Guy Cooper and Grant Langston will be the celebrity guest hosts at Park City 2021, the Legends Ride, put on by Speed & Sport Adventures.
The following is a press release from Speed & Sport Adventures…
Big Island, HI (April 1, 2021) – Former AMA National Motocross champions Guy Cooper and Grant Langston will be celebrity guest hosts for Park City 2021, the Legends Ride, put on by Speed & Sport Adventures.
Langston and Cooper have both competed at the highest levels on the global stage and have also each earned world championships in motocross. Cooper has captured two gold medals in the International Six Days Enduro and has raced in a variety of off-road formats.
This event, which is scheduled for August 22-26, will take place in Park City, Utah and will be based out of a home that is nearly 30,000 square feet. The company is only accepting nine riders for the Park City 2021 event and the cost is $9850 per person. This is off-road riding at its finest and nothing else compares.
Riders are encouraged to bring their own bikes, but Speed & Sport Adventures also has a fleet of KTM 350 and 500EXC-Fs for rent. The company will also help arrange private-jet service, helicopter pickup from the airport, and/or exotic car rental for an extra fee. A complete itinerary is available on company website.
“Those involved in Speed & Sport Adventures have a lot of real history in the off-road industry. No doubt their tours will be exceptional,” said Roger DeCoster, five-time world motocross champ and legendary team manager.
Speed and Sport Adventures is sponsored by KTM, Parts Unlimited, Thor, Moose, Alpinestars, Kenda, Motion Pro, EKS Brand, Pole Position Raceway, Fixate Designs, Works Connection, Fastway/ProMoto Billett, Spider Grips, IMS Products, Troy Lee Designs, Langston Motorsports, Taco Moto, Seat Concepts, Maxima, ZLT, AXP Racing, Funnelweb Filters, Dumonde Tech, Laka Coolers, Epic Garage Design, Soda Jerk Shot, BME Motorsports, Sorensen Motorsports, and PNG, and also has partnered with The Kurt Caselli Foundation and Road2Recovery. The tours will also be sanctioned by the American Motorcyclist Association.
For more information visit www.SpeedAndSportAdventures.com