News 11 Feb 2021

Road 2 Recovery named official charity of Pro Motocross

Continued partnership though 2021 kicks off with Moto Van Sweepstakes.

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MX Sports Pro Racing has announced that the Road 2 Recovery Foundation has been named the official charity of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship for the upcoming 2021 season.

This continues the ongoing partnership between the premier outdoor racing series in the US and the industry’s most prominent and recognizable non-profit organization.

Together they have raised tens of thousands of dollars to date through various initiatives and look to continue that success throughout this year.

“No rider should experience extreme challenges in their recovery from injuries sustained as a function of their choice to pursue a career in such an inherently dangerous activity, such as professional motorsports,” said Roy Janson, managing director at MX Sports Pro Racing.

“That’s why the motocross community as a whole is eternally grateful for the unwavering, selfless commitment of the Road 2 Recovery, and we look forward to generating even more critical funds for riders who should be focused on their recovery process and not saddled with the stress of medical bills.”

To kick off the 2021 partnership, Road 2 Recovery has put together a Moto Van Sweepstakes. Coordinated in conjunction with Custom Uplifts, the grand prize is a custom restored Dodge 3500 van, perfectly catered to the motocross enthusiast.

The sweepstakes kick off Sunday, 14 February, and you can enter to win via a $10 donation on the Road 2 Recovery website. The contest ends on April 11th, with the winner will be announced on 13 April. The winning recipient will have the opportunity to pick it up in person at the opening round of the season, the Fox Raceway I National in Pala, California, on 29 May.