MXGirls Ride DayWednesday, February 13, 2008 | 7:02 AM
What started out as a simple gathering of riders on the MXGirls.com Chat Forum, is now becoming the Ride Day of 2008 and everyone is welcome!!! Quad Riders are welcome!! Gates open at 8:00am.
On March 2, 2008 MXGirls.com will be hosting a Ride Day at Milestone Motocross Park in Riverside, California. The day is going to be filled with rider comradery and fun. Looking forward to having many of the Womens Motocross Association Professional and Amateur riders participating in the day’s event, being on site for their fans. XCorps TV will be on-site filming the entire event for cable TV Broadcast!!
We will have some highly recognized and respected local dirt bike educational and skill trainers on the premise, willing to work with true beginner women riders from the ages of 12 and up, supplying motocross gear and bikes during the session and seasoned women riders beginner through advanced who have their own bikes. If you are interested in participating in a free session of training please contact [email protected] by February 24, 2008 to be scheduled into the day.
Starting mid-day we will have the Vet Track closed off for women riders only. A great opportunity for you to take that much desired next step onto the motocross track or just to enjoy riding with all the MXGirls. All other tracks will still be open for everyone else. Milestone MX also has a dedicated track for Quads!
Come check out vendor row, participate in the raffle and silent auction; details of how proceeds will be donated can be found on the mxgirls.com website.
Visit MXGirls.com www.mxgirls.com for more detailed information on the ride day, the raffle and the silent auction. Vendors and Activities listed on the website.
If you are interested in being a Vendor or donating product for this event please visit MXGirls.com and review the layout or contact Michele Johnson at 949-295-DIRT.
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