Top Off-Roaders Will Compete in EnduroCross in Vegas

Kit Palmer | November 12, 2004

The following is a release from Pro-Motion Motorsports –

Pro-Motion Motorsports has announced the list of riders to compete in the Maxxis Endurocross.

“We have an excellent field of riders participating in this event,” states Eric Peronnard, co-promoter of the Maxxis EnduroCross. “The AMA Hare & Hound Champion Destry Abbott along with riders Ty Davis, Ryan Hughes and Kurt Caselli are just part of an American contingent that will be racing against top European riders like David Knight, Juha Salminen and Bartosz Oblucki. This will be a very exciting event to watch.”

Ryan Hughes, known best for his drive and determination on a motocross track, will be a strong pick for the overall position at this inaugural event. “I am really looking forward to this race,” claims Hughes, who last year tried his hand at a couple GNCC events. “I have a lot of respect for these guys, off-road racing, especially on an indoor track like EnduroCross, is a very physical sport. I feel like I am in great shape right now and ready to take on the field of riders.”

The current list of confirmed riders includes: Geoff Aaron, Destry Abbott, Mika Ahola, Bobby Bonds, Kurt Caselli, Cole Calkins, Ty Davis, Homero Diaz, Paul Edmondson, Anders Eriksson, Brian Garrahan, Patrick Garrahan, Guy Giroux, Sebastien Guillaume, Steve Hengeveld, Ryan Hughes, Jimmy Jarrett, Nathan Kanney, David Knight, Paul Krause, Jimmy Lewis, Robert Naughton, Bartosz Oblucki, David Pearson, Russ Pearson, Guy Perrett, Thierry Klutz, Juha Salminen, Lance Smail, Elmer Symons, Kellon Walch, Justin Williamson, Nathan Woods, and Chuck Woodford.

The Maxxis EnduroCross will take place on November 27th, 2004, inside the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas. EnduroCross is the first Indoor Off-Road race of its kind in America and is an AMA sanctioned event. Completely indoors, spectator and television friendly, with track obstacles to rival the most difficult conditions mother nature has to offer. Riders from across the United States, Canada, Italy, France, England and South Africa will be participating.

The Maxxxis EnduroCross is a Pro-Motion Motorsports production. For more information about EnduroCross go to

Kit Palmer | Off-Road Editor

Kit Palmer started his career at Cycle News in 1984 and he’s been testing dirt and streetbikes every since – plus covering any event that uses some form of a knobby tire. He’s also our resident motorcycle mileage man with a commute of 120 miles a day.