Is extreme hard-core indoor Enduro dead in America, For 2019 it might be-read on!
PICKERINGTON, Ohio — The American Motorcyclist Association has been informed by the series promoter that there will be no national championship-level EnduroCross racing in 2019.
The promoter, WHR Motorsports informed the AMA that, due to unforeseen circumstances, the 2019 series has been canceled.
“The extreme off-road racing discipline is very important to the AMA as an organization and to many of our members,” AMA Director of Racing Kevin Crowther said. “We will continue to work toward securing a promotional partner that meets the requirements for operating an AMA extreme off-road national championship series.”
For more information about EnduroCross competition, visit www.americanmotorcyclist.com/Racing/Endurocross.
WHR posted this on their Facebook page:
I am sorry to say that the acquisition of Endurocross is not possible at this time with several problems with Bonnier’s agreement. We at WHR Motorsports worked very hard and spent a lot of money investing in the future of Endurocross. AMA will be releasing a statement soon. I am not sure if I will be able to release anything on Endurocross social media or website without Bonnier since they still own it. I truly spent a lot of money and time to make sure we could put a great platform to grow EX for the future. I took this very seriously since teams, riders and friends make this a commitment to ride every year. Unfortunately with the few breaches in my contract with Bonnier, I can no longer make Endurocross work without losing a significant amount of money. We at WHR Motorsports are very disappointed in the end result of this acquisition of Endurocross from Bonnier Corporation.