The 2012 Monster Energy Cup Amateurs


With $1 million on the line for the pros, the riders in the Supermini and Amateur All Star classes were racing for pride in recognition at the Monster Energy Cup. As one of the biggest stages for amateur racers, the Monster Energy Cup is looking to make household names out of the future stars of the sport. Racing on the same track as the pros in front of a packed stadium and on live TV these young guns know the opportunity is one of a kind.

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