Las Vegas, NV, June 24, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Las Vegas serves as the backdrop for the Boulder City Motocross Track (BCMX) as regular practice commences under the stadium lights three nights each week. To date, the national track that opened in December 2007 has hosted a collection of national and regional races with the track’s general manager, Bryce Davis, having his sights set on hosting an international race in the near future as it develops into a premier track.
Encompassing five tracks composed of high quality soil, BCMX caters to riders, teams, and attendees with its abundance of facility amenities. Equipped with RV hook-ups, picnic areas, an on-site snack bar, camping, fire pits, convenient travel to fuel stations, on-site paramedics, restrooms, and overnight parking, the 55-acre facility has an open layout that is conducive to easy navigation and viewing of races.
On the forefront of the BCMX agenda is to provide continual high levels of riding on its national track which was a catalyst in attracting accomplished professional motocross rider Carey Hart to station his Hart and Huntington motocross team’s private training at the facility. BCMX has immediate plans to continue building facility structures as it looks to contend with any premier track in the country. Having the most consistently dry weather in the nation allows BCMX to have quality control of its track conditions throughout the year. “What makes our track unique is our location. Visitors can have the best of both worlds. We are in entertainment capital of the world and we offer track riding until midnight,” says Davis.
Immediately, BCMX announces its inaugural Sully’s Cycle Shop After Hours Motocross Series presented by Half Shell Seafood & Gaming that will begin on July 9. The six-round series culminates with its final race on September 24 followed by an awards event to be held at Half Shell Seafood & Gaming for the series points champions on October 1st.
While Las Vegas continues to attract visitors, people now have another recreation available to them. BCMX provides top-notch outdoor recreation through an activity that families can enjoy together. “Our number one goal is to give our riders, their crews, and their families a first class track. Everyone in all age groups can enjoy riding and we even accommodate quads at our track,” says Davis.
With plans to broadcast all BCMX races, the track will become one of the best known and most visible venues in the world. Paralleling the bright lights of Las Vegas, the stadium lights of BCMX generate a glow around the facility. A one-of-a-kind pairing, Davis sees his prime location as a key in contributing to Las Vegas’ visitor count. As motocross is one of the largest followed and practiced motorsports in the world, it is a sport that encompasses a wide range of ages and abilities. “Our location is special,” concludes Davis, “There’s nowhere else in the world where you can couple a day of out on the Las Vegas Strip with a night of motocross riding under the lights.”