News LeoVince announces 4th Annual Grape Crusher Run

LeoVince announces 4th Annual Grape Crusher Run

LeoVince’s 4th Annual Grape Crusher ride takes place on Thursday May 14th. The ride follows the California coastline northward then cuts inland through the wine country back to Infineon Speedway. All benefits from the ride go to the Speedway Children’s Charities fund. Cost is $40 per entry and includes a takeaway gift and raffle.

The ride will be approximately 100-120 miles with a gourmet lunch served along the way. Riders will gather at LeoVince USA¹s Richmond CA headquarters starting at 9:30am with the ride leaving promptly at 11:00am. Jason Britton will be one of the celebrity guests joining the ride. The ride ends at Infineon Raceway at 5:00pm with a catered reception including LeoVince athletes, celebrities and team crews. For more information and to register for the ride, go to www.leovinceusa.com.

LeoVince will also have their Race Support group in the roadrace and supermoto pit areas to service both factory teams and privateers.


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