Jalisco To Host The World Celebrities Motocross Race

GUADALAJARA, Mexico (April 14, 2010) — The state of Jalisco will welcome some of the world’s best motocross bikers as it hosts the World Celebrities Motocross Race, set to take place in Guadalajara’s town of Tlajomulco de Zuñiga, at the Nicolas España motordome on July 31st and August 1st, 2010.

The event is expected to draw a crowd of over 40 thousand visitors. Participating in the World Celebrities Motocross Race will be 10 of the best bikers from around the world including: Ricky Johnson (USA), Jeff Ward (USA), Sebastien Tortelli (France), Lobito Fonseca (Costa Rica), Stefan Everts (Belgium), Nicolas España (Mexico), Jean Sebastian Roy (Canada), and the Latin American champions Adrian Roberts, Pedro Gonzalez and Erick Vallejo.

During this event, a selection of Mexican riders will be classified to compete in the Motocross World Championship, which will take place in San Bernardino, California on November 6th and 7th, 2010.

This two day family festival will also include a freestyle show, hot air balloons, rock concerts, beauty contests, and more.  And of course, visitors are welcome to take some time to enjoy all that Guadalajara has to offer, from its beautiful churches to its delicious gastronomy as well as shopping for typical arts and crafts.

Motocross is a spectacular form of motorcycling, which takes place in an enclosed off road circuit and combines speed and energy with the agility of the riders.

¡Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Guadalajara!
¡Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Guadalajara!

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