Sick Racing Returns as Advocate SponsorTuesday, February 21, 2006 | 8:27 AM
- 2006 AMA/WMA National Motocross Championship-
San Diego, CA - February 21, 2006 - Sick Racing is proud to be the official "Advocate Sponsor" of the 2006 AMA/WMA National Motocross Championship. This new sponsorship category was developed specifically for Sick Racing by the Women's Motocross Association in order to recognize Sick Racing's continued advocacy of women in motocross.
Sick Racing's advocacy sponsorship includes the Holeshot sponsorship, as well as cash and prizes for all WMA sanctioned events, computer hardware and software to allow the WMA to quick results and point standings published at events and an official WMA vehicle for the 2006 season.
"This new Advocate Sponsorship demonstrates our commitment to nurture women's motocross," says Sick Racing's President, Shasta Johnson. "We want to help Miki Keller take it to the next level."
Sick Racing's advocacy sponsorship will be apparent through banner placement, mention in print, television coverage and special PR campaigns. Sick Racing will also return as a sponsor of the WMA Championship Cup held at Cycle Ranch in Texas.
About Sick Racing
Established in April of 2002, Sick Racing was formed when a group of female off-road riding enthusiasts came together to design and manufacture high quality riding gear for women.
Our state of the art designs blend comfort, style and safety into one package. Our main focus is women's riding gear, designed for competition and recreational riding. In addition to the riding gear, we offer related recreational apparel, including sweatshirts, tank tops, tee shirts and, soon, other accessories such as hats, socks and gear bags. Our riding gear comes in a variety of sizes including; children's, junior, miss and plus sizes.
Sick Racing is an innovative apparel manufacturer specializing in women's off road riding gear and related casual apparel. Sick Racing's state of the art designs blend comfort, style and safety into one package. www.SickRacingGear.com.
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