Rekluse Motor Sports Signs On!Eaton Rapids, Michigan (March, 20, 2007)Rekluse Motor Sports, the leading manufacturer of automatic clutches for motorcycles and ATV’s has signed on as the event sponsor for round number five of the AMA/FMF National Enduro Series, presented by Maxxis. Rekluse will be on hand at the Lakeport, CA event demonstrating their products, helping riders with technical support and presenting the top riderswith the Rekluse $1,000 purse money.”Our customers have deep roots in the local and National enduro scene, so we feel this is an excellent time to join the NEPG and support their program for 2007″, states Patrick Koether, theRekluse support program manager. “We are excited about the new program and we feel the popularity of this series will only grow, thus bringing more Pro and Amateur racers to each eventand raising the bar in competition.”You can contact Rekluse at: (208) 426-0659 or www.rekluse.comFor more information about the NEPG email Alan Randt at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information as a competitor in the 2007 AMA FMF National Enduro Series email Chuck Weir at email@example.comAbout the NEPG: The NEPG was formed by a group of Enduro enthusiasts to assist the AMA in the promotion of the AMA/FMF Enduro Series. Our objective is to work with the riders, clubs and sponsors to raise the level of participation and awareness to Enduro competition.About the 2007 AMA FMF National Enduro Series: Enduros are the oldest form of off-road motorcycle competition in the USA. Enduro’s can trace their beginnings back to 1920 andperhaps even earlier and it is still the premier off-road motorcycle competition around the world today.The sport has evolved several times over the years and the newest evolution was designed to meet the needs of today’s motorcyclists. The NEPG is the promotional partner of the AMA/FMF National Enduro Championship Series and will work with clubs to build awareness and increase ridership at Enduro’s. Our goal is to make sure that the oldest form of off-road competition will remain strong and viable well into the future.