TORRANCE, Calif., – Honda riders who have qualified for the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee, can once again look forward to receiving support at the event, which takes place July 26-August 1. Free service, including EFI tuning and carburetor jetting, will be provided by technicians from Johnny Campbell Racing (JCR) to riders of Honda CRF150R, CRF250R, and CRF450R models, and discounted parts will be sold at the Honda semi, with coordination by Johnstown, Pennsylvania, dealership Cernic’s Racing. Pro Honda Oils and Chemicals will be available as well. The Honda semi will display a selection of powersports products, while the adjacent Factory Connection truck will display a specially prepared GEICO Honda CRF150R race bike. In addition, Team Honda HRC rider Trey Canard will be on hand for an autograph signing on Wednesday, July 29.
“Honda has a long history at the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship, where we’ve provided support to thousands of amateur riders over the years, so we’re happy to be returning following a two-year absence,” said Brandon Wilson, Motorcycle Sports Supervisor at American Honda. “Motocross racing is extremely important to Honda, and Loretta Lynn’s is the place to see the stars of tomorrow. We’re excited about reconnecting with the grass roots of the sport, so everyone is welcome to stop by the truck, say hello and get out of the sun for a while.”
Over one hundred Honda riders have qualified for the 2015 AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship, and all are eligible for the expanded Red Riders Rewards contingency program. For program details, visit HondaRedRiders.com.