July 6, 2011 — Helena, MT — Join motorcycling legends Malcolm Smith and JN Roberts for the ride of a lifetime August 24-29, 2011 and help celebrate their 70th birthday in the exclusive setting of JN’s backyard. Set on JN Roberts’ 1,400-acre ranch in Montana, the event is limited to the first 30 riders, and the proceeds go to a truly worthy cause (www.MalcolmSmithMotorsportsFoundation.org). Racing For Life (www.racingforlife.org) has organized this epic event to raise $30,000 to benefit the Malcolm Smith Motorsports Foundation and the El Oasis Orphanage, located in Valle de Trinidad, Baja California. This six day trip is open to anyone who loves to ride dirt bikes and would love to celebrate Malcolm’ and JN’s birthday with them. Experience the thrill of a lifetime riding with JN Roberts and Malcolm Smith for several days in the Rocky Mountains.
This is the second annual “Rocky Mountain Road Trip” the event will be held at JN’s private ranch, located about 30 minutes from Helena, Montana. The ranch features nearly 20 miles of single-track riding through beautiful Rocky Mountain forest. Like last year the riders will also join Malcolm and JN on the Saturday ride in the nearby Helena National Forest. After three exhilarating days of riding with the two legends, the caravan will return to Southern California on Monday, August 29.
About the Fundraiser
Each rider will pay his or her own way, and will be asked to make a $1,000 donation directly to the Malcolm Smith Motorsports Foundation. In return, riders receive a tax deduction receipt. 100% of the proceeds will go directly to the education fund for the Hogar de Ninos El Oasis Children’s Orphanage, located in Valle de Trinidad, Baja California. The first student from the orphanage to graduate from college under Malcolm’ education program is Daniella Hernandez, 22. She graduated this spring from Navojoa University earning her teaching credentials, with a minor in psychology. Navajoa University is located in Navajoa, Sonora, Mexico.
About The Ride
JN Roberts and Malcolm Smith are two of the greatest ambassadors in the history off-road racing, beign the first motorcycle to cross the line in the Baja 1000 in 1967, countless desert races, numerous ISDE medals, international rallies and many more achievements too numerous to list. In addition to the single-track trails through woods and river crossings, JN also has a 2.5 mile motocross track. Although this is a working ranch, it is motorcycle friendly… Instead of opening gates, JN has fitted his ranch with ramps to jump over the cow fences. Joining in the festivities will be JN’s son, Jimmy Roberts and the El Oasis Orphanage Marketing Director, Daniel Ixcot.
For more information and to register for the ride contact Jim Filanc 951-966-3150 email@example.com
About The Malcolm Smith Motorsports Foundation
Malcolm Smith Motorsports Foundation commitment is to orphaned children in communities that champion motorsports events. We endeavor to provide these children with not only the basic necessities of life; food, clothing, shelter, education, water, but to encourage their growth in the arts, the sciences, the trades, and to encourage them and provide for them through university level education. It also gives the motorsport community the benefit of making their contributions tax deductible. “When we began at El Oasis, the first children to arrive were small, ages 2-4 years old. Today those children are entering high school and university. It is our goal to provide a higher education for these children, to assure their self-sufficiency and to give them the tools they need to be leaders in Baja.” — Joyce and Malcolm Smith
Objectives: Assist in building schools, classrooms, laboratories, and libraries for orphanages and poor communities; Assist in constructing wells to provide potable water; Construction and repair of housing; Teaching, and training of community representative to assist in teaching, literacy and basic math skills; Provide medicine, medical equipment and medical services; Provide food and clothing; Generally providing programs to advance self sufficiency.
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About Racing For Life
Racing For Life was formed in 2006 by off road riders wishing to give back to worthy causes. Participation in numerous events including the 2006 and 2007 Baja 1000 have raised more than $40,000 in charitable contributions. http://www.racingforlife.org For information contact Jim Filanc 951-966-3150 email@example.com