California-based production company captures all the action of EnduroCross and puts it online for fans to see
IRVINE, Calif., (July 7, 2010) – ShotMaker Productions, GEICO AMA EnduroCross, presented by E3 Spark Plugs’ official series documentation company, returns for the 2010 season to capture all of the pre and post-event video of EnduroCross, as well as producing the popular season-ending “EnduroCross: The Movie.”
ShotMakers’ GEICO EnduroCross’ video footage is posted on a timely basis on EnduroCross’ website – www.endurocross.com. All the wire-to-wire racing action, interviews with the racers, and perspective from the experts helps keep EnduroCross fans connected to the world’s most grueling indoor off-road motorcycle racing competition.
To check out EnduroCross’ 2009 season-recap trailer, catch the aforementioned link on EnduroCross.com’s main page.
ShotMaker Productions, a progressive web presence offering high quality tools for small and large businesses, was founded in 2006 by off-road rider Dillon Lesovsky.
EnduroCross tracks incorporate various elements of off road racing into a supercross-style setting, including rocks, boulders, logs, sand, mud, a water-hole … and even a few special obstacles like giant tires thrown in! Known as the “toughest racing on two wheels,” this indoor version of extreme off road racing will certainly keep you on your feet. With its excitement and unpredictability the EnduroCross championship has always gone down to the wire and this year will be no different as the series starts and finishes at Vegas’ Orleans Arena! Don’t miss your chance to see GEICO Powersports AMA Endurocross “Live.”
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