Race Tech will be on hand to lend support to riders that have suspension needs during the AMA Amateur Arenacross final in Las Vegas.
Once again Race Tech’s staff will be on hand providing support to all of the competitors at the AMA Amateur National Arenacross Championships in Las Vegas, NV. Race Tech will be supporting all riders with their suspension needs as they compete at the South Point Arena for a chance at an AMA number one plate.
“We have a great time at this event each and every year providing support to all the riders. At the top level, we’ve helped graduate some of our Expert level support riders from the AMA Amateur National Arenacross Championships into the Supercross ranks with riders like Cody Church, Brian Burns, Billy Carpenter, and more; while enjoying championships and grooming future stars with minibike riders like Zach Easter and Tayler Grall,” stated Race Tech’s Director of Marketing Chris Riesenberg.
“No matter what level or rider or what choice the competitors make for their suspension needs, our full staff of techs are on site all weekend long to provide setup help, service, and support. We want to give each racer the opportunity to reach their highest potential at the event,” Chris continued.
The AMA Amateur National Arenacross Championships invites over 450 of the best Amateur Arenacross racers from around the World to compete for an AMA National Championship. The top four riders from each region qualified throughout the 2014 season for an invite in each of the 29 classes.
Racers looking for service work at the event should schedule an appointment with Race Tech prior to the event by contacting Sydney in Rider Support by calling 951.279.6655 ext 119 or emailing Sydney@racetech.com.