Scott Motorsports Returns As Sponsor Of The Maxxis EnduroCrossMonday, October 16, 2006 | 10:16 AM
According to the promoters of the Maxxis EnduroCross, Scott, the premiere goggle manufacturer in the industry, will once again align their marketing efforts as sponsor of the 2006 event.
"Scott has been a sponsor of EnduroCross from the first year it started and without a doubt, EnduroCross is one of the most exciting races we've ever watched," claims Bob Lowry, National Sales Manager for Scott USA. "Last year's winner, David Knight, will return to defend his title so that means Scott has another strong chance to be on top of the podium again in 2006."
The Maxxis EnduroCross takes place in Las Vegas, inside the Orleans Arena on November 18 and is the only Indoor Off-Road race of its kind in America. In 2005, David Knight took home the lion's share of the $20,000 purse against the top Off-Road racers in the world. The "Knighter" returns in 2006 to take on the EnduroCross track and an impressive list of riders including motocross legend John Dowd and off-road champions Destry Abbott, Ty Davis, Nathan Woods and more.
For more information about the event and to register for the Qualifier Round, go online to www.endurocross.com. Tickets for the event are available by calling 888-234-2334 or they may be purchased on line at www.orleansarena.com.
The 2006 Maxxis EnduroCross takes place on November 18 and is an AMA sanctioned event. Sponsors include: Maxxis Tires, Monster Energy Drink, Moose Racing, FMF Racing, Ride Now Powersports, Alpinestars, ThumperTalk.com, IMS Products, Motorcycle USA, Elka Suspension, American Crew, Christini Technologies, Motorex USA, KTM, Scott USA, Yamaha, TAG, Kawasaki, Division 7, Rekluse and DirtRider Magazine.
The Maxxis EnduroCross is a Pro-Motion Motorsports, LLC production. EnduroCross is a trademarked name.
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