The following is from Source Interlink…
Irvine, CA. (April 12, 2013) – BBR Motorsports is synonymous with Mini Bike racing and has had great success at the GEICO MiniMotoSX, fueled by Monster Energy and presented by Freegun Underwear over the years. Although they are known for really trick bikes, you can see that having fun is the driving force for why the Brown Brothers have attended all nine previous MiniMotoSX events.
BBR’s Ryan Abrigo was the most successful rider in 2012 as he took wins in both the 12 Inch Expert and World Final class and finished second in the 10 Inch Expert class. Abrigo’s biggest competition will likely come from teammate Derek Costella, who has won more Expert class MiniMotoSX events than any other rider. Costella will be back again this year and gunning for even more championship wins. Both of these exceptional athletes will be on the ‘all new’ BBR Motorsports Perimeter Framed CRF110 Based bikes this year for the 12 inch class.
“Honda has been great to work with as we develop these new CRF race bikes”, says BBR Owner, Duane Brown. “We have been a little rushed to get them ready for MiniMotoSX, but we are excited to bring a new breed of bike to the event and I think we will be ready to win”.
You can also expect to see two second generation Brown’s racing again as Carson Brown will be back to defend his title in the 12 Inch Youth 13-17 class. His cousin, Jensen will be competing in the Youth 9-13 class. And Carson’s father, Duane, will be back racing multiple classes and looking to defend his title in the 10 Inch Stock/Mod class.
Everybody can race as there are eight adult classes and three youth classes as well as a Women’s class. And new for 2013, Electric bikes are eligible to compete in the appropriate classes based on wheel size and wheelbase. For the fourth year, the MiniMotoSX will conclude with the World Final race that pits the top three finishers from the Expert & Youth classes plus the Women’s champion to take on the International Champions for bragging rights and cash. This event is a great time for racers and spectators and for most; this is the closest you can ever get to racing a Supercross. Entries are open now and you can make it a complete Supercross weekend in Vegas.
You can get the complete rules here: MiniMotoSX Rules
Entries forms are available here: MiniMotoSX Entry Form
Make your plans to stick around in Vegas during the Monster Energy AMA Supercross weekend to get on the track yourself and race for an AMA #1 plate. You can find race entry and event info at www.minimotosx.com. Ticket information: http://www.orleansarena.com/event-calendar/geico-mini-moto-sx