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NASMOTO Gets Ready For The Big Apple

Oakland Valley Race Park (OVRP) in Cuddebackville, New York is getting set to host NASMOTO GP of New York Saturday July 15 & Sunday July 16. This will be a double-header qualifier for the NASMOTO AMA Supermoto Grand Championship at the Queen Mary, November 4th and 5th in Long Beach, California.

Top riders from up and down the eastern seaboard are hoping the wet weather will clear up in time for the new Doug Henry designed dirt section to dry out for this exciting race weekend. Activities will start on Friday July 14 with past AMA MX Champion and current supermoto star Doug Henry hosting his new supermoto school from 10am to 4pm. Saturday kicks off with practice at 10am and heads straight into the qualifiers and finals at 1pm.

“We are pleased to be going to New York and OVRP,” says Ted Baker, VP of NASMOTO. “Craig and his crew have been the longest running supermoto track on the east coast and we are proud to support his program. He has put a lot of work into his new dirt section and is really planning to attract some new riders to his great facility and the sport of supermoto”.

The big news of the weekend is this will be the first time ATV’s have ever raced at OVRP. So far this season the ATV’s have stolen the show at every round with Media Alstars, Kellogg’s, FMF backed rider Zac Willett winning both Ohio and Wisconsin rounds. Once again the ATV riders will be battling for the Duro Cash Award of $500 that goes to the winner. In order to be eligible for the NASMOTO contingency and awards you must at

“OVRP has committed big to the supermoto scene by hosting the Cycle Performance NASMOTO Northeast Championship,” says Craig DeMaio GM of OVRP. “We are looking to put on a great show for the local fans as a fun filled family day.”

For times, rider registration, directions and more info visit or by calling 416-907-6817.
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