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Honda Red Rider Rewards: New Software

Honda Race Contingency

American Honda announced Thursday an exciting new venture between the Honda Red Rider Rewards program and XTRM Sports Network-experts in race contingency processing and social media-for the upcoming 2011 racing season.

The Honda Red Riders Rewards contingency program will utilize XTRM Sports Network’s unique software to provide real time distribution and management of cash and electronic coupon payouts, as well as results tracking.

Offering one of the most comprehensive race contingency programs in the industry, the Honda Red Rider Rewards program doubled the number of events eligible for payouts in 2011 to more than 700 race events nationwide.

Keith Dowdle (Assistant Manager Motorcycle Shows, Sports and Honda Riders Club of America, HRCA) says: "Racers no longer need to fill out paper forms after each race where they earn Honda contingency rewards. With XTRM there’s a one-time annual sign-up and that’s it. After that, they just race, place, and their Honda Red Rider Rewards Visa® card will be automatically loaded with their winnings."

Administered by the HRCA, prizes are awarded to top-place finishers at select road racing, off-road, dirt track, Arenacross, Supercross, motocross and ATV events in both amateur and professional series across the U.S.

Powered by XTRM, Honda Red Rider Rewards Visa cards will automatically be loaded with winnings and can be used anywhere that Visa is accepted. For more information about the American Honda Red Rider Rewards program and to create an XTRM account, visit Honda Powersports.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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