Primm NV, March 28, 2007 – Lots of people serve beer at a party in their backyard. But on April 13th and 14th, that common occurrence will take place on a much grander scale, when Greg Primm serves his popular Moto Brew in his family namesake’s “backyard”, where Marche Karger will again be staging the nation’s largest supermoto race, the 3rd annual Stateline Supermoto Challenge (www.snvsupermoto.com).
Friday, April 13th, racers and their teams – along with the small army of people it takes to stage the Challenge – are invited to a Rockin’ Rider Bash to loosen up after a day of practice. The rock and roll karaoke band, Cover Me Badd, will be jamming on stage while the party goers front the band and sing! This will be truly entertaining for everyone. Then on Saturday night the 14th, Karger will orchestrate a Media Mixer at which the print, electronic and web media will be able to interview riders, review the first day’s racing results, and anticipate what may happen during Sunday’s races. Both events will be underwritten and amply lubricated by Primm’s Moto Brew (www.moto-brew.com), which was well-received by fans at the Duel At The Docks and is now rapidly gaining distribution nationwide.
“It’s not just a gimmick idea to have the Primm beer at our Primm event,” notes Karger. “Everyone agrees it’s a really good micro-brew. And no one knows how to throw a party better than Greg.”
This year’s Stateline Supermoto Challenge will again serve as the unofficial kickoff of the supermoto season, drawing thousands of race fans from throughout the Southwest to see virtually all the top riders from the supermoto, quad, and UTV disciplines compete against each other for the first time in 2007.
“There were several team shakeups during the off-season,” Karger points out. “So spectators will be seeing a lot of racers on their new rides trying the make their new sponsors proud during the Stateline Challenge.”
More than 500 racers will tackle such notorious track obstacles as “Gravity Gulch” and “Marche Madness” in a quest to take the first meaningful podium positions of the year at Primm, which is a half hour west of Las Vegas and just a couple of hours’ drive from Los Angeles on the California/Nevada border.