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MotoFXGraphics.com "MX Graphics for Life" Round 5 Winner Announced


Bryan Bosch

Last night we wrapped up Round 5 (of 12) of the MotoFXGraphics.com "MX Graphics for Life" member contest. For those of you that are not sure what it's all about, it's a contest where you design your very own custom MX graphics using the MotoFX "MotoWrapR" design tool and submit them to a contest thread on ThumperTalk. The winner of each round is selected by your fellow members based upon the number of "likes" for each design. It's easy, fun, and absolutely free to play. The twelve winning designs are then put up for a community vote where someone will will MX graphics for life!

 

Here's a rendering of the winning design from round 5 created by TT member bdubb106:

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What do you think of the design? Feel free to leave your comments below.

 


 


Here's a wrap that MotoFXGraphics.com did for one of our editors...

 


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