Dedicated To Helping Charitable Organizations And Individuals In Need, Support Your Sport MX Goes Live! - Dirt Rider Magazine

Oceanside, CA (March 24, 2008) - SUPPORT YOUR SPORT MX (SYSMX) announced today the launch of its website The sole purpose of the site is to offer a "hub" for anyone and everyone who is interested in supporting various charitable organizations dedicated to helping injured or ailing riders and those connected to the sport of motocross.In addition to topical press releases, photos and feature stories about various organizations and companies who have made a difference, the site will regularly feature interviews with injured pro and recreational riders who have risen above their unique and individual challenges. The site will also offer links to a handful of non-profit organizations to learn more about each specific cause and ways to help."We want to help raise awareness for the various special causes and for those in need," said SYSMX founder Mike Koger also the founder of Smooth Industries. "Support Your Sport MX is a portal to all the wonderful charities, companies and individuals devoted to helping others, the promotion of safety and the betterment of the sport of motocross, and bringing them all under one roof."While there are dozens of foundations, projects, and websites in place to offer help and financial funding for injured riders, the goal of SYSMX is to raise awareness for safety and gain maximum exposure for charities, their individual causes, and special fundraising needs. All this as it relates to all the countless expenses associated with victims of motocross accidents, born ailments and the medical research necessary to combat the long term and often crippling effects of series injury and disease. SYSMX is also a stout supporter of those who manufacture, distribute and advocate the use of safety equipment, as well as tracks and organizations that practice and adopt important riding safety measures.The sport we are all endeared to is an "action" sport, which can be dangerous. As a result, there will always be a need for charitable organizations, support of the industry and simply people who care.