Electric motorcycle company, Alta Motors, will become an official partner with the AMA Endurocross series. Alta’s Redshift MX electric motorcycle has already competed in the series taking a vet class win. 

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IRVINE, CALIF. (July 31, 2017) – Alta has already proven the capability of their Redshift MX electric bike at EnduroCross. During the first official race for the bike at the 2016 Phoenix EnduroCross, Kurt Nicoll took the vet class win with a last lap pass. For 2017, Alta will become an official partner with the AMA EnduroCross series to help show off the bike to all the racers and fans.

“The extreme obstacles encountered during an EnduroCross race allow the Alta Redshift MX to demonstrate its benefits over the competition,” stated Jon Bekefy, Director of Marketing at Alta Motors. “Riders no longer need to worry about a clutch or shifting during competition and the bike will not stall, which makes those moments less disruptive. Now our riders can focus on clearing the obstacles, which is a big advantage. We’re excited to be entering the Pro Class this year and showcasing the advantages of the Redshift MX.”

You can learn more about Alta motorcycles here: www.altamotors.co

The 2017 AMA EnduroCross series, presented by Moose racing and PJ1 will include seven rounds, starting on August 19th inside the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.

2017 AMA EnduroCross Championship Schedule
Date  –  Location  –  Arena
August 19, 2017  –  Las Vegas, Nevada  –  Orleans Arena
September 23, 2017  –  Reno, Nevada  –  Reno – Sparks Livestock Events Center
September 30, 2017  –  Denver, Colorado  –  National Western Events Center
October 14, 2017  –  Everett, Washington  –  XFINITY Arena
October 28, 2017  –  Scottsdale, Arizona  –  WestWorld
November 4, 2017  –  Boise, Idaho  –  Ford Idaho Center
November 18, 2017  –  Ontario, California  –  Citizens Business Bank Arena

*Subject to Change

For more information, visit www.endurocross.com.

The Alta Redshift MX electric bike has already had some EnduroCross success in the Vet class. For 2017, you can expect to see a few riders competing in the Super EnduroCross (Pro) class.