leib faceMy name is Michael Leib and I am a pro­fessional SX and MX racer.

I turned pro in 2010 after winning a coveted AMA Loretta Lynn’s am­ateur national championship. Taking a different path I went to Europe to race Motocross Grand Prixs.

I spent the next three years in Europe highlight­ed by a second place overall finish at the 2012

Italian Grand Prix in the MX2 class. 2013 was a difficult year due to injury. 2014 our family put

together a strong privateer program for SX high­ lighted by a 6th place finish in Oakland.

My mother and fathers’ businesses have funded our team and my racing. My mom’s passion is ed­ucation and she runs On Track, a private distance learning school. She has graduated many of the sports top racers. My Dad operates Rocket Perfor­mance, which manufactures exhaust systems and develops racing engines for some of the nations top privateers. You could say that my family lives and breathes motocross 24/7.

Our race program is 100 percent in house uti­lizing many technologies not accessible to the average racer. For 2015 we have made some sig­nificant advancements and believe that we will be fighting for top positions each weekend.


The AMA Monster Energy Supercross, an FIM World Championship, is an off-road racing series, produced inside North America’s premier sport sta­diums in 14 of the nation’s A market cities. It ranks number 2 as the most attended motorsports property in the USA  and is the largest attraction for the ac­tion sports genre.

The series is now televised on FOX Sports 1,

with an additional 100 thousand weekly online

viewers. In 2013, Supercross was promoted on 53,595 TV spots and 16,967 radio spots reaching a

larger audience then ever before.

Corporations have flocked to Supercross in re­cent years to such an extent that indoor promoters are having a difficult time finding space to sell their

brands resulting in the creation of an inversion mar­ket that has helped elevate professional teams to reach a larger forum of corporate involvement.

Successful marketers have capitalized on the deep desire of the fan to be tangibly interconnected to the sport of Supercross.

Fans idolize our athletes for living out the most admirable of human traits; these guys are tough, they’re focused, relentless and fearless— they never

back down. To compete at this level demands almost inhu­

man abilities— raging shoulder-to-shoulder with 22 of the world’s fastest riders, over a brutal dirt course filled with jumps, whoops and turns, in full view of 65,000 screaming fans.



Gender: Male Age: 18-34 HHI: $67,430 Online Statues: Active Online 65 percent more likely to own four or more vehicles More likely than the average American to visit automotive retailers More likely to hunt, fish, camp and own motor­cycles, snowmobiles or ATV’s- (and all of the equipment that entails)

Season: January-May Events: 17 Markets: 14 A Market cities Venues: Nation’s Premier Indoor Stadiums Attendance: 803,000 annually Series Online: 5.1 million unique users- 16.5 million pageviews YouTube Channel: 3.7 Million Views Social Media: 1.4 Million FB followers, 87K Twitter Mobile App Downloads: 1.6 M since Jan 2013 Newsletter Subscribers: 195,000 Live Broadcast Online: 490K unique TV: 91 combined hours on CBS, Speed, Fuel TV in 2013 International: Broadcast to 155 Markets worldwide


Being a privateer and not being bound to the standards of our competitors is an unique opportunity in the Supercross sport. This is the first time this has ever been done! We have built our own gear and we are free to use the space on the gear as we wish.

Utilizing the latest in graphic reproduction techniques we can build one-off custom race pant, jersey and helmet wraps to project a professional head to toe brand representation for your company. If you’re a company and want to participate in a small way you can. It’s my belief that participating sponsors will get a great return for their involve­ment with our race team. All adverting space is available on a first come first serve basis and each space is sold per


[email protected]

(909) 374-8850 @michaelleib61

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