Events

Road 2 Recovery generates most of its revenue through fundraisers that bring our sports heroes, industry and fans together. Each event we host gathers more and more support and all of the money raised by these events is put back into our sport. Through the success of our on-line auctions and two golf tournaments in 2001, we were able to provide a licensed medical orthopedist, Dr. Augustine, at each of the sixteen Outdoor National races this year. It is the long reaching goal of the Road 2 Recovery Foundation to provide medical assistance at each Supercross and Outdoor National, as well as our continue mission of providing emotional, spiritual and financial support to our motocross heroes that sustain career ending injuries.

Our event plans are on going. Below is a list of upcoming events. Click on any of them for more info, or download a sign up form and join us! We are always on the lookout for new events that support our cause. If you have an idea for a fundraising event, let us know. It is continual support of our cause that keeps us motivated!

Play Golf,Help Charity - 15th Annual Monster Energy Golf Classic - Las Vegas, NV
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Supercross FANtastic eBay Auction

Two auctions held every week throughout the Supercross Season starting with Anaheim 1, and ending in Las Vegas. To view a schedule of upcoming auctions click here.

Ultimate Fan Experience eBay Auction

This auction is held in September prior to the Monster Cup in Las Vegas. The winning bidder will receives 4 Monster Cup VIP tickets with all day pit passes for Saturday races, 2 nights hotel stay, escorted introduction to the top SX stars, photos with your favorite riders, VIP track infield walk before the opening ceremonies, and other miscellaneous cool swag.

Injured Rider eBay Auction

Auctions held throughout the year with all proceeds benefiting injured riders. Information will be posted in the News section http://www.road2recovery.com/home.asp

Supercross Tent Sales

Visit the R2R tent located in the pits at each SX race to purchase Injured Rider Wristbands, Legend Posters, Rider Number Placards on Monster or DC Lanyards, Rubber Watches, & bracelets, Autograph Pens on Monster or DC Lanyards, and Raffle Tickets for Custom painted Monster Helmet, and other great swag.

Miles for Miracles

Former professional motocross rider, Jimmy Button, once paralyzed from an accident at the San Diego SX Supercross event will peddle out of the infamous San Diego Qualcomm Stadium, the very location of a horrific accident that left him paralyzed and with little hope of ever walking again. On February 20, 2011, Button will ride away on a bicycle to launch a 2,428 mile journey across North America “Miles for Miracles” from San Diego, California to Daytona Florida. Averaging 60 miles per day, the ride is expected to take nearly two months. The goal of Jimmy’s epic ride is to raise money for very important research that could potentially help end the suffering a person goes through after having a spinal cord injury. For more information, to donate or join the ride www.milesformiraclestoday.com

On-Line Store

Check out the On-Line store http://store.road2recovery.com to purchase Rider Wristbands, Legends Posters, Support Watches, Rockwell Time Watches,  Miles for Miracles Watches, Wristbands, and Bicycle Riding Gear

Factory Race Team and Test Track Tour Series

For the ultimate Kawasaki fan, a VIP guided tour and look back at the heritage of Kawasaki, their championships through the years, and an up close look into the Monster Energy Supercross team’s racing operations. Next it’s off to the Factory Kawasaki test track for the non-stop action and daily grind of lap after lap preparations for the coming season opener in Anaheim, California. Lunch will be served followed by an intimate Q&A and autograph session. http://www.ebay.com/itm/FACTORY-KAWASAKI-RACE-TEAM-FACILITY-AND-TEST-TRACK-TOUR-/181023647835

The Road 2 Recovery a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the sport of motocross through assistance to riders who sustain career ending injuries.