T3RG Motorcycle School Hosts Inaugural Civilian Top Gun Competition May 31 Event Organizers Will Donate Proceeds to Build Homes for Injured Veterans

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T3RG Motorcycle Schools will hold their first annual Civilian Top Gun Competition at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City on May 31, 2008. Proceeds from the event will be donated to Homes For Our Troops, a national non-profit that builds specially adapted homes for severely injured veterans.

This competition is modeled after the professional Top Gun riding contest, which uses a professionally developed riding course. Motorcyclists for the civilian event will compete at slow-speed precision drills, riding through a series of tight turns, swerves and circles without putting down their foot or knocking a cone.

All Colorado motorcyclists are invited to compete for a chance to win a new Honda VTX1800S Cruiser, donated by T3RG Motorcycle School, along with prizes for the first three runners up. Bring the family and take a guided tour of the new Dick's Sporting Goods Park. Food and drinks will be available for purchase and seating is open to all spectators. In addition, Peter Boyles will broadcasting his Biker Nation Show from the site.

The course will be laid out by former police motorcycle trainers, who will oversee the judging consistent with the professional guidelines of Top Gun Competitions. Rules have been adopted and posted for all competitors to review at http://www.t3rg.com.

Practice run diagrams are offered on the website

A $5 donation per run is requested for Riders Committed 2 A Cure, a local non-profit that raises money for cancer research.


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