Road2Recovery new website and plans first trip to X Games
Carlsbad, CA – Road2Recovery has just launched a brand new website that really combines multiple sites into one. In the past there was a EBay Store, online sales, and separate sites to help fundraising for injured professionals. Now it’s a one stop shop at Road2Recovery.com.
The new website maintains the history of Road2Recovery with some great pics from past events dating back to 2001 with top riders like Travis Pastrana from his pre teen age years. There are some really unique items for sale and auction right on the site as well. Autographed motocross gear, memorabilia, posters, event packages and more!
Road2Recovery expanded into action sports this year and will be attending their first X Games this year in Austin TX. Bucky Lasek and friends will be hosting the first annual fundraiser at K1 Speed on Wednesday June 4th in Austin. This will be a fun and competitive evening where spots will be auctioned to race high performance indoor electric karts with and against some of X Games top professionals! Confirmed drivers are Bucky Lasek (Skate), Travis Pastrana (Mr. Everything), Tanner Foust (Rally X), Chase Hawk (BMX), Liam Doran (Rally X), Blake “Bilko” Williams (FMX) and more confirming daily. Make sure to visit Road2Recovery.com and bid on your chance to join in the endurance format race! If you would like to reserve or sponsor a team for this race email firstname.lastname@example.org immediately.
Road2Recovery will also be on site at X Games with an activation that will encourage awareness and offer athlete autograph signings and free swag. Make sure to stop by “The Garage” area of the venue and say hello June 6 – 8 at Circuit of the America’s in Austin TX.
Mission Statement: To provide financial assistance to AMA licensed professional motocross/supercross riders and action sports professionals in the event they sustain career ending injuries. Alongside the professionals the Foundation is dedicated to providing emotional and spiritual support to the families. Continue acting as a pathway for the action sports public and its supporters to donate funds to be issued to injured professionals.