2005 – 2006 Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows Schedule announced

Celebrating 25 Years of Providing Motorcycle Enthusiasts With The Latest Products, Trends and Information



Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows presented by Toyota Trucks
will kick-off a 13-city nationwide series in November 2005. From New
York to California, this nationwide tour will offer attendees across
the country an up close look at hundreds of 2006-model street bikes,
dirt bikes, cruisers, ATVs, new concept bikes, vintage bikes and more.
This motorcycle extravaganza will give enthusiasts of all ages the
opportunity to try out the latest gear and accessories from more than
17 manufacturers all under one roof.



The 2005-2006 Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows Present by Toyota Trucks Schedule:

  • November 4-6, 2005 – Fort Worth Convention Center – Fort Worth TX*
  • November 11-13 – Reliant Center – Houston TX
  • November 18-20 – Colorado Convention Center – Denver CO *
  • December 2-4 – Qwest Field & Events Center – Seattle WA
  • December 9-11 – Long Beach Convention Center – Long Beach CA *
  • December 16-18 – San Jose McEnery Convention Center – San Jose CA
  • January 6-8, 2006 – Rock Financial Showplace – Novi MI
  • January 13-15 – Washington Convention Center – Washington D.C.
  • January 20-22 – Jacob K. Javits Center – New York NY
  • January 27-29 – IX Center – Cleveland OH
  • February 3-5 – Minneapolis Convention Center – Minneapolis MN*
  • February 10-12 – Donald E. Stevens Convention Center – Chicago IL
  • March 17-19 – Cobb Galleria Centre – Atlanta GA

* Held in conjunction with BooKoo Arenacross Championship Series Presented by K&N Filters.



“Our 25th anniversary is possible because of the strong support we
receive from the major motorcycle manufacturers, aftermarket companies,
dealers and local motorcycle companies,” said Show Director Jeff
D’Entremont. “For 25 years, the American Motorcycle Association has
endorsed our efforts and we continue to celebrate our long time
relationships with the association and all industry leaders. Each year,
hundreds of thousands of people attend the shows knowing it’s their
first and best opportunity of the season to see and experience all of
the latest models, gear and accessories together in one location.”



This year, four of the Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows
presented by Toyota Trucks will be held in conjunction with the
first-ever BooKoo Arenacross Championship Series Presented by K&N
Filters. Professional and amateur Arenacross action will take place
throughout each weekend in the Fort Worth, Denver, Long Beach and
Minneapolis markets.



For the 12th year, Cycle World, the nation’s most popular motorcycle
magazine, is title sponsor for all shows. Leading manufacturer Toyota
Trucks will be returning for the seventh year as presenting sponsor and
Progressive Motorcycle Insurance is back as official product sponsor.
The Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows® presented by Toyota
Trucks are produced by Powertrain. Fueled by Advanstar. For more
information call (800) 331-5706.



Courtesy Advanstar



EnduroCross II

EnduroCross II





Las Vegas NV, Orleans Hotel & Arena



EnduroCross brings all the excitement of off-road, trials, motocross, showmanship & more together in one spot. It’s unique in the United States. And the fans know it, as the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas was completely sold out for this second version of EnduroCross.



Defending champion Ryan Hughes had the fastest qualifying lap: 50 seconds. The track itself is a brutal mix of jumps, bumps, logs, sand, water, and rocks. There was a very difficult section of rocks that was tough to walk over, let alone ride a motorcycle over.



Off-road superstar David Knight won the Main Event, riding the #20 KTM. Second place went to veteran motocross/supercross racer John Dowd, riding a Suzuki. Third place went Ricky Dietrich, riding the #56 Kawasaki.



Look at the names and the photos below – it reads like a who’s who of the off-road world!



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The very tough rock section

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Destry Abbott

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Sold out Orleans Arena

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John Dowd

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Ryan Hughes

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Champion David Knight, from the Isle of Man

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The smiles tell it all!

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Destry Abbott’s race machine

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KJ – Kinney Jones

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Ivan Cervantes

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Ty Davis

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John Dowd

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David Knight

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Guy Perrett

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Nathan Woods

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Russ Pearson in the water

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Homero Diaz

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David Chavez

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Geoff Aaron

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Kurt Caselli

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Xavier Galindo

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Patrick Garrahan

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Barry Hawk

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Randy Hawkins

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Ryan Hughes

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Mike Lafferty

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Kurt Nicoll



2006 AMA Supercross Series Schedule





16 races make up the 2006 AMA Supercross Series.



  • January 7 – Angel Stadium – Anaheim CA
  • January 14 – Bank One Park – Phoenix AZ
  • January 21 – Angel Stadium – Anaheim CA
  • January 28 – SBC Park – San Francisco CA
  • February 4 – Angel Stadium – Anaheim CA
  • February 11 – Qualcomm Stadium – San Diego CA
  • February 18 – Edward Jones Dome – St. Louis MO
  • February 25 – Georgia Dome – Atlanta GA
  • March 4 – RCA Dome – Indianapolis IN
  • March 11 – Daytona Int. Speedway – Daytona Beach FL
  • March 18 – Citrus Bowl – Orlando FL
  • March 25 – Ford Field – Detroit MI
  • April 1 – Reliant Stadium – Houston TX
  • April 22 – Texas Stadium – Dallas TX
  • April 29 – Qwest Field – Seattle WA
  • May 6 – Sam Boyd Stadium – Las Vegas NV

And there are two international events in Canada:



December 3 – Toronto, and December 10 – Vancouver.



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AMA Pro Racing’s 2006 Supercross / Motocross National Numbers

National numbers are based on a system that allows past champions,
current champions and riders who have earned a top-10 national ranking,
to select and retain the same number from year to year. This system was
established in 2002.



Current AMA National Champions can carry the No. 1 plate. Numbers 2
through 9 are reserved for past National Champions in active
competition, or they may select any available number. Riders ranked in
the top-10 in combined Supercross and Motocross points can choose a
Career Number from 10-999 which they keep until they withdraw from
competition or fail to earn a National point. Riders outside the top-10
in combined points are assigned consecutive numbers through 99 based on
year-end points, but can request a higher triple-digit number when
applying for their 2006 license. Riders outside the top 99 can keep
their 2005 racing numbers by renewing their AMA Pro Racing licenses for
the 2006 season before Nov. 19, 2005.

  • 2* Jeremy A McGrath, Encintas CA
  • 3* Michael L Brown, Johnson City TN
  • 4* Ricky Carmichael, Havana FL
  • 5* Mike LaRocco, Corona CA
  • 6* Steve Lamson, Camino CA
  • 8* Grant Langston, Murrieta CA
  • 9** Ivan Tedesco, Murrieta CA
  • 10* Ernesto Fonseca, Murrieta CA
  • 11** Travis A Preston, Hesperia CA
  • 12* David Vuillemin, Corona CA
  • 13* Heath D Voss, Mico TX
  • 14* Kevin W Windham Centreville, MX
  • 15* Timmy M Ferry, Largo FL
  • 16* John Dowd, Ludlow MA
  • 17* Robbie L Reynard, Oklahoma City OK
  • 18* Brock Sellards, Sherrodsville OH
  • 19* Doug A Henry, Torrington CT
  • 20* Damon W Huffman, Valencia CA
  • 21* Stephane Roncada, Menifee CA
  • 22* Chad Reed, Dade City FL
  • 23* Kyle Lewis, Henderson NV
  • 24 Joshua M Grant, Riverside CA
  • 25* Nathan Ramsey, Menifee CA
  • 26* Michael Byrne, Murrieta CA
  • 27* Nicholas A Wey, Dewitt MI
  • 28 David D Millsaps, Cairo GA
  • 29** Andrew T Short, Murrieta CA
  • 30 Matt Walker, McDonough GA
  • 31 Jason W Thomas, Melrose FL
  • 32 Ryan D Clark, Waddell AZ
  • 33 Danny L Smith, Middleton ID
  • 34 Ryan Hughes, Temecula CA
  • 35 Paul P Carpenter, Ithaca NY
  • 36 Ryan Sipes, Vine Grove KY
  • 37 Kelly D Smith, Ludington MI
  • 38 Jeff Dement, Kingwood TX
  • 39 Billy R Laninovich, Lake Elsinore CA
  • 40 Ryan Mills, Clintondale NY
  • 41 Jason D Lawrence, Estell Manor NJ
  • 42 Thomas K Hahn, Decatur TX
  • 43 Tyler D Evans, Corona CA
  • 44 Justin Buckelew, Riverside CA
  • 45 Juss Laansoo, Chatsworth CA
  • 46 Brett Metcalfe, Murrieta CA
  • 47 Sean T Collier, Santa Clarita CA
  • 48 Jeff Gibson, Westerville OH
  • 49 Joseph W Oehlhof, Hesperia CA
  • 50 Jeff Alessi, Apple Valley CA
  • 51 Ryan D Villopoto, Poulsbo WA
  • 52 Sean D Hamblin, Murrieta CA
  • 53 Matthew C Goerke, Lake Helen FL
  • 54 Robert S Kiniry, Skaneateles NY
  • 55 Joaquim Rodrigues, Temecula CA
  • 56 Joshua P Woods, Flint MI
  • 57 Brian W Gray, Middleburg FL
  • 58 Erick Vallejo, Garland TX
  • 59 Akira Narita, Corona CA
  • 60* Broc D Hepler, Kittanning PA
  • 61 Clark Stiles, Athens AL
  • 62 Steve Boniface, Lewisville TX
  • 63 Jesse Casillas, Jamul CA
  • 64 Keith R Johnson, Albuquerque NM
  • 65 Richie Owens, Wildomar CA
  • 66 Cole T Siebler, Emmett ID
  • 67 Jean Sebastien Roy, Acton Vale QC Canada
  • 68 Tim E Weigand, Canyon Country CA
  • 69 Casey E Johnson, Lake Elsinore CA
  • 70 Jiri Dostal, Murrieta CA
  • 71 Mark Eastwood, Salem OH
  • 72 Joshua Summey, Allen TX
  • 73 Dylan Lord, Apple Valley CA
  • 74 Ryan J Abrigo, Snohomish WA
  • 75 Evan L Laughridge, San Jacinto CA
  • 76 Rodrig Thain, Temecula CA
  • 77 Tucker J Hibbert, Centreville MS
  • 78 Isaiah V Johnson, Albuquerque NM
  • 79 Michael R Blose, Allen TX
  • 80 Brian S Mason, Columbia IL
  • 81 Michael J Sleeter, Escondido CA
  • 82 Ryan Morais, Canyon Lake CA
  • 83 Michael G Young, Palmdale CA
  • 84 Barry Carsten, Bayville NJ
  • 85 James M Povolny, Mendota Heights MN
  • 86 Daniel Sani, Clovis CA
  • 87 Scott M Carter, Manchester CT
  • 88 Robert L Garrison, Sparks NV
  • 89 Eric Nye, Corning CA
  • 90 Doug Dehaan, Thorndale ON Canada
  • 91 Jay Marmont, Murrieta CA
  • 92 Matthew Barnes, Magnolia OH
  • 93 Teddy J Maier, Fort Dodge IA
  • 94 Brad M Modjewski, Hatley WI
  • 95 Kevin W Johnson, Albuquerque NM
  • 96 Brad E Smith, Leonard MI
  • 97 Robert A Marshall, Stow MA
  • 98 Jeff S Northrop, Concord CA
  • 99 Damien L Plotts, Lewisburg PA
  • 103* Sebastien Tortelli, Lake Elsinore CA
  • 199* Travis A Pastrana, Davidsonville MD
  • 259* James M Stewart, Haines City FL
  • 800** Mike A Alessi, Apple Valley CA


* Career Numbers

**New Career Numbers earned for 2006



Courtesy AMA Pro Racing





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