The American Motorcyclist Association is pleased to announce that Moose Racing, a leading provider of top-quality off-road apparel, is the presenting sponsor of the Beta AMA National Dual Sport and Yamaha Super Ténéré AMA National Adventure Riding Series.
PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- The American Motorcyclist Association is pleased to announce that Moose Racing, a leading provider of top-quality off-road apparel, is the presenting sponsor of the Beta AMA National Dual Sport and Yamaha Super Ténéré AMA National Adventure Riding Series.
"For many, the Moose Racing brand conjures thoughts of adventure, toughness and endurance," said AMA Chief Operations Officer Jeff Massey. "These are the qualities that riders bring to both dual sport and adventure riding, making this partnership a perfect fit."
As part of Moose Racing's sponsorship, a lucky participant in each series will win a set of Moose Racing gear at season's end. In addition, Moose Racing or dealer representatives will be on hand at various rounds to connect with the riders and offer branded giveaways.
"Dual sport and adventure riding are among the fastest-growing segments of motorcycling, and Moose Racing is eager for riders to understand the functional value and class-leading qualities of our gear," said Brad Kruckenberg. "The AMA's dual sport and adventure riding series are the largest and longest-running of their kind in the country, and these events are a great way to meet some of America's most-dedicated off-road and back-country riders."
The Beta AMA National Dual-Sport Series, presented by Moose Racing, was created by the AMA in 1987. It has become increasingly popular as off-road and street riders alike have turned to dual-sport recreation to experience the freedom of two wheels.
When larger adventure bikes grew in popularity, the AMA started the Yamaha Super Ténéré AMA National Adventure Series, presented by Moose Racing, to appeal to riders of these bikes. This series also has grown and now boasts rounds in all regions of the continental United States.
For more information about each series, and to find a dual-sport or adventure ride near you, see www.americanmotorcyclist.com/riding/.