2D Designs Launches “Motocross Bob” To Help Out the RiderDown Foundation

April 30, 2007 7:40am

The guys at 2D Designs are giving back to a sport that has given their family so much. Rich and his son Aaron, who are partners in a screen printing and graphics company, are also motocross racers in the New England area. They have created “Motocross Bob” who is the first of many characters based on riders that you would meet in any motocross pit across the country. Click on to www.my2ddesigns.com and buy some official Motocross Bob Gear to help a great cause. Two dollars will be donated to the RiderDown Foundation for every t-shirt sold. The Motocross Bob story will be shipped with every shirt.

Raffles and contests will be going on all year long. You may be able to see a character created from one of your own stories. Details will be posted soon. All products sold from the “Motocross Bob” collection will have a percentage going back to the RiderDown Foundation. For more info, go to www.my2ddesigns.com.

About RiderDown Foundation:
With a nationwide network of volunteers ready to lend support and assistance to injured riders, RiderDown is actively giving back to the off road community. As a non-profit, 501(c) 3 charitable organization, RiderDown has been delivering on its promise of “Helping Riders Up” since 2005.  Dedicated to helping responsible off-road motorcyclists and ATV racers who have been injured while riding, proceeds are used to provide assistance to riders and their families when faced with medical expenses and related issues. To find out more about RiderDown Foundation and ways you can help, please go to www.RiderDown.org