Motorcycle Superstore & Bell Helmets Rider Support Program For Loretta Lynn’s

Press Release | June 12, 2013
Motorcycle Superstore    Bell Helmets Offer Rider Support Program for  the Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynns.

The following is from Motorcycle Superstore…

MEDFORD, Ore. (June 12) – will once again post more than $60,000 in contingency awards for qualified racers participating in the Red Bull Amateur National Motocross Championship, which will be held July 28-Aug. 3 at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn.

To participate, racers must wear a Motorcycle Superstore/Bell Moto 9 helmet, available now through the Motorcycle Superstore Rider Support application program.

“If you have qualified to race this year’s Loretta Lynn’s Amateur National, now is the time to send in your application,” explained Tim Clark, Director Sports Marketing for Motorcycle Superstore.

Interested applicants can apply online by clicking here.

The following directives must be followed:

•                Rider must be accepted to compete in this year’s Red Bull AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch.

•                Rider selection is based solely on the discretion of Motorcycle Superstore. Not every applicant will be accepted.

•                Rider must wear the official Motorcycle Superstore/Bell Moto 9 helmet to qualify for contingency payment.

•                Rider will need to purchase the helmet at the discounted rate.

•                Additional sponsor stickers cannot cover the Bell or logos on the helmet.

•                Accepted riders will be contacted by phone and payment will be collected through Visa, MasterCard, or personal check.

•                Contingency will be available to every class except 51cc Stock Limited, 51cc Shaft Drive, 51cc AMA Stock 1, and 51cc Stock 2.

•                Contingency will be paid in the form of Motorcycle Superstore gift certificates with the following payout schedule: first place, $500; second place, $400; third place, $300; fourth place, $250; fifth place, $200; sixth place, $150; seventh place, $100; eighth place, $100; and ninth and 10th place, $50.

•                Riders under 18 years of age will need a parent or legal guardian’s approval.

•                Deadline to receive applications is July 5. Selected riders will be notified by July 9. Helmets will begin shipping July 10.


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