From MotoMomMedia – FULL DISCLOSURE – This is not an NJ Motocross project. My friend Courtney Staton is undertaking this fantastic project and I just want to share it with the NJ Motocross community.
Here are the details. Visit MotoMomMedia.com for more information.
WE’RE RECLAIMING THE NARRATIVE OF AMATEUR MOTOCROSS – LET US SHARE YOUR STORY.
Every time a racer throws a leg over a motocross bike there’s a risk. We’ve talked about it in depth. But what if – what if those goals and dreams outweigh the risks? For so many athletes, the chase and the adventure is the calling. As we embark on this trip towards the 2021 Loretta Lynn’s Amateur National Championship our tiny film crew wants to document the stories. These are the tribulations and triumphs of earning your way; of the sacrifices made and the scars collected. This film is our love letter to the sport and families that have bonded us in blood and bread.
This is YOUR story, not ours. We want to articulate what so many of us feel through brilliant visuals and compelling narration.
We are looking to complete this year’s filming with a select few families. We want to know what drives you, motivates you, and why motocross is the lifestyle – not the hobby.
While our goal is to showcase the love and joy brought to us all by dirt bikes and our travels, we know that not every tale is a happy ending. If you believe in sharing the raw, ragged realities of amateur motocross racing, we want to talk to you.
Our ideal candidates are mini bike/youth class racers, though we are open to compelling stories in all classes and age groups. If you think your racer and family are a fit, please visit the website LINK HERE. We also would appreciate any help to get us to these events and produce the quality content that actually matters.
It’s time for the stories of grassroots amateur racing to have it’s voice back. This isn’t industry plugs. This isn’t a popularity contest. You can’t buy your way into this project.
THESE ARE YOUR STORIES TO TELL.
Thank you for allowing us to tell the great stories of your lives. It’s an honor.