Maxxis EnduroCross Sold Out

Kit Palmer | November 7, 2006

The following is a release from Pro-Motion Motorsports:

The promoters of the Maxxis EnduroCross have announced today they have been informed by the Orleans Arena there are no longer tickets available for the event – as it is sold out in advance.

“We are actually very excited about this news,” said Eric Peronnard, co-promoter of the event. “It’s not often that motorcycle events sell out completely, yet alone two weeks in advance.”

This will mark the second year in a row that the Maxxis EnduroCross has been a complete sell out.

“Of course, we believe EnduroCross is the most unique form of racing in America… it definitely provides the best racing and showcases the best off-road talent in the world,” continued Peronnard. “The entire evening is non-stop action and the crowd loves every minute of it. They’ve come to see Great Racing and the Maxxis EnduroCross provides just that.”

2005 Champion, David Knight, will return to defend his title against a very talented field of off-road racers including John Dowd, Destry Abbott, Charlie Mullins, Bobby Garrison, Marco Dube, Geoff Aaron, Russ Pearson, Nathan Woods, Homero Diaz and more.

The Maxxis EnduroCross takes place in Las Vegas, inside the Orleans Arena on November 18 and is the only Indoor Off-Road race of its kind in America. This “Invitation Only” event boasts a $20,000 purse with $10,000 going to first place. The top off-road racers in the world are invited to attend… these riders will compete against the top 10 finishers from the Qualifier round the day before.

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.