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realMotocross.com Title Sponsor’s the Texas 2-Stroke Spring Cup at Cycle Ranch

On March 24th, the inaugural 2-Stroke Spring Cup will be held at Cycle Ranch Motorsports Park in Floresville, TX.  The event will be the first of its kind in southern Texas with over 30 race classes for two-strokes and another four that will pit Four Strokes against two strokes.  With over $5,000 in pro payouts and awards & prizes for all riders from companies like Scott USA, Wiseco, Risk Racing, Six12 Suspension and realMotocross.  Not one rider will go away empty handed.

 

With a national caliber motocross track that boasts lap times well over two minutes, rolling elevation changes, several jumps and two whoop sections Cycle Ranch is unparalleled in southern Texas.  “After riding at Cycle Ranch we just knew we needed to be a part of this event. Few places in the country have dirt this good.  The track layout is both challenging and safe and the award program we were able to put together is amazing.  We’ve got amazing brands behind us and even are giving out free massages to three riders. This event is going to be talked about for years to come.”  replied Iain Grae, CEO of realMotocross when asked about the event. This event will also give top riders a chance to be in the limelight as they will be interviewed as they exit the track. RSVP now for the realMotocross Texas 2-Stroke Spring Cup

 

This series is one of a kind: it is filled with the rising stars of motocross, the rich tradition and history of racing, and head-to-head battles between 2-strokes and 4-strokes. There will be plenty of additional entertainment as J P Parsons, the Mouth of the South, will be announcing for all classes.  J P is infamous for his ability to get the crowd involved in each class.  When asked his thoughts on the title sponsorship, George Russell, Cycle Ranch Director replied. “I am excited to be working with realMotocross.com as Title Sponsor for the Texas 2-Stroke Cup Series, as both of our organizations are passionate about motocross and are devoted to promoting the sport.”  During the day there will be food on hand, access to the Moto-Shack MX shop and for those staying over night Toronto SX will be airing live at the Pavilion.

About Cycle Ranch:

Cycle Ranch is situated on 108 acres of red dirt with a mix of clay and sand. Beautiful oak trees are scattered throughout the facility, with several camping areas and RV hook-ups. The main track is over 1.5 miles long and 30 feet wide. There is a junior beginner track, a series of turn tracks, motocross schools. There are permanent bathrooms, private stalls with hot/cold showers, two covered pavilions with picnic tables, covered grandstands that seat 800 behind The Catchers Mitt, where you can see the races up close and personal. There is also a free bike wash. Moto-Shack is a full service shop on premises.

 

About realMotocross:

RealMotocross is a social network specifically geared towards the motocross &

dirt bike riding and racing. realMotocross allows motocross fans, riders and racers

a chance to meet up and discuss all things motocross! Members can find

sponsors; create race resumes, review mx tracks & products, as well as, get

instant discounts on several motocross products. It’s the only site that is 100%

free for motocross riders and promoters. Check out and upload your own

motocross & dirt bike racing videos and pictures.

2013 Winter Crown Finale

 

The grand Finale of The Winter Crown at Cycle Ranch was a weekend full of surprises.  At 6:30 pm Saturday night racers sat down for a chili cook off to benefit riderdown.org, immediately following was an auction with products from Munn Racing, Motocross Vest, Race Tech and….

At 8:00 fans and riders took to the dance floor as cover band Eddie & The Boozers took to the stage.  And then came the rain… it does not rain much in Texas but when it does it pours.  After over 3 inches of rain came down, along with strong winds and hail racing seemed questionable at best.  The event had brought in over $3,000 to rider down which was a huge success but everyone was there to race too! At 4 am Todd Osborn & Steve Smith took to working on the track. With irrigation already in place it was now going to be a true test to see if the track could be saved.  Just after 9 am practice begun and after half a site lap riders began to throw down.  Aside from lakes on the outskirts of every corner the track was prepped shaping up as if it hadn’t poured!

 

By one races were back on schedule and the track was rutted up deeply.  In the first 450A & 250A motos team realMotocross rider Tyler LIvesay swept both motos in fashionable style – while in moto 2 for the 450’s he crashed in the second turn, remounted and on the last lap passed for the lead coming from dead last. In the second 250 moto Tyler missed the moto entirely and gave the overall to Jacob Turbyfill who went 3-1 for 1st overall with Dylan Pemberton going 2-2 for second overall and Tyler Juarez 4-3 for 3rd overall.  The 250 C motos were also extremely exciting with AJ Ramirez and Bailey Plouffe battling out the entire moto. AJ would eventually go on for the overall.

 

With the first Winter Crown Series wrapped up titles will be awarded later this month along with some amazing contingencies at Cycle Ranch MX Park. Stay tuned to www.cycleranchmx.com for details.