Engine Ice Confirms 2019 EnduroCross Partnership
Engine Ice Renews its Support for EnduroCross
Tulsa, OK (July 26, 2019) – Engine Ice has been involved with EnduroCross for several years. The extreme conditions demand a high-performance coolant so Engine Ice is a popular choice among the competitors. Engine Ice also has a line of products that help keep bikes and gear looking and smelling fresh.
“As a sponsor of the AMA EnduroCross series for the last several years, we were consistently impressed with the hard work put in by the team, their ingenuity, unique track designs, marketing, and publicity,” said Engine Ice President Dave Kimmey. “There are some new people involved but we are confident that the series will continue to grow.” Kimmey continued. “The challenging tracks work hand in hand with Engine Ice, and it’s family of products, from helping engines to run cooler, to bikes looking like new after a night’s beating to keeping racer equipment and helmets fresh, we are proud to continue our support.”
The three-round 2019 series will kick off on August 24th in Prescott Valley, Arizona. The top teams and riders have all confirmed that they will be participating and several sponsors have confirmed their support to help to keep EnduroCross progressing. The pro class will feature a three-moto format and there will be classes for Women, Expert, Amateur/Intermediate, Vet 35+, and a local club class for each round.
2019 EnduroCross Series Schedule:
- August 24th, 2019 | Prescott Valley, Arizona | Findlay Toyota Center
- October 19th, 2019 | Denver, Colorado | National Western Center
- October 26th, 2019 | Boise, Idaho | Ford Idaho Center
Now is the time to make your plans to compete or come see one of the 2019 EnduroCross events in person.
Tickets for round one in Prescott Valley, Arizona are available here: http://www.findlaytoyotacenter.com/events/endurox-extreme-offroad-racing
Racers can enter here: https://secure.tracksideprereg.com/endurox/?loc=mainnav&lnk=rider-registration&loc=contentwell&lnk=IMG&dom=section-1
For more information, visit www.endurocross.com and learn more about Engine Ice here: www.engineice.com