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Reschedule dates and T.B.A now posted

Morgantown, W. Va. – Racer Productions, maker of the Can-Am Grand National Cross Country Series, is satisfied to declare updates to the 2011 arrangement plan today. The refreshed calendar incorporates the declaration of the T.B.A area in September, and additionally make-up dates for the Loretta Lynn and Indy 100 races, which were rained out.

Cycle 11 of the arrangement will occur at the Mountain Ridge ATV Trails in Somerset, Pa., September 24 and 25. Mountain Ridge comes back to the GNCC plan for the fifth year consecutively.

“We are eager to report the arrival of Mountain Ridge to the 2011 GNCC plan,” said Trail Boss Jeff Russell. “Somerset is an awesome area and we couldn’t be more eager to convey the GNCC racers and fans to the Pennsylvania territory by and by this year.”

The Loretta Lynn and Indy 100 GNCCs, facilitated at Loretta Lynn Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn. what’s more, Gosport, Ind., individually, both crossed out because of flooding, have been rescheduled for the few days of November 4-6. The rescheduled November race will check the principal ever twofold header in GNCC history. Bicycles are planned to race on Friday, November 4 and afterward again on Sunday, November 6. ATV dashing will continue on the frequently planned Saturday, in the middle of the two days of bicycle hustling.

“There has never been a twofold header GNCC insofar as I’ve been hustling so I’m eager to see it unfurl at Loretta’s this year,” said Barry Hawk, 8-Time GNCC Champion and track crewmember. “With expanded travel costs, we chose to hold a twofold header so families wouldn’t need to influence an extra trek to make-up the Indy 100 bicycle to race,” Hawk included.

Friday’s race will be the Indy 100 make-up bicycle race, while Saturday and Sunday will be the Loretta Lynn make-up end of the week race, co-endorsed by the AMA East National Hare Scramble (NEHS). The 50cc bicycle class will race on Saturday evening, in conjunction with the NEHS.

Besides, an extra disposable has been added to represent the bizarre booking. Beginner bicycle class titles will now be controlled by the rider’s best completes in a base number of 8 occasions, instead of the past 9 occasions. A rider should now enter at least 8 occasions to be qualified for arrangement honors and national class positioning, as Racer Productions understands that not all riders can go to Friday’s race. The extra disposable influences just the beginner bicycle classes.

The 2011 Can-Am Grand National Cross Country Series heads to Patton, Pa., this end of the week, May 28 and 29, for the principal yearly Rock Run GNCC. ATV dashing will happen on Saturday, trailed by bicycle hustling on Sunday. For more data, please visit www.gnccracing.com

About GNCC Racing

The Can-Am Grand National Cross Country arrangement is America’s head rough terrain hustling arrangement. Established in 1979, the 13-round title is created solely by Racer Productions. Crosscountry dashing is a standout amongst the most physically requesting sports on the planet. The exhausting three-hour GNCC races lead upwards of 1,500 riders through tracks running long from eight to 12 miles. With differed landscape, including slopes, woods, mud, soil, rocks and motocross areas, GNCC occasions are trial of both survival and speed. Riders seek more than $3 million in prize cash, which draws ability from everywhere throughout the U.S., Europe, Australia and New Zealand. GNCC Racing is broadcast and show each week on the Versus Network. For more data, please visit www.gnccracing.com.