RXR Protect’s U.S. Amateur Riders Bring Championships Titles HomeWednesday, October 17, 2007 | 9:15 AM
Lake Zurich, IL. (Oct. 16, 2007)
What a great weekend for RXR Protect’s riders!
We wish to congratulate and thank our following RXR Protect riders who rode to some of their best performances at the Rockstar U.S. Open of Supercross in Las Vegas (NV) and at the Branson USA National Championship in Branson (MO), making us very proud to be part of their success.
Christopher Boothe from Atkins, VA., was a 2007 KTM Junior Supercross Challenge finalist in Las Vegas this past weekend. Christopher finished 9-13 after crashes kept him off the podium both nights while he was racing for Top 5. Great effort!
Daniel Sanders of Byron, IL, rode to one of his best performance at the 2007 Amateur Arenacross World Finals in Las Vegas, NV, where he won the 2007 championship title in the 125cc Schoolboy class and finished 3rd in 250cc Intermediate championship.
12 year-old Cody Vanbuskirk, from Harvard, IL, wins his first Amateur National championship at the 2007 Branson USA National Championship. Cody shined on the Branson track, outperforming some of his Loretta Lynn’s competitor to win the 2007 250C Stock championship.
We would also like to take this opportunity to congratulate RXR Protect’s Canadian BMX racer Alex Winters from Kamloops, B.C., for his outstanding performance in the ABA Canadian National championship. After the last race at the Canadian Grands, Alex finished National #2 in the Cruiser class and won the National title in the 20”. This is a pretty amazing ride for a 10 year-old racing against much older boys.
All the above riders use the RXR Protect Organic and Full chest-protectors.
“I won’t ride without, I can’t ride without it. I would not be able to practice and race every weekend if I wasn’t using my RXR.” said Cody Vanbuskirk, “thanks for the strong support and for helping me reach my goals at Branson. This is magic. My first National Championship, I still can’t believe it.”