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AMA: Detroit Supermoto Names Discount Ticket Outlets

Detroit Supermoto Names Select Michigan Yamaha Dealers As Its “Official” Discount Ticket Outlets

Yamaha dealers all over S.E. Michigan step up to carry discounted advance tickets – available beginning this week – for July 8th Detroit Supermoto

WATERFORD, Mich., (May 24, 2007) – Officials with the Detroit Supermoto round of the 2007 AMA Supermoto Championship have announced that advance tickets for the July 8th weekend racing extravaganza at Waterford Hills Raceway (Clarkson, Mich.) will go on sale – beginning today – at participating southeastern Michigan Yamaha dealers.

“The Detroit Supermoto will benefit greatly by aligning ourselves with the southeastern Michigan Yamaha dealers,” said Z Sports’ Tom Zielinski, producer and promoter of the Detroit Supermoto. “That said we’re confident that Michigan ’s motorcycle enthusiasts’ interest in the Detroit Supermoto will definitely increase the traffic at these select dealers and, ideally, help sell some more bikes. Maybe even a YZF or two that customers can quickly modify in order to race our supermoto amateur day on Saturday, July 7th!”

Tickets for the Detroit Supermoto at the participating southeastern Michigan Yamaha dealers (below) are $25 for adults (versus $35 at the gate), ten bucks for kids ages nine to 17 and children eight and under are admitted FREE!

Participating southeastern Michigan Yamaha dealers include:

Dealer City Phone Number
Motor City Powersports Bloomfield Hills 248-858-2300
Nicholson's Ann Arbor 734-769-9815
Cycle & Marine Land Port Huron 810-987-3963
Wheels USA Oxford 248-628-5000
Plymouth Motorsports Plymouth 734-451-7200
Macomb Powersports Chesterfield 586-949-4000
Roseville Powersports Roseville 586-859-2600
Kensington Motorsports New Hudson 248-446-0000
Rosenau Powersports Dearborn Heights 313-278-5000
Bright Powersports Lincoln Park 313-382-2453
Townline Powersports Mt Morris 810-787-0057
Ray C's Cycle & Sports Lapeer 810-664-9800
Great Lakes Powersports Burton 810-233-7800


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