Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows Lets Fans Thank Troops at U.S. Grand Prix

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The Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows will offer those in attendance at the 2009 Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca this Fourth of July weekend the chance to say thank you to our men and women of the armed forces. Interested race fans can film a short video sending a message to a friend or relative in the armed forces or a general thank you message to U.S. troops stationed at home and abroad. Video recordings can be made at the Motorcycle Show’s booth in the Yamaha Marketplace July 3-5. The videos will be edited and published on Motorcycleshows.com and Sportbikeclub.com.

“The Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows wants to show their appreciation to the men and women who defend our country and we know a lot of people out there want to, as well,” said Jeff D’Entremont, show director. “We’re using this opportunity at the Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix to give people a chance to send a message of thanks to these fine Americans who sacrifice so much.”

The men and women of the armed forces greatly appreciate these messages of thanks. Don’t miss this chance to show your support and brighten the day of our fine troops. For more information about the videos, log on to www.motorcycleshows.com/motogp.

The Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows will also be holding its second annual MotoGP Pit Stop in San Luis Obispo, Calif., from July 2-3. The Pit Stop is where motorcyclists riding up to the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca can take a short break, clean their helmets and windscreens, grab a snack, get a free fountain drink courtesy of Chevron Extra Mile, enter to win some cool prizes and gas up before the trip up Highway 1 to Big Sur.

The Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows MotoGP Pit Stop will be held at:
Chevron Extra Mile
151 N. Santa Rosa St.
San Luis Obispo, Calif., 93405
GPS Coordinates:
Latitude: 35:17:42N
Longitude: 120:40:08W
Pit Stop Hours:
Thursday, July 2 – 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday, July 3 – 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For more information about the Pit Stop, log on to www.motorcycleshows.com/pitstop.