Final online auction to benefit U.S. Junior World Motocross Team

PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- Imagine being the proud owner of a jersey autographed by extreme motocrosser Travis Pastrana, or racing pants and a jersey signed by Supercross champion Ryan Villopoto.

Lucky bidders have a chance to take home these rare finds and help an American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) championship motocross team at the same time. You can find the auctions by searching "jrworldmx" at, or click here:

The AMA has organized an eBay auction to cover the expenses of the victorious American team that took a thrilling win at the Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) Junior Motocross World Championships team championship in Cingoli, Italy, this year.

We've gathered some incredible collectors' items from industry leaders and top professional racers from the Supercross, Motocross and ArenaCross worlds to make this auction possible. Auctions began in October. This December auction is the final one, so it's your last chance to grab one of these incredible finds.

Besides the Pastrana and Villopoto garb, the auction now under way features autographed jerseys from a number of pro racers, including Kevin Windham, Ryan Dungey, Justin Barcia, Eli Tomac and Jimmy Albertson.

In addition, a great training opportunity for motocrossers is up for grabs: A one-week stay at the Georgia Practice Facility in Cairo, Ga., to ride and train, as well as one day of lessons with Josh Woods.

All items will be auctioned for 10 days, and the highest bidder wins. Lay claim to your next piece of rare memorabilia today on eBay by searching "jrworldmx." With more items being added all the time, this auction is sure to please everyone.

Including an ecstatic group of junior motocross world champions.

So log on, look around, and place your bid today!

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