Some lucky kid attending next week’s (May 26th) Capitol Hill rally decrying the CPSIA’s unfavorable “Lead Law” will ride home with a new Cobra King 50!
HILLSDALE, Mich., – Through the generosity of Cobra Motorcycles – the world’s premier American-made competition mini cycles and youth ATVs – and West Virginia’s Tomahawk Motocross Park, some lucky kid participating at the May 26th AMA Family Capitol Hill Climb in Washington, D.C., will head back home with a brand new Cobra CXSR 50, aka the legendary Cobra King 50!
With thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts expected to descend upon our nation’s capital to fight for the right to “Let Our Kids Ride” – a movement to reform the controversial Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) of 2008 that threatens to ruin youth motocross racing as we know it today - the AMA Family Capitol Hill Climb could prove to be a watershed moment for the future of mini bike racing. And to sweeten the pot for those attending, Cobra’s kicking down with a brand new King 50 - hot off its Hillsdale, Mich., assembly line.
“Tomahawk’s Chad Gochenour stepped up and suggested we donate a bike to this extremely worthy cause – and Cobra was quick to jump on board,” said Sean Hilbert, President of Cobra Motorcycles. “The tireless efforts of the AMA, MX Sports, Tomahawk and persons like Chad, Budds Creek’s Jon Beasley and Troy Lee Designs over the past two years have all led to the motocross industry being noticed on Capitol Hill over this potentially catastrophic law being instituted.
“And with one last big push here in D.C. on May 26th – at the AMA Family Capitol Hill Climb – we hope to put to rest – forever – the unfounded threat of disallowing young people to ride and race mini cycles based on trace amounts of lead product used in the manufacturing these machines.”
Note: In addition to the Cobra King 50 grand prize, people attending the AMA Capitol Hill Climb can also register to win helmets and gear from Troy Lee Designs.
For more information on the May 26th AMA Capitol Hill Climb in Washington, D.C., please link to the AMA’s page at: http://www.americanmotorcyclist.com/KidsJustWantToRide.aspx
Cobra, founded in 1993, produces the most successful line of competition mini cycles and mini quads in the United States with more than 300 national titles in the last decade. Based out of Hillsdale, Mich., Cobra's mission is to build premium products for the serious racer. For more information on Cobra products, please visit our website at www.cobramotorcycle.com.
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