APRIL 21, 2015 - ERIC SHIRK

Want to ride with vurbmoto? This week on the GTDT…

This week on the Good Times and Dirtbikes Tour, we’ve got a schedule full of rad events to say the least. First, we’ll be kicking this week off with our Good Times and Dirtbikes Tour Ride Day at New Jersey Motorsports Park's Field of Dreams in Millville, New Jersey on April 22nd! This ride day will be taking place from noon to dark. Next up, we’ll be headed to the Crow Hill Motocross in Baldwinville, Massachusetts on Thursday for yet again another one of our Good Times and Dirtbikes Tour Ride Days. This ride day will be taking place from 1:00pm to dark. Both days will be 40 dollars which includes your entry and a copy of the FMF War Machines DVD or a 10$ coupon that can be used towards other vurb merchandise!

Scott Spinney laying it down at our GTDT Ride Day at WW Ranch!

Following these ride days, we’ll be staying in Massachusetts for our War Machines Film Screening at Showcase Cinemas Worcester North in Worcester, Massachusetts on April 24th. The screenings are 15 dollars each, and there will be two showings of the film, one at 7:30pm and one at 9:00pm. Don’t forget to stick around for the after party following the film if you’d like to celebrate and have a good time with the vurbmoto crew and some stars from the movie!

Robby Marshall throws up the stoke at the JDay Offroad Series Event at Crow Hill 2014!

To cap off the week, we will be heading back to Crow Hill Motocross on April 26th for the JDay Offroad Series. We’re super excited to be a part of this event, being that it’s definitely one of the largest growing offroad series in the country. Don’t forget, the entire reason we put together this good times and dirtbikes tour is to give back to the motocross community through photos, videos, Instagram posts, product giveaways, and much more. So, if you like vurbmoto and you like dirtbikes, you’re welcome at our events. So come on out and have a good time with us!

For more infomation and tour stops, visit vurbmoto.com/warmachines

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Eric Shirk