KTM North America, Inc. is excited to announce its 2010 Amateur Contingency Program posting over $475,000 in awards money.
KTM offers contingency in multiple off-road and motocross series throughout the United States. The 2010 program has been expanded to include more motocross series and increased payouts to the existing off-road series that are on the schedule.
“KTM understands that economic times are tough and riders can use every bit of help to keep their bikes properly maintained for race day” remarked FMF/KTM Team Manager Antti Kallonen. “That is why KTM has decided to increase the contingency payouts in the off-road series while also expanding the amount of motocross events on the schedule. We are excited about this news and hope that the KTM riders will be equally pleased.”
KTM Cash is awarded to top place finishers at the qualifying events. Awards range from $75 to $2,000 and can be redeemed at a local participating KTM dealership. KTM Cash rewards are distributed online through XTRM. Riders must possess a valid XTRM Plus account in order to be eligible for KTM Cash. To sign up to be an XTRM Plus member and start redeeming KTM Cash rewards log on to www.xtrm.com today!
For a complete schedule and more information on the KTM Amateur Contingency Program and eligibility requirements please visit www.xtrm.com/ktm
XTRM, Inc. offers online community services for extreme sports bringing together participants, promoters, manufacturers, dealers and retailers. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Redwood Shores, CA.
KTM, founded in 1953, is the second largest European motorcycle manufacturer specializing in ‘Ready to Race’ street and off road motorcycles and ATVs. Proven successes in worldwide competition are embodied into the design and function of each KTM race machine. KTM has built a reputation for high-quality premium race ready machines suitable for street and off road race competition and recreation. With more than 160 World Championships and counting, the technology, design and performance of KTM continues to race past the competition time and again.