The 2nd annual Monster Energy/Powder Mountain Motocross kicks off today featuring the King of Supercross himself – Monster Energy’s own Jeremy “Showtime” McGrath – racing on the track he designed.
The Monster Energy Powder Mountain MX will span four days starting today with practice and running through the 22nd. McGrath, who designed the course, will again be the featured Monster athlete.
Last year’s inaugural Monster Energy/Powder Mountain MX drew an astounding thousand entries and 15,000 fans which made this the largest outdoor motocross event in the history of Utah. Sculpted into the Powder Mountain ski runs, the amazing views from the 8200′ elevation make for a highly memorable MX experience.
“The Powder Mountain race was awesome last year,” said pro racer David Pingree. “That event has more potential than any place I’ve been in a long time and hopefully I can get back and be a part of it again. I love getting up to the mountains and being somewhere a little off the beaten path. At Powder Mountain I actually get to race at a location like that … it’s a special event.”
Race registration and camping reservations can be made online. It’s only $50 per class to race on this amazing track over the ski slopes at Powder Mountain, featuring full range of amateur classes – from Novice to Veteran – Pro and Women’s classes.
Parking at the event site is limited since Powder Mountain’s main parking lot has been transformed into the stage for the motocross and vendors. Free shuttle service from Wolf Creek’s Festival Field, 1 mile north of Eden’s 4-way stop, will run continuously starting at 8:30 a.m. Friday through Sunday. Admission to the event is $10 per person, per day and free for children ages 4 and under.
Back for 2010 is the Monster Energy Recycle Program – Bring a Monster Energy can to recycle and you will gain full access to the Monster Energy VIP Pit Area.