Champion motocross racer Chad Reed has picked up many trophies in
his professional race career. Thursday, February 2, the
recreational wake sports enthusiast receives a trophy of a different
type: a personalized, customized, new towboat.
Reed sees his new boat and receives its keys at 5 p.m. Thursday, Space
ER 16-22, Ski Centurion space, Los Angeles Convention Center at 1201 S.
Figueroa, Los Angeles during the Los Angeles Boat Show.
Reed, 23, is the 2004 Supercross Champion and one of the world’s top
motocross racers. This year, he has finished in the top three during
the 2006 Supercross series in California, Arizona and Canada. Reed is a
recreational boater and wake sports enthusiast who will use the new
boat near his Florida residence.
Following the presentation and boat tour, Reed will greet fans and speak with news media.
His new Centurion Enzo SV230, built by Centurion Boats, is customized
to match his motocross race bike and includes many custom performance
and comfort features as well as personalized graphics. The 23-foot Enzo
is equipped with a Mercury Scorpion engine and seats 12
passengers. The Enzo produces excellent wakes, as seen at the
World Wake Surfing Championships and World Cup Wake Boarding events
during BoardStock 10 last year.
Castaic Boat & Marine of Castaic, CA, a Centurion boat dealer, is
coordinating the presentation of Reed’s customized Centurion Enzo.
Centurion Boats, manufacturer of world championship towboats, is
headquartered in Merced, California. Centurion, which builds boats in
two U.S. factories, prides itself on innovation and design that change
the way people think about towboats.