Rocky-Mountain-ATV-MX-Off-Road-5-28-13Rocky Mountain ATV/MC announced today that their RCU (Ricky Carmichael University) Red Bud MX Giveaway has concluded.  Rocky Mountain ATV/MC will sponsor the five giveaway winners at this years’ RCU installment at the Red Bud MX Track in Buchanan, MI on July 3, 2013.

Brennan P. – MO
Jake H. – TX
Seth C. – IN
Zoe E. – IA
Derek E. – PA

Ponca-City-MX-Championships-6-19-13Ponca City, OK. – RPM Sports announced today that Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, a leader in providing off-road enthusiasts with the largest selection of off-road gear at the lowest prices, has signed a two-year deal to serve as the Title Sponsor and official online powersports retailer for the Ponca City MX Championships. As an avid supporter of motor sports, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is proud to have the opportunity to get involved with the Ponca City MX Championships.

2013 marks the 38th year of championship racing to be held in Ponca City, Oklahoma at the historic Jack Blevins Motocross Park.  The Ponca City Amateur Championship, an AMA sanctioned event, will be held July 20-25, 2013.

Kailub-Russell-GNCC-Off-Road-6-17-13MASONTOWN, W. Va. – Heavy rainfall leading up to Sunday’s Parts Unlimited Mountaineer Run GNCC made for slippery track conditions at Round 8 of the AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series. However, despite the difficult terrain conditions, the 1 p.m. afternoon race boasted some of the most exciting race action of the 2013 season. Kailub Russell dominated the three-hour competition, capturing his second-straight victory of the season, where he closed the gap to less than ten points behind Charlie Mullins in the National Championship standings. In the XC2 Pro Lites class, defending champion Jason Thomas used his veteran knowledge to best his rookie competition as he secured his first win of the season.

Defending National Champion Paul Whibley battled it out with his AmPro Yamaha teammate Jordan Ashburn right off the start, where the duo went nearly side-by-side through the All Balls Racing XC1 Holeshot line, but Whibley once again went home with the $250 prize. Ashburn wasn’t able to brake for the slick corner, causing the Tennessee native to go down,  where he began the race in the back of the pack.

Rocky-Mountain-ATV-MX-Off-Road-5-28-13Ricky Carmichael, Inc. announced today that Rocky Mountain ATV/MC will be an Official Sponsor of RCU (Ricky Carmichael University) for 2013.  As an avid supporter of Powersports and supplier of motocross gear for over 28 years, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is proud to be a part of the high octane fun and motocross education that RCU brings to mx students each summer.

Rocky Mountain ATV/MC will receive high visibility at the event with on-track signage and class interaction affirming their tenure and expertise in supplying riders with everything they need to maximize their off-road riding experience.  DanThomas, CEO of Rocky Mountain ATV/MC said, “We’re thrilled to be involved in such a fun and educational event.  Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is a leading supplier of off-road gear and having this visibility reflects our commitment to the off-road industry.”

GNCC-Mullins-Preview-5-16-13MORGANTOWN, W. Va. – Following an unpredictable weekend of weather and track conditions at Round 5 of the AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series, the chase for the 2013 championship has become a little bit tighter. While Charlie Mullins continues to lead the way in the overall standings, a tough weekend for the Factory FMF/KTM team last round allowed the rest of the field to garner much needed points in the championship chase. As the series makes its way into Round 6 this weekend, several riders will carry the momentum needed to inch another step closer towards the number one spot.

Shenandoah Honda/’s Thad DuVall is the first non-KTM rider to claim an overall victory in 2013, giving the West Virginia native confidence heading into this weekend’s Dunlop Limestone 100 GNCC. DuVall currently sits one point below Carolina KTM/’s Chris Bach in the overall standings after experiencing a crash and failing to score championship points at Round 3. With the exception of the points leader Mullins, Bach is the only other XC1 rider to have successfully scored championship points at all five rounds thus far. Consistency has paid off for the Indiana native as he looks to score his third podium finish in his home state this weekend.

Mullins-GNCC-Off-Road-5-2-13MORGANTOWN, W. Va. – At this point in time last season, Charlie Mullins had yet to secure a race win, whereas teammate Kailub Russell was just coming off a three-race win streak. However, heading into Round 5 of the 2013 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series this weekend, the tables have slightly turned for the Factory FMF/KTM duo but this time it’s both riders who are in contention for the National Championship early in the 13-round series.

With three of the four wins this season, Mullins has proven to be the dominant force as he commands the points lead heading into Sunday’s Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Mammoth GNCC. However, Russell claimed the Round 2 victory, finishing a close second at the other three rounds and trails his teammate by only ten points in the championship standings with nine races remaining.

Russell-GNCC-Off-Road-3-18-13WASHINGTON, Ga. – Only five days after going to battle in the sandy woods of Southern Florida, Factory FMF/KTM teammates Kailub Russell and Charlie Mullins put in yet another three-hour duel at Sunday’s Maxxis General GNCC. This time, it was Russell who grabbed the win over Mullins by less than two seconds at Round 2 of the 2013 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series.

AmPro Yamaha’s Paul Whibley got off to a great start, grabbing the All Balls Racing XC1 Holeshot Award. Meanwhile, Russell got caught in a first corner crash and began the race in the back of the pack. Whibley led Mullins, Russell and the rest of the field into the woods but the remainder of the day didn’t go quite as planned for the 2012 champ.

 MORGANTOWN, W. Va. – RacerTV, a motorsports television production company and online broadcast network, announces today the expansion of its programming platform and event features. Kicking off next month with the opening round of the 2013 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series in River Ranch, Fla., RacerTV will stream the GNCC pro ATV and motorcycle races live on its all-new online network channel – (formerly

RacerTV will stream live GNCC ATV Pro racing starting at 1 p.m. EST, on Sunday, March 10, and GNCC Motorcycle Pro racing starting at 1 p.m. EST on Tuesday, March 12. For the remainder of the season, RacerTV will stream live all 13 rounds of the AMSOIL GNCC Racing pro events, for a total of 26 live shows. The new platform will enable mobile and on demand live streaming, and feature social networking integration (live viewer chat!).

In addition, RacerTV will broadcast all 26 episodes of AMSOIL GNCC Racing action in 30-minute feature highlight shows within two weeks of each race on These shows will provide a more in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at GNCC Racing action and its stars. will also feature highlighted shows of all 10 rounds of the 2013 Mtn. Dew ATV Motocross National Championship. The format for these highlighted shows will follow the post-live GNCC shows, consisting of 30-minute feature programs to be broadcast within two weeks of the live event.

In addition to the coverage, select episodes of AMSOIL GNCC Racing and Mtn. Dew ATVMX will continue to be televised on the NBC Sports Network, for a total of 15 shows. RacerTV is brought to you by sponsors – AMSOIL, Can-Am and Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. Stay tuned for the announcement on the 2013 NBC Sports broadcast dates and times.

Other events to be featured on this year will include the newly announced American Motocross Championships, which include the Red Bull AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn’s, the Monster Energy Ricky Carmichael Amateur Supercross, the Monster Energy Mammoth Motocross, the James Stewart Freestone Spring Championship, and the Thor Winter Olympics. Additionally, will feature premier off road championships such as the WORCS Series and the OMA Nationals. Currently, the 5-round CMC Golden State MX Nationals are being broadcast on

“We are extremely pleased to be able to bring these premiere events to our RacerTV online audience,” said Tim Cotter, spokesperson for RacerTV. “We are open to broadcasting all off-road and motocross events on the network and have reached out to other premiere race series in hopes that we can bring their great racing action to”

Over the next few weeks, the website will undergo a major overhaul as the new platform and features are upgraded. “We’re really excited about this new project for the Racer Media House,” continued Cotter. “We want to be the ‘go to site’ for television-quality produced ATV and motorcycle race action, and we want to bring this quality to all race fans for all series, not only the events we produce,” said Cotter.

Veteran motorsports broadcast specialist, Carey Bohn of Mainstream Media Group, has been commissioned to develop the live streaming production infrastructure, show programming format and on-line viewer platform. The live race coverage will utilize technology and technical support from TodoCastTV of San Juan Capistrano, Calif. and UK-based BoxxTV

“RacerTV will be using state-of-the-art satellite and television components to stream each GNCC event,” Bohn said. “Including testing a remote camera system that will allow the on-site team to do live coverage from several wooded locations along the race course.”

For more information on RacerTV, the events featured and broadcast or commercial opportunities, please contact or call Nick Koester at 304-284-0084. A complete line-up of race events featured will be released on

About RacerTV
RacerTV is a motorsports television production company and online broadcast network that features high quality racing broadcasts, original content shows and live streaming racing events. RacerTV features both off-road and motocross racing events in the motorcycle, ATV and UTV divisions. RacerTV is proudly supported by AMSOIL, Can-Am and Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. More info on RacerTV can be found by visiting

The National Hare and Hound Association is proud to announce its newest sponsor for the entire 2011 series – Rocky Mountain ATV/MC!

Throughout the remaining eight AMA/Kenda National Hare and Hound events, including this weekend’s El Centro event, all riders who enter to race will receive a $10 dollar gift card that can be used towards any on-line purchase from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.  That’s right, ALL RIDERS who sign up to race will receive a gift card from the Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Race Gas Rider Reward Program.

“When they presented us with the idea, it was a no-brainer.  Rocky Mountain is one of the largest on-line retailers in the powersports industry and this is a great way to be able to give back to all the racers, no matter what class or skill level”- NHHA Series Promotions Manager, Chris Blais. “Each and every one of us orders parts from the on-line retailers, and to have Rocky Mountain acknowledge the fact that we are out here, racing every weekend in the desert, is awesome.”

Gift Cards will be mailed directly to each event participant via Rocky Mountain ATV/MC and can be used on any future purchase through the industry leader’s website at All you need to do is sign up to race as normal! Please allow two weeks for delivery of Gift Cards via US Mail.

“This program has been extremely successful this year with other race organizations that are currently participating in it,” explained Race Gas Reward Program Director, Josh Bowman.  “We are excited to be helping the hard-core desert racers who are participating in this series.”

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