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MXSponsor October Newsletter

Choice Hotels to Support Riders Through

MXSponsor is proud to announce our latest partner… Choice Hotels International, one of the largest and most successful lodging franchisors in the world has teamed up with to offer riders support opportunities with their hotel chains.  Choice Hotels will be the official hotel chain of MXSponsor and all riders will be eligible to receive deals at hotels such as; Cambria Suites®, Comfort Inn®, Comfort Suites®, Quality®, Sleep Inn®, Clarion®, MainStay Suites®, Suburban Extended Stay Hotel®, Econo Lodge®, and Rodeway Inn® brand hotels.

We know how expensive travel can be, especially with gas prices today. Every rider out there can’t afford a $200,000 Motor home and we understand that. We are really trying to think outside the box on new deals for our riders, and we are stoked to see Choice Hotels step up in such a big way for our industry.  MxSponsor has seen tremendous growth in part because of our relentless pursuit of bettering the experience of the local racer.

To take advantage of this deal... click here

 ONE Industries Continues Top of The line Rider Support

 One Industries continues to support riders exclusivley through

One Industries is most amateur nationals offering support to riders in the form of helping them apply graphics and seat covers.  Look for One Industries at the Mini O’s, Lake Whitney, World Mini’s and Loretta Lynn’s.

"For 2009 we will have a whole new line of graphics and casual wear as well as helmets, we will also be introducing our own line of rider gear for 2009 which we are extremely excited about." says Kyle Smith of One Industries

Check out this video of Rider Support manager Kyle Smith at the World Minis in Las Vegas

 Gaerne's Supporting Riders with the new SG12 Boot

The all new SG-12--Tested and Developed by Ryan Dungey--Trey Canard--Travis Preston--Dan Reardon. Gaerne's SG10 has been the flagship boot in their line for quite a while, but move over and welcome the launch of its successor, the SG12.

Gaerne's Bob Rathkamp provided some of the details about what makes it different from previous versions. "It's basically a refinement of the previous boot (the SG10), and the grip guard on the inside is larger, lighter, and designed to be smooth so that it doesn't hook the bike. It also has a smaller toe box and is lighter."

The ankle pivot has also been redesigned, which was something that Lites East Supercross Champion, Trey Canard, was excited about. "I like that the pivot isn't right on my anle bone, so it's not putting pressure on it." Trey also mentioned that he thought it was slightly harder to break in, but he felt that it was for the better. Besides the repositioned pivot, the SG12 also features a dual pivot system, with a stop built into it like you get with a knee brace. That should help reduce some pressure on your ankles from especially hard landings.

Like the SG10, the new SG12 has a carbon shank in the sole to help protect your feet. The dual durometer Vibram sole is a new design, and is replaceable. Up top, there's a new gaitor that's designed to help keep dirt out of the boot.  According to Ryan Dungey, "It's definitely a little lighter. Gripping the bike is a lot easier, too. It molds to your bike better, as far as really getting in there and getting a good tight grip on your bike. The first day out of the box, breaking in isn't even an issue."

Send your resume to Gaerne today... click here

 MXSponsor Spotlight: Elizabeth Bash

Name, Age, Location, Racing Class

Elizabeth Bash 22 Riverside Ca , women’s pro

How long have you been riding and when did you first start competing? I have been riding for 11 years and started competing shortly thereafter at local races

What was your first bike and what do you ride now? My first bike was a 1986 KX 80 that my Dad bought. It had 2 flat tires and cost $500. I now ride a Kawasaki 250F

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 You Have Questions- We Have Answers!!!

How do you accept sponsors- You must first login to your account after recieving your response letter. Once logged in, you will be in the rider center. You must then scroll down on that same page, and you will see the list of companies with an ACCEPT or DENY button next to them. Just click ACCEPT!  If you are not a paid member, you will be prompted to pay at this time.

How much does MXSponsor cost- The website is FREE to signup and send resumes to all of our companies to see if you have what it takes.  In order to sign and accept sponsorship deals and to recieve ordering information, you must activate your account by paying a $50 fee.  The $50 is a ONE TIME YEARLY FEE, UNLIMITED SPONSORS!!! Yes, you can have 100 sponsors through MXSponsor, and it is still only 50 bucks. The program  starts on the date that you pay, and runs for a full year to the same date of the following year.

How do you pay- after clicking ACCEPT, you will then be prompted to pay. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A PAYPAL MEMBER TO PAY. When checking out, if you look to the left of the screen, there will be a list of credit cards. You can also pay by using a Checking Account. Checks take 3-5 days to clear, while a Credit Card activates your instantly.

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