BEVO’S WEIGHT CHALLENGE: 351.5 AND COUNTING

January 7, 2007
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Scott Goggles Bevo Forte has challenged himself to lose weight in an effort to help RiderDown, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping injured off-road motorcyclists and ATV racers. At the Amp’d Mobile Supercross GP in Toronto, Canada, Bevo completed the initial weigh-in for his special challenge using the official, certified FIM scales.

Weighing in at 351.8 pounds, Bevo is now on a strict training and diet plan which includes tight controls on his caloric intake. Throughout this challenge, pledges can contribute per pound for each pound Bevo loses, with all proceeds going directly to RiderDown. It is possible to pledge as little a one dollar per pound.

Many have already stepped up to pledge and Bevo and RiderDown hope more will follow. The final weigh in will take place in May at the Las Vegas Supercross finals.

Supporters can go to www.RiderDown.org ÿÿto make their pledge. Help encourage Bevo, and help us help riders up at the same time!

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, 501?3 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 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
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