RiderDown Foundation - Dirt Rider Magazine

RiderDown Foundation Welcomes the Support of 2D Designs and Motocross Bob!
The RiderDown Foundation is pleased to announce that 2D Designs is helping us out by giving back to a sport that has given their family so much. Rich and his son, Aaron, the owners of 2D Designs, are motocross racers in the New England area.Rich and Aaron created "Motocross Bob," the first of many characters based on riders that you would meet in any motocross pit across the country. Go to www.my2ddesigns.com to buy some official Motocross Bob gear and to help a great cause. Two dollars from every t-shirt purchase, and a percentage of all other purchases, will be donated to the RiderDown Foundation. In addition, the Motocross Bob story will be shipped with every shirt."We are excited to have 2D Designs and Motocross Bob come out in support of injured riders and their families," says Bruce Vermeulen, President of RiderDown Foundation, "this is a fun way to get involved and help a very serious cause - everyone knows someone like MX Bob!" Look for raffles and contests being held throughout the year. You may even see a character created from one of your own stories!About RiderDown Foundation:
With a nationwide network of volunteers ready to lend support and assistance to injured riders, RiderDown is actively giving back to the off road community. As a non-profit, 5013 charitable organization, RiderDown has been delivering on its mission of "Helping Riders Up" since 2005. Dedicated to helping responsible off-road motorcyclists and ATV racers who have been injured while riding, proceeds are used to provide assistance to riders and their families when faced with medical expenses and related issues. The medical bill review team they work with has saved injured riders thousands of dollars on excessive and/or unnecessary medical charges and their "Angels" visit injured riders in the hospital and at home, offering a friendly voice during difficult times. To find out more about RiderDown and ways you can help, go to www.RiderDown.org or contact them and info@RiderDown.org.