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2017 Sponsorship is Now Open!

Collect your resume and race results and get ready for 2017!

MotoE is opening and expanding its amateur racing sponsorship program for the 2017 race season beginning on September 1st. All applications will be reviewed and accepted thru December 1st 2016. All riders will be notified of their sponsorship level by December 15th and begin receiving their MotoE Blueprint for Success Performance Program the week of* December 19th 2016.

Our past amateur racing programs has led to the success of riders like Alex Martin, Jeremy Martin, Adam Ciancirulio, Jordan Bailey, Cameron Cannon, Adam Ciancirulio, Isaac Teasdale, Jake Pinhancos, Jon Jon Ames, Hunter Yoder, Bryson Taylor, Scott Meshey and Jasmine Canfield at high profile amateur races like Daytona, Vurb Classics, Mini O’s, Mammoth, Ponca and Loretta Lynn’s and Monster Energy Cup.

Because of the success of both the MotoE Factory and Co-Factory Teams experienced in 2016, the 2017 sponsorship program will once again consist of two levels of sponsorship: Full Factory & Co-Factory. Sponsorship will include product and/or product discounts from our team sponsors along with MotoE Nutrition and Performance services.

Robb Beams, MotoE owner and Director of Human Development commented, "In 2016 the MotoE Factory team consisting of Egan Mastin, Jake Pinhancos and Stilez Robertson dedicated themselves to the nutritional, strength and endurance protocols resulting in performance levels far and above what we had projected for the year - even factoring in various injuries".

Robb Beams continued, "Our Co-Factory Team delivered exactly what the vision of our Co-Factory program is designed to do - bring riders up through the pack and to the front. Co- Factory riders Joshua Gibbs, Palmer and Aspen Neely, Estrella Cemovic, Owen Covell, Dawson Ryker all delivered right up to Loretta's in August."

“Our focus again in 2017 is to provide amateur riders all over the country access to the same Blueprint of Success Performance Program that was created and implemented with our top amateurs & professionals over the last thirty years. This improved the rider’s speed, strength, endurance, flexibility, lean body mass and mental preparation to handle the physical & mental demands of high profile amateur racing.” states Beams.

“In addition to providing selected riders, customized coaching programs, MotoE will be hosting performance camps at the Georgia Practice Facility (GPF) in Cairo Georgia, an Official MotoE Training Facility geared towards specific amateur nationals.” added Beams.


All sponsored riders will have a responsibility of providing feedback on various training programs both on and off the track to help facilitate MotoE’s clinical research projects. Feedback provided by all sponsored riders will also be incorporated into MotoE’s media partnership programs, MotoE’s eBooks, videos and online training programs available to riders online at


To submit your resume for review, please fill out the application form below and MotoE will be in contact with you. Also, please send your race resume & race results from the last two seasons (if applicable), specific events you plan on attending during the 2017 race season, along with a short description of how MotoE can help you as a racer and how you intend on expanding the MotoE brand of services & products.

Note: all results will be validated so please don't embellish your race results. We are looking for hard working riders dedicated to reaching their full potential. If you don't want to put in the work, please don't apply for sponsorship.

In addition to providing the requested information below, please submit your resume via email to with 2017 Race Sponsorship in the subject line.

You can also apply via traditional mail by sending your printed resume to:

Moto Endurance P.O. Box 915261 Longwood, FL 32791 Attn: Sponsorship Departement

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