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TMX Moving Forward Clinics

Toyota Offers Seminars to Help Riders Move Forward from the Amateurs to the Pros

WHAT: Toyota invites all U.S. Open riders, spectators and families to join Toyota at the TMX Performance Zone for the TMX Moving Forward Clinics on Saturday, October 14. 

With the Toyota Amateur Arenacross World Finals taking place on Sunday, October 15, the clinics will help these riders focus on shaping their careers as well as outlining what sponsors are looking for in a pro athlete as they look to make that transition.

TMX members racing in the 2006 Toyota Amateur Arenacross World Finals receive a free set of Toyota AMA Pro Tie-Downs and TMX cross-bar pad.

All interested in finding out more about the Toyota Athlete Program or to sign up, are welcome stop by the TMX Performance Zone or by visiting www.toyotacross.com.

WHO: Legendary SX Champion Jeff Emig will discuss how he made the transition to the pros and will help to clarify common misconceptions

Robb Beams of MotoEndurance.net, the official trainer of the TMX Athlete Program, will talk about how to begin transitioning your body to professional levels of endurance.

Pro Team Managers and Industry VIPs will be on hand to provide inside information and first hand knowledge as to what they look for in selecting a new pro and how to have a successful pro career.

WHEN: U.S. Open of Supercross

                                    Saturday, October 14, 2006

                                    Clinics at: 1:30 p.m., 3:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.

                                    *Seating is limited, so stop by early

 

WHERE: Toyota Performance Zone

                Located next to the USSX Amateur Registration     

For more information on Toyota’s involvement with Supercross, Arenacross and Motocross including schedules and sweepstakes information please visit www.toyotacross.com.

 

 

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