CORONA, CA – November 17, 2011 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – The end of the year is fast approaching, and with it comes the 40th Annual Thor Winter National Olympics presented by Pro Circuit. Affectionately known as Mini O’s, the annual Thanksgiving-week tradition is one of the biggest events for amateur motocross racers. The action kicks off on Monday and features three days of supercross racing, followed by three days of motocross.
Located in Gainesville, Fla., Gatorback Cycle Park will continue as the host site of the highly-anticipated event. Many amateur riders from around the world will be seen for the first time with their new team for the upcoming 2012 season, while others will be running their hardest to earn the remaining spots still available. Combining intense competition with the unique mix of disciplines between supercross and motocross makes for an action-filled week of racing.
Pro Circuit’s Race Support Team will be on hand during the entire week to offer their full line of products, suspension setting adjustments, and engine tuning/jetting services. Service will be available for any problems that arise throughout the week, helping riders get back on the track as quickly as possible.
The 40th Annual Thor Winter National Olympics presented by Pro Circuit from Gatorback Cycle Park, in Gainesville, Fla., takes place from November 21-26.
About Pro Circuit
Based in Corona, Calif., Pro Circuit Inc. is a leader in off-road motorcycle and ATV exhausts and aftermarket performance parts. Started in 1978, Pro Circuit is the go to shop for recreational riders and professionals for everything from suspension work to complete engine packages, and everything in between.
Created by former desert racer Mitch Payton, Pro Circuit proves its products and services week-in and week-out through its tagline “We Race.” Every product that dons the Pro Circuit stamp stems from the legendary Pro Circuit race team. A staple in the professional paddock, Pro Circuit Racing has earned 28 AMA championships and more than 200 race wins in more than 30 years of competition.