Dallas, Texas Event Promotes Motorcycle Safety through Skills Training and Cancer Fund Raiser

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Consumers' Choice Award Winner, Grand Homes sponsors Skilled Motorcycle Riders Association Promoting Motorcycle Safety through Training and Helps Local Breast Cancer Survivors

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The skills training offered is an effort to produce safer motorcycle riders”, says Mr. Brooks., CEO of Grand Homes

For a second year, DFW home builder, Grand Homes, is proud to sponsor The North Texas Motorcycle Challenge (NTXMC), a precision skills competition being held on October 1st – 3rd, 2015 at the Village at Fairview, 329 Town Place, Fairview, Texas.

NTXMC features various motorcycle challenges that test a rider’s skill and ability. Trophies will be awarded to the best riders. The competition is open to all Motor Officers and Civilians on motorcycles that are at least 1000cc.

Hosted by Skilled Motorcycle Riders Association, skills training will be provided to participants as a public service to promote motorcycle safety and the benefits of motorcycle training. An avid motorcycle rider himself, Stephen Brooks, CEO of Grand Homes, sees the value of training and practice. “With training and practice, civilian riders are capable of reaching the same skill and proficiency as motor law enforcement officers. The skills training offered is an effort to produce safer motorcycle riders”, says Mr. Brooks.

October 1 will be a practice day with the competition taking place on October 2 and 3. The registration fee is $60 per competitor. The proceeds will benefit The Ultimate Healing Kit which is changing the way both men and women heal after breast cancer surgery. The Ultimate Healing Kit makes a difference for patients fighting their battle in the DFW metroplex. See more about UHK at http://www.theultimatehealingkit.org.

“Being part of this precision skills event is very exciting, but being able to be part of providing these vital kits to patients recovering from breast cancer is a blessing”, continues Mr. Brooks.

The inaugural event last year had 68 law enforcement and civilian competitors from all over the country and was able to donate $3500 to The Ultimate Healing Kit Organization which benefited patients of the Methodist Richardson Cancer Center. The event this year could top 100 competitors locally and from Michigan, Illinois, New York, New Jersey, Florida, Alabama and Louisiana.

Event details, including registration, sponsorship and vendor information is available at http://www.northtexasmotorcyclechallenge.com.

About the Skilled Motorcycle Riders Association:
The Skilled Motorcycle Riders Association (SMRA) is a non-profit that promotes the benefits of motorcycle rider training and opportunities for riders to receive skills training. The goal of the SMRA is to raise awareness of motorcycle safety with riders and non-riders, strengthen the relationship between motor law enforcement officers and civilian riders and host or promote skills competitions for riders to receive training. http://www.skilledmotorcycleridersassociation.com.

About The Consumers’ Choice Award:
Established in 1987, the Consumers' Choice Award® identifies and promotes businesses that deliver customer service excellence. The Consumers' Choice Award® has retained a leading independent research firm to conduct surveys in U.S. cities; Columbus, Atlanta, Dallas, and Houston. The winners are determined by consumers and not by a panel of judges. The survey covers a broad range of categories of interest to both the public and business communities. Its purpose is to publicly identify those establishments that have been voted by consumers as being their choice for excellence. The Consumers' Choice Award® is a most prestigious tribute to local businesses that serve their communities well. The program is encouraged by all levels of government and by business leaders. Find out more about The Consumers’ Choice Award by visiting http://www.consumerschoiceaward.com/

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