Green Demon Motorsports Debuts Pro Offroad TeamWednesday, January 17, 2007 | 2:12 PM
Grantville, PA -- Green Demon Motorsports, LLC (GDM) has announced the formation and management of a professional offroad motorcycle team for the 2007 national racing season.
The team has signed national offroad racers Travis Green and Morgan Green. The Ohio native brothers will compete in the 2007 AMA Suzuki Grand National Cross Country Series (GNCC), AMA National Enduro Series, and AMA National Harescramble Series aboard 2007 model Husqvarna motorcycles.
Both riders, Travis Green (20) and Morgan Green (17) will compete in the premier XC1 and XC2 Pro classes while piloting the 2007 Husqvarna TC450, TC250 and WR250.
“I’m excited about the upcoming 2007 season”, stated Travis, “I’m also very confident in the performance and reliability of my WR250 and TC450.” Morgan also said. “This is a great opportunity that I am excited to have. I’m confident I will do well on my new TC250.”
“I’ve been watching Travis and Morgan excel this past year. They both have the combination of talent, speed, character, and marketability that I have been searching for. The Green family will be a great asset in marketing the new Husqvarna’s this year”, said Matt Walmer, owner of Green Demon Motorsports.
The Green’s are no strangers to national offroad racing. Over the past few years Travis has racked up four consecutive AMA National Harescramble Amateur Championships, while Morgan has three consecutive AMA National Amateur Championships to his credit.
About Green Demon Motorsports, LLC
Green Demon Motorsports, LLC (GDM) is a motorsports marketing and educational firm located in Grantville, Pennsylvania. The firm specializes in educating companies and athletes on the benefits of marketing, promotions, and public relations within the offroad motorcycle racing community.
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