San Bernardino, Calif. – July 26, 2011 - Glen Helen’s popular Ride Days, which bring great trail riding closer to home, will move from the last Friday of each month to the last Saturday of each month.

The Glen Helen Ride Days give riders the chance to experience the scenic hills surrounding Glen Helen Raceway on specially designed trails laid out by legendary racer Gary Jones. The trails offer great riding as well as spectacular views of the Inland Empire and the Glen Helen facility. With a variety of clearly marked trails, from beginner to expert, there’s something for riders of all skill levels at the Glen Helen Ride Days.

In addition to riding with a motocross legend in the trails around one of the world’s most renowned racetracks, there will be free overnight camping for participants in the Glen Helen Ride Days.

Why drive all the way out to the desert to ride when you can just head to Glen Helen Raceway and have a great time?

Gate fees are $20 for adults, $10 for children 6-12, free for 6 and under.

For more information on Glen Helen Ride Days, as well as other great events, check out www.glenhelen.com and be sure to follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/glenhelenraceway as well as Twitter at www.twitter.com/glenhelenracing.

San Bernardino, Calif. – June 16, 2011 - The 2011 Yamaha Quad-X Series presented by STI returns this Saturday, June 18th, for round four at Speedworld MX in Surprise, AZ. Saturday’s race marks the mid-point of the 2011 Quad-X Championship, and will be the first of the season’s two night races.

Yamaha’s Dustin Nelson has won the first three rounds of the series, giving him a perfect score of 75 points in the series standings. Nelson is looking to extend his points lead as he attempts to defend his 2010 Pro 450 Production Class title.

After finishing second overall over the past three rounds, Beau Baron sits only nine points behind Nelson in the series standings. With the series nearing the halfway mark, Baron still has a very realistic chance of winning the 2011 championship if he can find a way to beat Nelson.

Ethan Thatcher remains third in points with 58, after finishing fifth overall at the previous round at Cahuilla Creek MX. At round three, Dirkie Baard and Josh Row battled for third overall, swapping third and fourth place moto finishes. Baard’s third in the second moto earned him the final spot on the overall podium for the day. With the series well underway, expect more intense racing as riders attempt to earn valuable series points.

For more information on the 2011 Yamaha Quad-X Series, including series schedule, class information and requirements, check out www.quadxseries.com. For the latest updates on this and other series at Glen Helen Raceway, become a fan on facebook at www.facebook.com/glenhelenraceway.