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Tucker Hibbert Set for Final ISOC National Snocross Event of the Season

March 14, 2012Tucker Hibbert, the defending ISOC National Snocross Pro Open Champion, is set for the final ISOC event of the season this weekend in Lake Geneva, Wisc. Hibbert will not be fighting for the title at the Nielsen Enterprises Grand Finale at Grand Geneva Resort but will be contending for the final two Pro Open wins of the season.

In February, Hibbert missed two rounds of the ISOC Tour after they were rescheduled for the same weekend as the 2012 FIM Snowcross World Championship. Hibbert traveled to Russia to represent the United States and went on to win his second world title. While in Russia, he missed the opportunity to compete for 90 ISOC Pro Open points – dashing his chances to defend his title. 
Hibbert is hot off a perfect run last Saturday at the ERX National in Elk River, Minn. He hopes to carry his winning momentum into this weekend’s Grand Finale event.
Pro Open racing kicks-off Saturday at 2 p.m. with the final at 5:30 p.m. Sunday’s Pro show runs from noon to 6 p.m. Fans can stream the event live online at www.ustream.tv/xsan-isocacss and catch the behind the scenes action on NBC Sports Sunday, April 29 at 5 p.m. EST.
Tucker Hibbert – #68 Monster Energy/Arctic Cat
“Lake Geneva will be an exciting event even though I’m not in the championship points battle. I’m ready to win races and have nothing to lose. After last weekend, I know we (the team) have everything put together so we’re in a position to win. We’re focused on finishing the season strong. It’s a crazy thought that we’ll be racing in 60 to 70-degree weather but it will be awesome for the fans!”
Autograph Signing at Road Track & Trail
What: Autograph Signing and Meet-n-Greet with Hibbert
When: Thursday, March 15 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Where: Road Track & Trail – W228 S6932 Enterprise Drive – Big Bend, WI 53103
Fast Facts
• Hometown: Pelican Rapids, Minnesota
• 2012 and 2010 FIM Snowcross World Champion
• Six-Time National Snocross Champion – 69 National Pro Wins 
• 10-Time ESPN Winter X Games Medalist
• 2011 ESPY Award Nominee – Best Male Action Sport Athlete
Monday afternoon, Hibbert will catch a flight to Sweden to compete in the Super Snowcross event at Clash of Nations (CON) March 23-24. CON will also feature Freestyle Snowmobile along with Snowboard and Ski Big Air.

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The Recreational Trails Program Still Needs Your Help

Call your U.S. senators immediately!

The U.S. Senate has a chance to save the Recreational Trails Program (RTP) with help from your senators.  Now is the time to call to urge support for the RTP!

The Senate transportation bill, entitled “Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century,” or MAP-21, contains a revision of current law that would essentially end the RTP. However, a bipartisan list of seven senators, led by Sens. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) and Richard Burr (R-N.C.), have introduced an amendment to modify the revision and preserve the RTP.

Klobuchar amendment No. 1661, as it is commonly referred to, would re-establish dedicated funding for RTP and maintain the programs structure on state and federal levels.  Some are under the mistaken impression that a different amendment offered by Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.) helps the RTP, but it does not.

Only the Klobuchar amendment No. 1661 can restore the RTP.

The RTP was created on a bipartisan basis in 1991 to provide funds to the states to develop and maintain recreational trails and trail-related facilities for both non-motorized and motorized recreational trail uses. Funds for the RTP come from taxes generated by fuel used for off-highway vehicle recreation — by snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles, off-highway motorcycles and off-highway light trucks.

The best way for the Klobuchar amendment No. 1661 to be accepted and passed is to ask your senators to speak to the leaders of MAP-21, Sens. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) and Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.). These two senators must hear from their colleagues about how strongly you feel about saving the RTP.

If you are represented by Sens. Boxer or Inhofe, it is urgent that you call their offices and tell them now. The fate of RTP rests in their hands.

Please call your senators immediately and urge them to speak with Sens. Boxer and Inhofe about accepting and passing Klobuchar amendment No. 1661 to save the RTP. If your senators are either Sens. Boxer or Inhofe, tell them to move forward with Klobuchar amendment No. 1661.

Talking points are available for your convenience when you click the “Take Action” option.

Via: AMA Action Alert

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Video Alert! Tucker Hibbert – ERX National – 2012

Monster Energy/Arctic Cat’s Tucker Hibbert notched a perfect race day at Round 13 of the ISOC National Snocross Tour in Elk River, Minn. Despite temperatures topping the high-50s, ERX featured a huge racetrack. Get a close-up look at Tucker and Team 68 as they cruise to another exciting victory!

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Clean Sweep for Hibbert at Saturday’s Elk River ISOC Snocross National

March 12, 2012 Monster Energy/Arctic Cat’s Tucker Hibbert returned to his winning ways Saturday night at Elk River, Minnesota’s first ISOC National Snocross event. With clear skies and temperatures topping the high-50s, fans packed into Elk River Extreme Motor Park (ERX). Despite spring weather, ERX featured one of the largest racetracks the ISOC Tour had seen all winter.

Photo Credit: John Hanson

Friday night was a mix of highs and lows for the defending Pro Open Champion. Qualifying fourth with two second-place finishes in the preliminary rounds, Hibbert got a mid-pack start in the 14-lap, 15-rider main event. By the end of lap two, he moved into fourth and had his sight set on the leader. Despite turning the fastest lap of the night with a blistering 48.88, one second faster than any other rider, two separate crashes prevented him from battling for the win. With an impressive show of speed and determination, he finished seventh.

Hibbert set the bar high Saturday with two dominating runs in his qualifying rounds making him the number one rider for the main event. Another mid-pack start forced him to fight through the field to catch holeshot winner Ross Martin. Hibbert chipped away at Martin’s lead, clocking the fastest lap of the night on lap four. The following lap, he made the pass on Martin in a hairpin, right-hand corner. He pulled a gap but after a couple mistakes, Martin took back the lead. Both riders got into lapped traffic and after Martin bailed off his sled in a corner, Hibbert sailed to the finish line for the win.

Next up for Hibbert is the final ISOC National event of the season Saturday and Sunday in Lake Geneva, Wisc. The ski hill at Grand Geneva Resort is only a short drive north of Chicago and traditionally features the biggest track of the season.

Photo Credit: John Hanson

Tucker Hibbert – ERX National Results
Pro Open Round 12 – Friday
Round 1: 2nd
Round 2: 2nd
Final: 7th – Fastest Lap: 48.88
Pro Open Round 13 – Saturday
Round 1: 1st
Round 2: 1st
Final: 1st – Fastest Lap: 51.06

Tucker Hibbert – #68 Monster Energy/Arctic Cat
“It felt really good to win both qualifiers and the main Saturday night. I’ve only done that once this year. Other races, I would have good qualifiers and a bad main or bad qualifiers and a good main. To put it all together again feels great. This weekend, I was really motivated after a mediocre weekend in Fargo. I focused on intensity, especially at the beginning of the races to put myself in a position to run up-front.
I’m excited about the last two races of the year. Lake Geneva is always a great event.  Now, I know I’m ready to win and have the speed – it all gives me confidence.  Saturday night got the ball rolling for us (the team) to finish the season strong.”

Resources: tucker-hibbert.commonsterenergy.comarcticcat.comisocracing.com

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