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FLORESVILLE -- Since coming under new ownership, Cycle Ranch has been under a constant state of change. Owner Iain Grae is looking to improve upon what was already a nationally renowned track, and he seems to be taking steps in the right direction.

MotoMania Summer Night Series

MotoMania is a Saturday night race series like no other. It gives riders the chance to compete against all skill levels and take home contingencies, which are as good as $18,000 in cash.

This seven-race series event also has more than $5,000 in cash equivalent debit cards for series points leaders. In two new classes, riders are pitted against each other and the top five finishers at each race receive debit cards, which can be used anywhere that takes credit cards. When was the last time you left the track with more money than you came with?

The “Ultimates” are a unique class with all bikes 125cc and up. Think of it as an Open class with no level denomination. This gives riders of all levels a chance to compete offering better racing. It also gives the up-and-comers a chance to see where they are against the top racers out there.

“MiniMania,” presented by MotoShack, is similar to the Ultimates in that payout is done with debit cards, which can be used anywhere credit cards are accepted. The major difference is it is for riders ages 7-15 on 85-105cc bikes, including big wheels and 150. Top 65cc riders may also apply to compete.

Winter Crown awards and dinner

The Winter Crown Series banquet will be held Saturday, June 1. All series members are entitled to a complimentary dinner, but must register. All Winter Crown series members will have exclusive access to be the first public riders on the night track under the lights June 1st.

Families, friends, and riders are invited to attend, and dinner will be just $10. Participants must preorder tickets to ensure enough food is available for everyone.

Trophies will be given to riders. There will be one awarded for every three racers in the class. Riders in the 50cc class who did not earn a trophy will be given a participation trophy, so long as they paid their series membership fee. Big awards will only be given out to those in attendance.

The MX Factory Summer MX Camp trainers

Summer MX camp is here. Jason Doyle and Tyler Livesay will be instructing a five-day motocross school at Cycle Ranch MX Monday through Friday, June 10-14. They will work on all of the fundamentals that will help participants become a better rider, racer, and person. They will include some nutrition and fitness time in the camp to teach what it takes to really become the best that one can be. Also, there will be fun summer games after the riding stops, including beach volleyball, flashlight tag, bean bag toss, moto trivia, moto limbo, and more.

The camp will be from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. each day, and the fee is $650.

For more information, call Cycle Ranch MX at 1-855-571-MOTO (6686) or email info@realmotocross.com.
 

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