Husky 2013 off-road contingency
December 20, 2012
The following is an industry press release...
HUSKY SUPPORTS OFFROAD: For 2013 Husqvarna has stepped up to offer factory contingency to all its 2012/13 Model Year riders! They have supported almost every AMA sanctioned and non sanctioned series, Nationals, Local series and more!
For the AMA Western Checkpoint Enduro Championship they are ponying up $78K in rewards and a season end AA Championship award.
Here are the Payouts for each class:
AA: 1st - $400, 2nd - $200, 3rd - $150, 4th - $100, 5th - $50
A: 1st - $300, 2nd - $150, 3rd - $100, 4th - $50, 5th - $25
B: 1st - $100, 2nd - $75, 3rd - $50, 4th - $25, 5th - $25
C: 1st - $75, 2nd - $50, 3rd - $25, 4th - $25, 5th - $25
AA Year End Championship: 1st - $500, 2nd - $300, 3rd - $200
Check out the web page - www.heroesridehuskys.com
Off-Road Series that are supported - 2013 OFF-Road Contingency
Off-Road Pay Out Schedules - 2013 OFF-Road Pay Outs
They have also stepped up to support D-37 Enduro, D-37 Desert, AMA National Hare and Hounds and many, many, many more!
About the American Motorcyclist Association
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