The Asterisk Supercross Superpass is on ebay

The Asterisk Supercross Superpass is on ebay (Click Here) through Wednesday morning. This year’s Superpass offers VIP, early entry, and Press Box access tickets for two; gear from one of your favorite riders; Stewart, Short, Langston, Vuillemin, McGrath, Ferry, and Reed; Sunglasses, Goggles; and more. INCLUDING, entry into the exclusive “Knothole Club”, at Anaheim events. Tour the Medical Center, have lunch in an exclusive hospitality area, take home a new tire, and more. Two Days left on the first seven (7) Supercross events. Anaheim 1, 2, and 3; San Francisco, San Diego and Houston. AND

Three Days Until Ticket Sales begin for the 150 spots available for our Castillo Ranch Ride DayIf you are California to attend the 2nd Anaheim SX event or San Francisco’s AT&T stadium’s Supercross there is a once in a lifetime opportunity being offered to benefit the Asterisk Mobile Medical Center. We are offering the chance to ride at the world famous Castillo Ranch in California. On Wednesday, January 23, 2008 ride on the MX track and trails you have only seen in the glossy magazines. Call in Sick, Vacation Day, whatever it takes.

Tickets will be available on http://asterisksuperpass.com beginning at 8:00am Thursday, December 13, 2007. Your ticket to MX Paradise will include admission, lunch, and a chance to visit and possibly ride with a very exclusive guest list including past champions and current celebrities. The Asterisk Mobile Medical Center will be available to tour; Joe Gibbs Racing MX Team’s rig will be joining as well. Weekend Warrior, Cromwell Tools and several of the Live Nation Supercross Series sponsors will also be on hand. There will be three very impressive auctions at lunch, including a day at Rick Johnson & Sebastian Tortelli’s ChampFactory MX School for you and NINE (9) of your friends.

Funds from all Asterisk Superpass programs contribute to funding operating expenses of the Asterisk Mobile Medical Center. Operating expenses include medical equipment and supplies and non-physician staffing for the center.