Do you know someone who has worked to spread the sport of motorcycling to younger riders?
If so, please nominate that person for the federal Department of the Interior’s “Champion of Change” award.
A Champion of Change is any person who is working to get young people to play, learn, serve and work outdoors. This can include getting young riders out on dirt bikes and volunteering to make our nation’s trails safer and more fun to navigate.
As someone who started riding at a young age due to the example set by older riders, I urge you to think of someone who has been a role model for young racers or motorcyclists and nominate that person for this award.
Not only is this a chance to recognize someone who is helping to grow the sport, this is a great opportunity to demonstrate to non-riders the benefits of riding!
Don’t wait; applications are due this Friday, Feb. 21st!
You can apply by visiting going to the application form here.