Bremerton, WA. (March 21, 2020) – We are all glued to the TV, anxious to find out the latest information while we abide by our local officials’ requests. As everyone is waiting out the COVID-19 virus, we cannot wait to get back to racing.
With round two of the 2020 PacWest Motocross Series
heading to Eugene MX in Junction City, Oregon on April 19th,
American Honda announces their unwavering support for the riders of the series. The Red Riders corporation has posted over $40,000 in factory contingency and product for the riders of PacWest.
“We are excited to partner with the Pac West Series as this is a strong area for Motocross in the USA,” said Brandon Wilson, Motorcycle Sports Manager. “Through factory contingency, dealer support and the organization’s leadership, we are confident the Pac West Series will expand on being a premier place to race. The manner in which Pac West has involved the local dealers and the sheer number of dealers involved shows us this is a model series.”
If posting $38,000 in contingency was not enough, the next round will have all-new 2020 CRF110F (retail $2,399) up to raffle away to one $5 ticket holder during the day’s activities at Eugene MX. “We could not be happier to have Honda supporting the dealers of the PacWest Series,” said Brian Nilsen, Co-Promoter of the PacWest Series. “Our goal three years ago was to offer riders and dealers the incentive to get back together like it used to be. Someone is going to ‘WIN’ a brand new CRF110 no matter if they are a Honda customer yet, or not, and regardless if they are even a racer. How cool is that? Right now, we just wish for everyone’s good health.”
Round 2 of the PacWest Motocross Series heads for the emerald city area at Eugene MX on Sunday, April 19th. If the Governor does not extend her order, we will all be back at the track next month.
For riders wishing to race, Pac West Promoters Group (PWPG) membership is needed to compete. With a PWPG membership, racers receive $10 per race entry back in Pac West Moto Bucks and 10% off gift card per rider good with MotoSport.com. Racers can get their membership by going to https://pacwestmx.com/fees/.
- Round 2 – April 18, 19 – Eugene MX Park
- Round 3 – May 16, 17 – Albany Motorsports Park
- Round 4 – May 30, 31 – Grays Harbor ORV Park
- Round 5 – June 27, 28 – Moto West MX
- Round 6 – July 11, 12 – Albany Motorsports Park
- Round 7 – August 1, 2 – Hannegan Speedway
- Round 8 – August 15, 16 – Grays Harbor ORV Park
- Round 9 – September 26, 27 – Riley Ranch MX (Coos Riders Asso)
ABOUT AMERICAN HONDA:
American Honda Motor Co., Inc., is the sole distributor of Honda motorcycles, scooters, ATVs and Side-by-Sides in the United States. American Honda’s Powersports Division conducts the sales, marketing, and operational activities for these products through independent authorized Honda retail dealers. For more information on Honda products, go to www.powersports.honda.com.
About the Pac West Motocross Series®:
The Pac West Motocross Series® is designed to bridge the gap between riders, dealers, manufacturers, and track facilities. The Pac West Promoters Group, LLC works with facility owners to create a premier series that offers a cost-effective, shorter format across Washington and Oregon. The PacWest Series® refrains from a concentrated schedule to keep families from straining personal budgets. The one-day format allows riders a full day of practice to build confidence for race day. The result is a series packed with value for the rider that is as cost-effective as possible that keeps our facilities healthy, involves the dealers and gives the manufacturers exposure.