Michael's Action Art to be Sold At Washougal with Proceeds to Road 2 Recovery

Scottsdale, AZ – Michael Petersen, artist behind Michael’s Action Art, will be selling Limited Edition, autographed, fine art prints, including newly released Brad Lackey prints, at Washougal MX Park this weekend for the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship.  Brad Lackey is one of America's pioneering motocross racers of the 1970's and 80's. In 1972, Lackey won the AMA 500cc National Motocross championship. In 1982, after a decade of trying, he became the only American to win the 500cc World Motocross Championship.  Brad left racing on top. He retired after winning the '82 world championship, leaving a legacy as one of America's top motorcycle racers of all time.

For each sale of the art, Michael will donate 25% of the proceeds to the Road 2 Recovery Foundation.  In addition to Washougal, Michael will also be at Portland race track Thursday night selling his prints with a portion of the proceeds going to Road 2 Recovery.

Michael J. Petersen has coupled the fascination with speed and machines with creative art since his early childhood. Petersen has a lifetime love of riding, racing, mountain climbing and photography. Although action and outdoor-related subjects have always been Petersen's passion, he has recently focused on the motorcycle scene because of his interest in the sport, its incredible athletes, and the positive influence the sport has on youth and families. To see more of his artwork, go to www.michaelsactionart.com .                                        

The Road 2 Recovery Foundation is dedicated to helping AMA licensed professional motocross/supercross riders with financial assistance if they sustain career-ending injuries as well as providing motivational, emotional and spiritual support to these individuals and their families.  For more information and sponsorship opportunities contact Road 2 Recovery at 480 276-1131 or info@road2recovery.com.