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MotorcycleUSA.com Introduces Fantasy SX

Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Supercross fans now have the ultimate opportunity to keep track of racing action with MotorcycleUSA.com’s new Fantasy SX racing series sponsored by Leatt. In addition, MotorcycleUSA.com has teamed up with Leatt to offer two different prize giveaways – one for all-new Fantasy racing sign ups and a grand prize for the overall Fantasy SX champion at the end of the season.
SX Fantasy Racing
MotorcycleUSA.com and Leatt will be giving away a Leatt GPX Club II neck brace to new fantasy supercross players who sign up before January 22, 2011.

If you’re one of the hundreds who have already enjoyed MotorcycleUSA.com’s Fantasy Superbike, Fantasy GP or Fantasy Motocross, all you have to do is create a Fantasy SX team to be automatically entered to win the grand prize. Of course, actually winning is a different story! Whoever wins the championship will collect a Leatt GPX Pro Brace, Leatt Adventure Pro Chest Protector and Leatt team sweatshirt - so make your picks wisely! The prize package will go to the person who scores the most points over the course of the season. In the event of a tie, the grand prize winner will be chosen randomly between the top finishers.

Not a current fantasy player? Even better! MotorcycleUSA.com and Leatt are sweetening the deal for new members with an additional giveaway. Sign up for Fantasy racing by January 22 and new players with have the opportunity to win a Leatt GPX Club II neck brace! Go to the Sign Up page to register.

Signing up for Fantasy SX is completely free, and it also gives players access to the exclusive online motorcycle social network of My MotoUSA. It’s full of great ways to share your two-wheeled love with like-minded enthusiasts, and you can challenge them to a friendly duel in the multiple fantasy racing leagues.

“Playing Fantasy SX is going to be a blast,” says MotorcycleUSA.com Off-Road Editor, JC Hilderbrand. “The fact that Leatt is putting up such a cool set of prizes only makes it that much better. Someone could potentially win at the beginning of the season, and at the end! Fantasy racing is proving to be pretty popular on MotorcycleUSA.com so we’re just excited to expand with Supercross and offer another fun feature on the website.”

The Grand Prize package includes over $900 of lifesaving Leatt hardware and a cozy sweatshirt for casual comfort. The Pro Brace is Leatt’s top-of-the-line neck brace system ($695). It’s the lightest, most ventilated and by far the best looking. Constructed of 100% carbon fiber means the Pro Brace weighs roughly half what other Leatt braces weigh. Adjustable to fit riders from approximately 120 to 220 pounds, it also comes with its own bio-foam brace carrier.

The Leatt Adventure chest protectors ($159) are the only ones perfectly integrated to fit and function with the Leatt neck brace. Exclusive elastic BraceOn straps keeps the brace in place while allowing it and the chest protector to move independently. It passes CE Level 2 which is the strictest safety standard in the world for motorcycle chest protectors.

Be sure to read the full set of Fantasy SX game rules to see how the game is played. Then create a team, pick your racers and watch as the gate drops at Anaheim 1 for the season opener!

Full details about the Sign Up and Play and Win giveaways can be found on the Terms and Conditions page.

About Leatt Brace
 
Leatt is a sign of commitment, passion and dedication. It shows the world that you’re serious about your sport and, when it comes to safety, you don’t accept half-measures. It’s a badge of honor. A choice.

About Motorcycle USA 

MotorcycleUSA.com is the most advanced and diverse motorcycle content site on the Web. For more than a decade, MotorcycleUSA.com has provided breaking industry news, comprehensive motorcycle reviews and gear evaluations as well as extensive motorcycle racing coverage for both road and dirt. In addition there are more photographs, motorcycle specifications, rider impressions and online motorcycle videos than any Internet publication.
AMA Supercross Rider Bios
Jake Weimer Bio
Jake Weimer was one of the more underrated 250 riders before nailing down the West Coast SX Championship in 2010. For 2012, he'll aim to recover from a difficult season plagued by injury.
Kyle Regal Bio
Based out of Kemp, Texas, Kyle Regal is a former rookie who skipped the Loretta Lynn’s amateur nationals in favor of turning pro during the 2009 season.

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Comments
VegasTrace   January 4, 2014 01:47 PM
Where do you start?! I'm registered!!!

PC -Bring It On  November 24, 2010 07:00 AM
Awesome! Love the Fantasy Racing, but how about including the Lites class. I know it is divided East/West, but it is much more challenging than the 450 class. There's still time. Do it do it