Prison Break Scheduled for October 13-14 at the Gila County Fairgrounds
This is a press release from Arizona Motorcycle Riders Association…
Phoenix, AZ (October 4, 2018) – Prison Break, round two of the MotoCity Arizona Motorcycle Riders Association (AMRA) big-bike race series and round one of the Fly Racing AMRA minibike race series, will take place October 13-14 at the Gila County Fairgrounds in Globe, Arizona. The event is part of a 14-race series sanctioned by the American Motorcyclist Association. Enticing the fastest riders in the southwest region, Prison Break will follow a hare scramble race format.
Race coordinator and Rockstars MC president says, “Sunday racers start the race with a ‘banner drop.’ All AA on 1 line, All A’s on 1 line, and all B’s on 1 line. With all the rain from Rosa, racers can expect a great course. The Rockstars MC has spent many work days clearing rocks, cutting grass and grooming trails. Most of the course is the same as years past with subtle changes to make it interesting for the racers. This year The Rockstars MC has incorporated most of the horse track for the first time. So be prepared for some high speed, throwing it sideways like a real flat tracker through the corners of the 1-mile horse track. It’s going to be a great time. Can’t wait to see everyone in Globe for this awesome event.”
Saturday, October 13
Race 1 – 11am – 50cc/65cc 7-9 – 30 min.
Race 2 – 12:15pm – 65cc 10-11/85cc/Girls/Super Mini – 1 hr.
Sunday, October 14
Race 1 – 9am – AA/All A/All B – 2 hrs.
Race 2 – 12pm – All C/60+/Sportsmen – 1.5 hrs.
The winner of the AA class will take home a $1,000 pursue. All classes will earn points towards a spot on the season podium, and bragging rights, of course. Do you have what it takes?
About Rockstars Motorcycle Club (RSMC)
Our mission is to not only put on the largest and most organized amateur off-road motorcycle events in the state, but also to preserve our sacred riding areas for trail riding and family outings. We are committed to working with any and all Land Managers or Administrators to the fullest extent of the law to create and maintain positive OHV opportunities for Rockstars and all other OHV enthusiasts to not only enjoy now, but for many years to come. The RSMC was founded in May 2004 and have stayed true to our goals to date. We welcome any and all that want to make a difference in our sport and help us to work on and exceed our goals. We are very serious about our mission and we will also look for and expect that same enthusiasm from future and present members.
The Arizona Motorcycle Riders Association is a volunteer-run association made up of ten local off-road motorcycle clubs. AMRA’s intent is to work with the local clubs to promote off-road motorcycling in Arizona. Each year the AMRA organizes Arizona’s Premier Off-Road Motorcycle Championship series which strives to provide high quality, fun and safe off-road racing for the whole family. In addition to racing, AMRA promotes non-competitive events and fundraisers to contribute to the health of our sport. For more information, visit www.amraracing.com.