaw Road exit heading North and it will be located on your left side at 3130 Bradshaw Road. Further information on the facility is available at raceplacemotorsports.com.
For further information about the event contact Crissy Davis at 916-806-4139 or [email protected]
10 Inches of Fun sponsors include Fast50s, Ogio, Utopia Optics, Bell Helmets, Racer Support,com, MotoCam Helmet Cams, and K Star Boardshop.
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