Irvine, CA (October 26, 2011) – Boise Idaho hosted the GEICO AMA EnduroCross series, presented by Lucas Oil for the first time and the track featured a very technical pond double jump and the longest rock section ever used. Very few riders even attempted the double pond section and the rocks proved challenging to even the best riders. Check out the video to see what the riders had to face.
SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (October 25, 2011) – SURFER Magazine is pleased to announce Operation Amped as the recipient of the 2011 SURFER Poll “Agent of Change” award and beneficiary of VIP table sales at this year’s SURFER Poll Awards.
SOCIAL MEDIA TO TAKE 2011 SURFER POLL VOTING TO NEW HEIGHTS SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (October 21, 2011) - The past few years have seen social media play a significant role in the results of the annual SURFER Poll, the award show where fans decide the Top 10 male and Top 5 female surfers of the year. Athletes and brands have launched...
Boise EnduroCross Sneak Peak Reveals Two Ponds Fans and riders are in for a real treat in Idaho Irvine, CA (October 21, 2011) – The GEICO AMA EnduroCross Series, presented by Lucas Oil will make a first ever visit to Idaho this Saturday, October 22nd and a sneak peak at the track reveals the first ever “double pond” section. The Idaho Center, just west of Boise has a larger than normal floor, which allowed the track crew to get a little creative with the pond section. The riders will splash...
Irvine, CA (October 18, 2011) — Zip Ty Husqvarna’s Cory Graffunder was title threat leading into the 2011 GEICO AMA EnduroCross series, presented by Lucas Oil. The 22 year old Canadian had proven to be a regular podium contender in 2010 and finished fourth in the championship.
A perfect season in motorsports is rare and in the unpredictable world of GEICO AMA EnduroCross, it seems even more unlikely. But KTM’s Taddy Blazusiak has won all five events of the 2011 series heading into round six in Boise, Idaho next weekend, which is leading many to predict that he can pull it off.
CANGGU, Bali/Indonesia (Tuesday, October 11, 2011) - Davey Cathels (AUS) has won the Oakley World Pro Junior Bali after an epic final battle with Andrew Doheny (USA). As the day dawned competitors and surf fans were greeted by a slight increase in swell size, as predicted by official event forecaster Surfline, with clean 3 – 5 foot surf consistently rolling into Canggu.
GrindMedia is pleased to announce that CJ Olivares will serve the company as television/video advisor to develop original television and video programming.
Coco Ho (HAW) won the Women’s Oakley World Pro Junior Bali title over Dimity Stoyle (AUS) in a hard-fought Final. The victory earns Ho USD $5,000 in prize money and puts her atop the ASP Women’s World Junior Title ratings.
Idaho off road motorcycle enthusiasts are gearing up for the first ever GEICO AMA EnduroCross event presented by Lucas Oil to visit their state.