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FMF RACING TO HOST 2015 RED BULL STRAIGHT RHYTHM RIDE DAY


Bryan Bosch

The 2015 Red Bull Straight Rhythm Ride Day hosted by FMF Racing will be an open ride day “ Run What You Brung ” event.

 

Where:
Pala Raceway
12799 California 76, Pala, CA 92059

 

When:
Sunday September 27th 9am- 6pm

 

What:
Open Ride Day! All Pala tracks will be open to ride. Come ride a replica Red bull Straight Rhythm course. Open to all skills and ages

 

Price:
$25 per rider

 

Info:
FMF Racing will comp the first 50 2-stroke motorcycles through gate plus be giving away various prizes throughout the day. :thumbsup:

 

The official Red Bull Straight Rhythm Event will take place Oct 10th at the Fairplex, Pomona, CA.

 

Event tickets and info below.

 

www.REDBULL.COM/STRAIGHTRHTHYM

 

http://sales.ticketcostars.com/StraightRhythm/tabid/1673/Default.aspx

 

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