Baja Acres ExpandsMonday, February 21, 2011 | 2:50 PM
The Nationally known AMA motocross racing facility in Michigan Baja Acres has announced that they are opening a new motocross track in the Village of Birch Run Michigan under their new offsite NAAS- North America Action Sports program. Its good news to hear of a track opening instead of closing yet in a prominent location such as Birch Run which is located right next to the I-75 express way and has the 2nd most used off ramps next to the Disney exit in Orlando Florida. This is a great opportunity for new interest in Michigan Motocross since the new 20 acre track will be seen from the thousands of passer bys traveling on I-75 each day.
The new track called “Moto @ the Expo” is part of the Birch Run Expo Center which is also the Visitor’s Bureau and Chamber of Commerce not to mention the Premium Outlets, hotels and restaurants are all in walking distance. “We are proud to add this venue to our portfolio that includes The International Baja Brawl, The Great Lakes Grand Prix, Loretta Lynn Regional’s, The AMA Dirt Track Grand Championships and The AMA Ice Race Grand Championships”, states promoter Patrick Grzebinski of Baja Acres and NAAS.
Moto @ the Expo is on its way to offer a premium experience for riders and spectators alike to watch or compete for the AMA Michigan Motocross State Championships. Those attending can expect with certainty a fun weekend supported by newly acquired sponsors Progressive Insurance and Yamaha with more to come. For all Baja and NAAS events can be found at bajaacres.com.
About Baja MX:
Baja MX is a motocross track in Millington, Michigan focused on providing a safe, fun, and challenging environment for all motocross athletes. Moreover, with quality service and innovative ideas, Baja MX hopes to increase recognition and growth for racers and the motocross industry.
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