Last Day to Apply for Cash-based Michigan Rider Support ProgramWednesday, March 30, 2011 | 2:15 PM
One company in particular has expressed their excitement about the new program, and why they are especially happy to join in an effort to help motocross riders and their families.
“Motocross has been a part of our family for many years now”, says MCR Suspension’s owner Matt Crown. “With the kinds of difficulties that motocross families have experienced over the last several years, this program is a great incentive for keeping kids in the sport, and helping them with the resources they need to ride.”
Other companies like Tech-Care Suspension, Baja Acres Motocross Park, Legue Graphics, Cobra Motorcycles and several Michigan-area powersport dealerships have also stepped up to support Michigan Motocross.
Otsego Club Motocross brainchild Jason Biber had this to say about the recent supporters:
“I can’t say enough about these great companies and their willingness to help riders and their families. They are all exceptional people, and we’re lucky to have them on board.”
Biber continued by saying that he’s excited with the number of rider submissions and feedback received so far, and is looking forward to announcing the selected riders next month.
If you’re interested in applying for a spot on the Otsego Club Motocross Rider Support Program, please visit www.OtsegoClubMX.com and submit your resume by tomorrow.
*In order to qualify as a “Michigan racer”, applicants must show that they have competed in 5 or more race weekends at a Michigan motocross track as part of their 2010 outdoor motocross season. All applications and resume materials must be submitted by March 31st, 2011. Shortly thereafter, a lineup of riders will be announced to represent Otsego Club Motocross as an initiative to support and grow Michigan Motocross.
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