Tom White Talks About 2011 Edison Dye Award Winner David Bailey

San Bernardino, Calif. - October 21, 2011 - Every year a deserving figure in the world of motocross is presented with the Edison Dye Lifetime Motocross Achievement Award at Glen Helen Raceway. This year's recipient is David Bailey, a three-time AMA National Motocross champion.

Tom White, founder of White Brothers and owner of the Early Years of Motocross Museum, stopped by to fill us in on why David Bailey was chosen for this year's award. Tom was kind enough to also tell us a bit about his own experiences with David Bailey, whose story is truly inspirational.

To find out more about David Bailey and the Edison Dye Award, check out Glen Helen Raceway's blog at . You can also find out more about Tom White and his Early Years of Motocross Museum at

Glen Helen Raceway: Glen Helen Raceway is the premier Off-Road Racing facility in Southern California and is known as a world class racing facility. The 256 acre facility located near the San Bernardino County town of Devore, has featured Motocross, Sand Drags, Short and Long Course Buggies & Trucks, AMA 125/250 MX Nationals, Pro ATV Racing, Off Road G.P. and Endurance races, and the FIM United States Grand Prix, World Championship Motocross event