LAKEWOOD, Colo. – As the weeks leading up to the return of the world’s biggest professional motocross event to the United States continue to wind down, fans can still take advantage of their chance to catch the Red Bull FIM Motocross of Nations from Thunder Valley Motocross Park live and in person on September 25-26 to see if Team USA can extend its current winning streak to six years. The "Olympics of Motocross" brings the 2010 season to an official conclusion and there isn’t a better way to close out the year than with the ultimate global motocross competition.
Modifications are being made to the renowned facility to create more excitement for the fans and riders. A wider, more spacious track will result in more side-by-side action while larger jumps will lead to more airtime for the world’s best. Additionally, sand and dirt is being brought in to create the perfect surface for racing. Fans eager to witness the results of these changes can do so by purchasing one of the premier camping spots available for the event. There’s no need to stay in a hotel. For just $150, an entire weekend of the best motocross racing on the planet can be enjoyed from the comfort of an RV for what is sure to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
VIP Packages startng at $150 and General Admission tickets as low as $45 are also available, but are going fast. With a new starting area and a never-before-seen section being implemented for this event only, fans can get an up close look at one of the most challenging and technical layouts in Red Bull FIM Motocross of Nations history. The picturesque hillside with breathtaking views of the Mile High City serves as the perfect spot to watch the fastest riders on the planet lay it all on the line for national pride and glory.
Each fan’s experience at the event will receive added enjoyment thanks to a pair of Red Bull Energy Stations. These massive structures are two stories tall and offer a truly unique experience for spectators while also providing stellar views of the track. With world-renowned stars like Ryan Dungey, Antonio Cairoli, Christophe Pourcel and Marvin Musquin expected to be leading the way for their respective countries, the Red Bull FIM Motocross of Nations at Thunder Valley is an event that any motocross fan surely won’t want to miss.
To take advantage of this rare opportunity to see the fastest riders from around the globe compete head-to-head for national honor, log onto www.tvmx.net today to get a head start on the competition and reserve a spot for the world’s biggest professional motocross competition.
About Thunder Valley Motocross Park
Positioned along the beautiful foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Thunder Valley Motocross Park is located in Jefferson County, Colorado on the western edge of the Denver suburb of Lakewood. The track is easily accessible within 15 minutes of downtown Denver, 30 minutes from Denver International Airport and just an hour from several major mountain resorts. Since 2006, the facility has hosted professional outdoor motocross nationals for the AMA Pro Racing-sanctioned Lucas Oil Motocross Championship and has become a premier destination for motocross events worldwide.
With an exceptional staff and extraordinary location, Thunder Valley serves as the ideal location to host the world’s biggest motocross event. In 2010, the Midwest’s foremost motocross venue will host the Red Bull Motocross of Nations, welcoming the planet’s most notable riders for an international competition amongst national teams composed of the most elite riders in the sport.
Youthstream is the company that manages the exclusive television, marketing and promotional world wide rights of the FIM Motocross World Championship, the FIM Motocross of Nations, the FIM Women's Motocross World Championship, the FIM Veteran's Motocross World Cup, the FIM Junior Motocross World Championship, the FIM SuperMoto World Championship, the FIM SuperMoto of Nations, the FIM Snowcross World Championship, the UEM Motocross European Championship, the UEM Motocross of European Nations and the UEM SuperMoto European Championship.