The worlds largest Freestyle Motocross series to land in 7 cities this fall AURORA, Ill. (May 22, 2003) -- Clear Channel Entertainment -- Motor Sports today announced that the 2003 Fall IFMA (International Freestyle Motocross Association) ...
The worlds largest Freestyle Motocross series to land in 7 cities this fall
AURORA, Ill. (May 22, 2003) -- Clear Channel Entertainment -- Motor Sports today announced that the 2003 Fall IFMA (International Freestyle Motocross Association) Freestyle Motocross Presented by XM Satellite Radio series will go on-sale nationally June 7. An exclusive early on-sale will happen on May 30 for Clear Channel Entertainment -- Motor Sports Cross Club members, giving them first right to the best seats in each market. Internet sales through www.Ticketmaster.com and www.ticketswest.com (Spokane, Wash.) will open with a special pre-sale starting June 2. To become a cross club member -- visit www.pacefmx.com for registration information.
The IFMA is set to land in 7 cities with two nights of competition in each market. The 7 round fall series includes the final two rounds of the Vans Triple Crown of Freestyle Motocross. Round two -- The Mountain Dew National Championships of FMX will be held in New Orleans, October 10-11, and round three -- The Vans Championship of FMX will be held in Richmond, Va., November 7-8. The first round, the Xbox Pro of FMX, was held in Minneapolis on April 4-5, as Kenny Bartram swept the weekends competition winning both Friday and Saturday night.
Returning to the series, 2002 IFMA Champion and current IFMA points leader, Kenny "The Cowboy" Bartram is a favorite to repeat as champion. With every competition, Bartram is challenged by Nate Adams, 2001 IFMA Champion Dustin Miller, 2000 IFMA Champion Jake Windham, Ronnie Renner, Andy Jones, Adam Jones and more. Don't miss any of the IFMA action when it comes to a city near you.
IFMA Freestyle Motocross Presented by XM Satellite Radio 2003 Fall Series follows: <pre> Phoenix, Ariz. August 1-2 America West Arena Fresno, Calif. September 12-13 Selland Arena Spokane, Wash. September 19-20 Spokane Arena* New Orleans, La. October 10-11 New Orleans Arena Richmond, Va. November 7-8 Richmond Coliseum San Diego, Calif. November 14-15 Sports Arena Kansas City, Mo. December 5-6 Kemper Arena