Both pro and club racers will get to benefit from Dunlop’s professional services during three-race series.
Knievel Glowing with Excitement for Halloween
Glow-in-the-dark jump in the name of safety!
I always thought that more things should glow in the dark and apparently I’m not alone.
Stuff that needs to glow:
- Car keys
- light switches
- people who are about to jump me in a dark alley (so I can see them coming)
- golf balls
- dog poop so I can avoid stepping in it
- tv remote
- the toilet seat
- low door frames or anything else I can bump my head into.
Glo-Tek has decided that maybe motorcycle and bicycle riders should probably glow too and have released a line of products to do just that. And what better time to release these products then on Halloween when tons of people will be lurking in the darkness.
Glo-Tek is kicking these products off with the help of Kaptain Robbie Knievel, son of Evil Knievel, at the All American 400 weekend at Motor City Complex on Halloween night. Robbie will perform a death defying glow-in-the-dark jump to showcase the product.
Along with the flying glow-in-the-dark Knievel, a glowing BMX exhibit, a haunted house for the kiddies, and a pre-jump concert will be on site to keep your night moving.
If you can’t make the show, you can always just turn off all the lights in your computer room and play “Knievel’s Wild Ride” and pretend it’s all glowing in the dark.