Auction benefits U.S. Junior World Motocross Championships team
December 05, 2012
PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- Imagine
being the proud owner of jerseys autographed by professional Supercross and
motocross riders Chad Reed, Ryan Dungey, Justin Barcia and others.
Or maybe you would like to get 2013 VIP Supercross passes for Atlanta and the
final round at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas, Nev., or new Junior World
Motocross Championships t-shirts, hats and stickers.
Lucky bidders have a chance to get these items and help an American
Motorcyclist Association motocross team at the same time. You can find the
auctions by searching "jrworldmx" at eBay.com.
The AMA organized this eBay auction, which began Dec. 4, to help cover the
expenses of the American team that took part in the Fédération Internationale
de Motocyclisme Junior Motocross World Championships in Bulgaria this year.
After two years of dominance, the U.S. team finished third in 2012 and but
plans to regain the title in 2013 in the Czech Republic.
In accordance with eBay rules and procedures, all items will be auctioned for
10 days or fewer, and the highest bidder wins. Don't miss your chance to lay
claim to your share of rare memorabilia today by searching eBay with the term
About the American Motorcyclist Association
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