2015 AMA Dual Sport Beta Drawing Winner

2015 AMA Dual Sport Beta Drawing Winner

2015 AMA Dual Sport Beta Drawing Winner - David Hurley of NJMotorcyclists nationwide are winning great AMA awards, and Millstone Township, NJ-based David Hurley is another. But Hurley has certainly put in all his hard work to earn this award – he is now the proud owner of a dual beta sport that was awarded to a winner of the 2015 AMA Dual Sport Beta National Series. Revealing his humble nature, Hurley shared this about winning “I fell to the ground when I heard I had won,” said David, 58, a life member of the AMA who joined in 1987. “That kind of thing just doesn’t happen to me.” Hurley has only participated in one event. for the 2015 season but it seems he chose wisely. The Hammer Race, hosted by the Tri County Sportsmen Motorcycle Club, was something he won’t soon forget. In addition to his off-road adventures, David is also interested in the cruiser lifestyle as well as several vintage bikes. Needless to say, the man is a bit of a life sentence when it comes to two wheels. Hurley said he joined the AMA because he and his friends “ran out of places to ride.” And that’s certainly true. With urbanization, back porch departure days are simply not available to many these days. “I decided to try a motocross track, and that’s where I originally signed up,” he said. “I’m maintaining my membership because I love vintage motocross and because I know the AMA fights for our access as much as it can.” they registered and participated. Independent auditing and accounting firm Plante & Moran of Columbus, Ohio, validated the results. To ensure impartiality, all results were managed by the auditing and accounting firm Plante & Moran of Columbus, Ohio. “We saw a strong increase in our RS sales for 2016, and part of that growth is attributed to the AMA’s dedication to the dual-sport series. It’s a pleasure to work with all of the promoters and we look forward to another great event season for 2016. Congratulations to David Hurley for holding the winning ticket!” David will have an important choice to make between the 2016 Beta 430 or 500 RS. Bikes in the Beta RS line feature a single-cylinder, fuel-injected, four-valve, four-stroke, liquid-cooled engine with an electric starter, a jump starter and a cooling fan kit. The frame is from the 2015 Beta race model. If you want to win a Beta Dual Sport bike in 2016, all you have to do is compete in one of the 2016 Beta AMA National Dual Sport Series events. For more information, you will find everything here: www.americanmotorcyclist.com/Riding/Dirt/EventsAndSeries/NationalDualSport.aspx.If you would like to become a member of the AMA, go to www.americanmotorcyclist.com/membership/join.For more information on the Beta Dual Sport motorcycle, visit www.betausa.com.

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