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Does Boardercross/Skiercross have a Future?
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TOPIC: Does Boardercross/Skiercross have a Future?

Does Boardercross/Skiercross have a Future? 2 years, 3 months ago #885

So i have a question for everyone who reads these topics

Does BX/SX have a future and are companies pushing to extend this future and progression?
Or is the BX/SX scene, if there is a scene, coming to an end?

I've raced BX for 2 seasons and have made it to Nationals twice in my age group "Senior Men" and have had a lot of fun competing for the USASA!! I am just kind of shocked at the lack of Info and sponsorship opportunities out there for a sport that is in the Olympics!! I would expect companies to really want to push a sport that has 4-6 competitors racing down a pretty crazy, but fun, course trying to be the fastest athlete on the mountain that day!! This sport is a competitors dream, which is probably why many of us do it but this dream is expensive and for a 30 year old with a family and responsibilities other than BX its tough!! I just want the recognition we deserve and maybe some swag to help us stay on top without breaking the bank!!

Any info on BX sponsorship opportunity or BX/SX teams in the Tahoe area please contact me This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Racing for the future of BX/SX comps and courses!!!
Thanks for Reading,
Scotty Tahoe
Interested in sponsorship!
Last Edit: 2 years, 3 months ago by ScottyTahoe12. Reason: misspelled title

Re: Does Boardercross/Skiercross have a Future? 2 years ago #934

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All winter sports are feeling the heat from the declined sponsorship having to do with the suffering economy. Almost all companies made large team cuts during the larger declines a few years back. Sponsorship at the lower levels for just sbx will always be a battle because there is very little that one can offer the company in coverage. Finding a sponsor for usasa-only level riding will be difficult but I'm sure there are some out there that are willing. I guess just think outside of the box.
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