Don’t Miss Trevor’s Cliffhangers, Heart Attacks and his Trademark Sterilizerat the K&N Filters Presents BooKoo Arenacross Championship Series!
Santa Ana, CA – September 26, 2005 – Advanstar Communications, Inc. – a leading provider of print, event and online media for the powersports, off-road and automotive aftermarket industries — today announced that Trevor Vines has been signed with the K&N Filters Bookoo Arenacross Championship Series. Trevor will be performing the Freestyle motocross stunts on Friday and Saturday nights in between pro racing events at each stop of the 12 round series.
“The vibe going around about this new tour is incredible and with the people involved, it will surely be a great success and first-class race series, said Trevor Vines. “This is the type of series I have always dreamed of being a part of. It’s a perfect fit for me since I am an avid motocross racer and fan.
Trevor Vines will live up to his nickname, “Trevor from Wherever, by performing at all 12 rounds of the BooKoo Arenacross Championship Series. His high-flying, action-packed stunts are sure to draw crowds and add to the in-your-face, wheel-to-wheel action that’s a trademark of Advanstar’s inaugural Arenacross series. Trevor Vines’ bag of tricks will include cliffhangers, heart attacks, one-handed seat grabs and the Sterilizer — his best trick.
“Freestyle Motocross is an adrenaline pumping sport and Trevor is one of the best, said Mike Kidd, Arenacross Race Director for Advanstar. “Trevor is sure to achieve our goal of providing More Speed and Bigger Air and will add considerably to the pageantry that this series will include as Advanstar re-invents Arenacross.
Trevor Vines has 15 major Freestyle Motocross wins as well as Top 10 finishes in both the X-Games and Gravity Games. He is the first factory-backed combination Freestyle motocross and AMA motocross racer. Trevor has also jumped at the Indy 500, Laguna Seca, the US Open of Supercross, and many large concert festivals. His sponsors include Yamaha, Thor and Sobe.
The K&N Filters Bookoo Arenacross Championship Series kicks off November 4-6, 2005 in Fort Worth, TX with the Championship Round in Tulsa, OK February 10-12, 2006. BooKoo Arenacross promises to deliver bigger air…better tracks…more speed…. For more information please go to www.racearenacross.com (1-817-595-5844).
About the Advanstar Powersports Group
The Powersports Group is the biggest producer worldwide for trade and consumer shows in the powersports industry, including the single largest aftermarket trade-only event: the Dealernews International Powersports Dealer Expo. In addition to Dealer Expo, Advanstar’s powersports shows encompass nearly every product in all segments of the industry. ACI’s Big Twin West show represents the passion of Big Twin, bringing together the manufacturers, builders, and buyers who power the marketplace. Targeting motorcycle markets across the country, Advanstar’s Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows presented by Toyota Trucks draws more than 600,000 powersports consumers. Newly launched Arenacross Championship Series will debut in Fort Worth, Texas as stop one of a 12-event indoor dirt bike race series for competitors, racers, and fans of all ages. The powersports group also publishes leading trade publications Dealernews magazine and American Big Twin Dealer, as well as event-associated consumer publications Powersports Magazine, Hollister Guide, and Sturgis Guide.
About Advanstar Communications Inc.
Advanstar Communications Inc. (www.advanstar.com) is a leading worldwide media company providing integrated marketing solutions for the Fashion, Life Sciences and Powersports industries. Advanstar serves business professionals and consumers in these industries with its portfolio of 81 eventss, 57 publications and directories, 114 electronic publications and Web sites, as well as educational and direct marketing products and services. Market leading brands and a commitment to delivering innovative, quality products and services enables Advanstar to “Connect Our Customers With Theirs. Advanstar has roughly 1,000 employees and currently operates from multiple offices in North America and Europe.