Charity Motorcycle Day Planned for Infineon Raceway
Next 3J's Motorcycle Days Charity Event
Set for August at Infineon Raceway
SONOMA, Calif. - If you've never traversed the
twists and turns of Infineon Raceway's world-famous road course on a
motorcycle, don't miss out on the next 3J's Motorcycle Days in the
scenic Sonoma Valley on Monday, Aug. 28.
This event is a fund-raiser for Speedway Children's Charities, the
charitable arm of Infineon Raceway, and gives recreational riders a
first-hand look at the 12-turn, 2.22-mile serpentine circuit that hosts
an annual AMA Superbike event each May.
This marks the eighth event since the 3J's Motorcycle Days was formed in
2003; the events have raised nearly $100,000 for qualified youth groups
in Sonoma County. A special charitable event was also held for injured
rider Vincent Haskovec that raised an additional $40,000.
The day gets started with a mandatory rider's meeting at 8:30 a.m.,
followed by a full day of supervised riding, with safety being the top
priority. In addition, participants will receive a T-shirt and sumptuous
catered lunch. Cost is just $290, and seats are going fast for the Aug.
28 event, so act today.
Jere Starks, vice president of facilities at Infineon Raceway, developed
the concept of 3J's Motorcycle Days in 2003 with friends Jim Randolph
and Jay Brosius. All three are avid motorcycle riders.
For more information on the Aug. 28 event or general information on 3J's
Motorcycle Days, please visit www.3jstrackdays.com