Maxxis EnduroCross Night Returns To Las VegasMonday, November 5, 2007 | 6:53 AM
Baja Designs & NiteRider Will Award $1,000 To The Winner
Los Angeles, CA ( November 5, 2007) - Pro-Motion Motorsports announced today that the Baja Designs/NiteRider Night Race will return this year for the final round of the AMA/Maxxis National EnduroCross series on Saturday night, November 17, inside the Orleans Arena. The Night Race is the next to the final event of the evening, where the riders that raced the Last Chance Qualifier but did not qualify for the Main, will have the opportunity to take on the Maxxis EnduroCross track in the dark equipped with Baja Design lamps and NiteRider helmet lights. The winner will receive a $1,000 bonus compliments of Baja Designs and NiteRider.
Last year's race was a huge success when the lights in Orleans Arena went dark the sold-out crowd witnessed the first ever indoor motorcycle race in the dark. "We were very happy with the way this portion of the show went," claimed Eric Peronnard, co-promoter of the event. "It turned out to be a fantastic race. The Orleans Arena is a perfect place for this event as the fans have great seats and can easily track the leader and lead changes, even in the dark."
This Las Vegas round of the AMA/Maxxis National EnduroCross series is the third and final round of the series. For more information about the event and schedule for the weekend, please go online to www.endurocross.com
The 2007 AMA/Maxxis National EnduroCross Series is brought to you by:
Maxxis Tires, Moose Racing, FMF Racing, GEICO Insurance, Monster Energy Drink, Motorcycle Mechanics Institute, Elka Suspension, Pro Taper, Alpinestars, Rekluse, Motion Pro, Ride Now, Pole Position, Thumpertalk.com, All Access, Rage'n Toy Haulers, Christini Technologies, Cycle News, Cycra, Uni Filter, Kal Gard, Fastway, Engine Ice, KBC Helmets, Scott USA, Quad Tech, Wiseco, TrailRider Magazine, BTO Sports, RidePG.com, Girardi Wealth Management Group, Sun Enterprises, Rocky Mountain Kawasaki, Colorado Powersports, Fay Myers Motorcycle World, G-Force Powersports, Vickery Motorsports, House of Kawasaki, Can Am, Yamaha Motor Corporation, Kawasaki Motors Corp., USA and KTM North America.
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