The weekend of March 24-25, 2007, Barona Oaks Raceway in Ramona, California will launch the inaugural No Fear Moto X America Tour. The No Fear Moto X America Tour will then, subsequently, make four stops at high-profile venues across the United States of America in 2007.
The first of its kind, the No Fear Moto X America Tour was purposely created to emphasize grass roots racing as well as to place more of a focus on just the way people become involved in the sport of motocross in the first place: To have fun and experience the fulfillment of competition and personal achievement.
The inaugural No Fear Moto X America Tour will feature racing classifications for riders of all ages and of all skill levels. The Tour will also feature several "first timer" classes to allow inexperienced riders a chance to experience the excitement racing in a safe, relaxed, non-intimidating environment. In all, each stop of the tour will host 34 classes (seven Pee Wee classes; four 65cc classes; seven 85cc classes; nine Big Bike classes; and seven Veteran classes. Moreover, there will be 85cc and Under and 125cc and Over team Races). Camping will be available (and encouraged) at each of the five venues as contests, games, giveaways and numerous forms of entertainment are planned for each Saturday evening.
Whether it be dad, mom, little brother, big brother, neighbor, cousin — you name it — the No Fear Moto X America Tour will offer something for everyone. And while the Tour is skewed more towards the youth and amateur classifications, it will also feature divisions for more serious, professional racers as each stop of the Tour will offer a 150% Pro Payback purse.
Each two-day event will feature a two-moto format. Holeshot prizes and awards will be available for every class. Riders can also expect great prizes from No Fear, FMF, Spy, OGIO, Fortress, Haro Bikes, SO Cal and Racer X to name but a few sponsors. FMF will also be on hand supporting amateur riders with the best aftermarket products available.
The process of grooming and fine-tuning the Barona Oaks racetrack for optimum race conditions has already began, thus come race day, riders will find perfect dirt, a great layout and obstacles created to match the skill set of every rider. Please visit http://baronaoaks.com to check in on approaching weekend practice sessions should you want dialed-in for “March Madness” March 24-25th
Online registration is highly encouraged. Gate pick is based on order of sign up, class limits have been set and you will save a few bucks. Race day registration will still be available. To learn more about The 2007 No Fear Moto X America Tour — including the five venues the Tour will visit — BE SURE to check out the No Fear Moto X America Tour event website at www.motoxamericatour.com