The Sickest Trick Competition during the XDL Championship Series will be sponsored by Racing 905.
For the last 4 seasons, Chula Vista, CA-based Racing 905 has been a strong supporter of XDL. In 2011 Racing 905 took a big step in sponsoring the Racing 905 Speed & Style competition, and this season, Racing 905 is going even bigger by taking over as title sponsor for the Racing 905 Sickest Trick. The Racing 905 Sickest Trick competition format gives a rider one minute in which he or she can perform any one trick. If the trick is completed, then the rider is scored by fellow competitors, and the rider with the highest score walks away with $1,000 in cold hard cash.
"Sickest Trick has always been our most popular competitions," stated XDL series founder Randy Grube. "To now have Racing 905 as the title sponsor is icing on the cake because that group of people has been around XDL and supported us for many years. In fact Racing 905 is the only XDL sponsor that is on the ground at every event, helping to set up and tear down and manage the show. It's a great relationship and we're glad we have Racing 905 on our team."
"We've been with XDL for a long time and in this sport for even longer," remarked Racing 905 founder Aaron Celiceo. "So for us to become such an integrated part of XDL is really cool because as XDL is getting bigger and establishing itself in countries outside the U.S., it helps us grow the Racing 905 brand and visibility for our products. XDL has come a long way and we're in this for the long haul."
2012 XDL Championship Series Schedule
R1: Budds Creek, MD - Maryland International Raceway
, 7/21 & 22
R2: Long Beach, CA - Queen Mary, 8/3 & 4
R3: Indianapolis, IN - Downtown, 8/17 & 18
R4: Albuquerque, NM - NAPA Speedway, 8/31 and 9/1
Finals: Portland, OR - Portland International Raceway, 9/14 & 15
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Racing 905 was established in 2000, in San Diego, CA by Aaron, Adrian and Stephanie Celiceo and Tim Knight. With a rich history in off-road fabrication, Racing 905 turned to the street motorcycle market when it recognized an unmet need for crash protection products for the new breed of street riders. The result was the development of the first 3-point crash cage that was soon patented as (US 6910704 B1) and named Racing 905 Stunt Armor. Today Racing 905 has evolved into one of the major fabricators of street bike stunt accessories and has a following that spans the globe.
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XDL is the only championship of its kind and is a leader in reaching the 18-34 old sportbike demographic. Each XDL event features the world's most skilled athletes squaring off in five unique competitions for over $10,000 in prize money. Since its inception in 2006 the series has built a global following in places as far off as India, Indonesia, China, Japan, Australia, France, Thailand and Eastern Europe, and in the process emerged as the fastest growing action sport in America.