Ground Zero will allow snowbike owners and enthusiasts to compete for trophies and prizes on a ¾ mile, groomed track on the McCall Golf Course that will feature both right and left hand turns and four jumps. The trophy event will allow 2Moto™ snow bike owners, from all over the U.S. and Canada, to compete against each other for trophies and bragging rights. The Legends event will put famous motorsports legends on the track together including Malcolm Smith, Mike Metzger, Dangerous Darrell Schultz, Alexander Smith, John Junkyard Dog Dowd, Johnny Unser, Steve Hatch, and Kerry, Bret and Robie Peterson. Ground Zero is presented by Project Filter, 2Moto™, Let’s Ride Suzuki, Edge Performance Sports, Monster Energy, MonaVie, the Idaho Air National Guard, Boondocker’s Nitrous, Charmac Trailers, Pro-Moto Billet, Moto Tech, Beaudry Motorsports, Scott USA, Fly Racing, Sprint Cellular, Hinson Powersports and Beaverton Honda.
Ground Zero kicks off on Saturday, January 31 at the McCall Golf Course at 2pm, with snow bike demo rides for adults 18-over. Additional snow bike demos will be run from noon to 5pm on Sunday, February 1, and the race will take place on Saturday, February 7. Ron Dillon, event spokesman, said, “Many people have heard of snow bikes, but have not yet had an opportunity to ride one. Ground Zero will be a terrific platform for us to introduce the public to the sport of snow biking, by allowing people to test ride a unit in a safe, controlled environment. Ground Zero will also feature the biggest lineup of motorsports legends that have ever been assembled in Idaho. We are also very pleased to see motorsports returning to the McCall Winter Carnival for the first time since 1994.”
For more information call Ron Dillon at (208) 573-4255, or visit the 2Moto™ website at www.2moto.com.