Can-Am Demos Return
to the Grand National Cross Country Series in
Morgantown, W.Va. (February 17, 2011) - The
Can-Am Grand National Cross Country Series is
pleased to announce that Can-Am will return with
their highly popular demo rides for the 2011
season. Can-Am demos will be offered at three
rounds of the 13-stop tour, with an additional
round featuring display units only.
"We return as title sponsor of one of the
greatest off-road racing series in the world,
and we return with our demo tour at selected
spots in 2011. We enjoy bringing our machines to
the GNCC crowds because we appreciate their
passion for performance and winning. These are
two elements crucial to the Can-Am brand," said
Chaz Rice, Media and Public Relations Manager.
Demo rides will be offered at the Loretta Lynn,
Snowshoe and Ironman events, with the addition
of display units at Unadilla. Several products
from the 2011 Can-Am line will be represented at
the demo - featuring the Commander, the
Outlander and the Renegade.
The GNCC track crew will construct a course that
will showcase the capabilities and
characteristics of each machine.
"We're excited to welcome back Can-Am Demos for
another year," said Jeff Russell, GNCC Trail
Boss. "Can-Am always brings out a great setup
for their demos and we're happy to construct a
course where people can experience a Can-Am of
their choice and really get the most out of it."
Log on to
www.theridesaysitall.com to find out more
information on the demo rides.
The first demo ride will be held at the Parts
Unlimited Loretta Lynn's GNCC in Hurricane
Mills, Tenn. April 30 - May 1.
The 2011 Can-Am Grand National Cross Country
Series kicks off with the Moose Racing Westgate
River Ranch GNCC in River Ranch, Florida in
conjunction with Daytona Bike Week March 5-8.
ATV practice will take place on Saturday and
racing on Sunday, followed by bike practice on
Monday and racing on Tuesday. For more
information, go to
About GNCC Racing
The Can-Am Grand National Cross Country Series
is America's premier off-road racing series.
Founded in 1979, the 13-round championship is
produced exclusively by Racer Productions. Cross
country racing is one of the most physically
demanding sports in the world. The grueling
three-hour GNCC races lead as many as 1,800
riders through tracks ranging in length from 10
to 12 miles, competing for more than $3 million
in prizes. With varied terrain, including hills,
woods, mud, dirt, rocks and motocross sections,
GNCC events are tests of both survival and
speed. For more information, please visit