Archview MX Park will be having a silent auction during their Day After Supercross event. As you probably know, Jimmy has a long list of friends in the motocross community. They’ve made some generous donations that will be available for purchase…and 100% of the proceeds go directly to Miles 4 Miracles. From autographed apparel and gear worn by your favorite riders to top-quality merchandise from the leading manufacturers, there will be plenty of cool stuff to generate some exciting bidding. Here are just a few examples:
- Autographed Andrew Short MX of Nations jerseys (2)
- Autographed Nick Wey jersey
- Autographed Josh Grant Shoei helmet
- Autographed Ryan Dungey Pro Taper t-shirt
- Team jerseys from the Hart & Huntington riders
- Team jerseys from the RockStar Suzuki riders
- Goggles from all riders wearing Scott goggles at the St. Louis round
- EVS Knee Braces
- Gift certificate from Dunlop for a pair of tires
- Gift certificate from Bridgestone for a pair of tires
- And the list is still growing…
In addition, Archview MX Park will donate $5.00 from every practice fee paid during their “Day After Supercross” event. Riders that participate in the practice day can take pride in knowing they’ve contributed to an important cause. The motocross community in the Midwest has always been eager to lend a helping hand. Please join M4M and Archview MX Park in the effort to raise funds for spinal cord research and help make a difference in the lives of those dealing with spinal cord injuries.
There will also be many familiar faces at the track. Chef Conway and his crew will be providing concession services with a tasty selection of food items, snacks, and beverages. Matt Dimitroff will have his camera ready to capture the fun. You can check out his latest video on MXPTV with highlights from the recent Archview MX Park Area Qualifier. And be sure to stop by and meet Josh Gray – he’s the talent behind the helmet artwork worn by the Shades of Gray riders. You’ll also see some of the local Pros who competed at the Dome on Saturday night hitting the track on Sunday. It will be a great chance to get some autographs and photos!
On Sunday, the practice session will run from 10AM to 5PM. If you would like to arrive early, gates will open at 5PM on Friday and will remain open until the conclusion of the event on Sunday. There are no gate fees for spectators and overnight parking is free. The practice fee is $25 for a wristband. And don’t forget, the Metro Link train station located across the street offers convenient transportation to the Edward Jones Dome.
Jimmy and the Miles 4 Miracles crew would like to thank theArchview MX Park for their help and support and theirFor more information on Archview MX Park visit http://www.archviewmxpark.com.
About Road 2 Recovery:
The Road 2 Recovery Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization that was founded by Bob Moore, Bob Walker, and Jimmy Button in the fall of 2000, and 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. To make a donation click here. For more information on Road 2 Recovery and upcoming events visit www.road2recovery.com or contact Anita Button at (480) 276-1131