Fox Racing Confirms Partnership with Second Annual JuniorMotoX

Fox Racing is an iconic brand in motocross and has been a longtime supporter of amateur racing. The company was an early supporter of the inaugural JuniorMotoX and will again be on hand at the second annual event inside the Lazy E Arena on May 11-14.

“The first JuniorMotoX was a great event so we are really happy to see it growing in participation for 2017”, said Todd Hicks, MX/Wake Marketing Manager for Fox. “A lot of the top amateur motocross racers were treated to an amazing track and the live webcast and TV show was amazing.”

The Lazy E Arena is located just north of Oklahoma City so it is a central location for riders from throughout the country to meet up. The 2016 track got rave reviews for the multi-line layout that created great racing and you can expect more of the same for 2017. Following two days of youth racing, the 2017 event will also include an adult only Sunday MotoX program so everybody can enjoy the awesome track.

Ty Masterpool 2016 JuniorMotoX

Ty Masterpool, one of the longtime Fox riders took a JMX championship in 2016 and will be back for more in 2017. Photo: Sebastian Clemmons

Many of the top amateur racers competed in the inaugural event and more of the top racers are expected to be competing in 2017. Some classes are beginning to fill up so enter before it is too late.

You can enter here, www.juniormotox.com/registration/

Check out the 2017 promo video here:

About Fox Racing

For over 4 decades, Fox Racing has been the global leader in motocross and mountain biking gear and apparel. Fox outfits the world’s best competitive action sport athletes and enthusiasts with products that combine innovation and style, rooted in the brand’s original competitive motocross spirit. The company is based in Irvine, California, with offices, retail stores, and an international roster of sponsored athletes, located around the world. For more information, and to view the full range of Fox products, visit www.foxracing.com

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