HelpJames.org is pleased to announce event details for the ‘Outlaw Ride Day’ Fundraiser benefiting James Marshal on Tuesday March 21st at Glen Helen Raceway.
The ‘Outlaw Ride Day’ at Glen Helen Raceway has received tremendous industry support from companies, fans, and pro riders alike. The ride day benefits fallen rider James Marshall (nicknamed ‘The Outlaw’) who was tragically injured on February 11th at round 6 of the Amp’d Mobile Supercross series in San Diego. The impact of the crash left James with a broken C2, C5, and C6 vertebrate and a broken pelvis resulting in paralysis from the neck down. Miraculously, he is beginning to recover and could have a chance of regaining complete feeling again someday.
This all day event at Glen Helen will feature open practice, raffles and giveaways, auctions, with many of the items available being priceless memorabilia from Motocross world. Pro appearances, and vendor booths. Pro riders confirmed for the event include Josh Grant, Jeremy “Twitch” Stenberg, Doug Dubach, Jiri Dostal, Johnny Campbell, Ryan Morais, Logan Darien, Jimmie McGuire, Graham Gustin, Kyle Loza, and many more still to be announced.
Sponsors currently participating include Fox Racing, Pro Circuit, Hot Cams, Factory Effex, Bookoo Energy Drink, Troy Lee Designs, White Brothers, Dubach Racing, L.A. Sleeve / Pro –X, Jardine Performance, MotoXXX, American Suzuki, American Honda, Moto Lift, Scott USA, MXsponsor.com, Truth Soul Armor, Applied Racing, and many more still to be announced. many of the items available are priceless memorabilia from Motocross world.
Please bring the whole family out to ride. The event has a minimum donation of $20 for riders and $5 for spectators. 100% of raised through donations auctions % the Outlaw Ride Day will go through Road2Recovery, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is providing support directly to the Marshall family. Event details and updates can be found at www.HelpJames.org Sponsors and Pro Riders wanting to get involved should contact the event organizers as soon as possible Contact info available on the Website www.HelpJames.org
Let’s come together as a community and support one of our own in their time of need. The only way this event can be successful is by you. Tell all your friends your neighbors, co-workers. Let’s get the message out that the motocross community has an indescribable compassion to help our fallen hero's.