Final Week for ROK Cup Promotions Trade In Program

2017 engine trade in program will come to an end on Tuesday, October 31.

After a tremendous response to the initial ROK Cup Promotions and Vortex Race Engines trade in program back in March, the program was re-launched in September for an additional two months. This second trade in program is set to expire next Tuesday, October 31 and company officials are urging anyone still interested to complete their forms as soon as possible.

“We still have a lot of momentum going into the final days of the trade in program,” explains Garett Potter, ROK Cup Promotions Director of Operations. “We exchanged nearly 350 complete packages during our initial run of the program, and after announcing our 2018 race schedule, many, many more racers have jumped on the chance to trade in their old equipment. By the overwhelming response, it's safe to say ROK is going to be huge in 2018!”

Vortex Srl has been instrumental in helping the market get out of obsolete equipment before the 2018 season begins and their financial commitment to the ROK brand is second to none.

Prices after trade in are listed below and must be used towards the purchase of a brand new Vortex ROK engine package: ROK Micro/Mini: $800.00+Tax/Shipping ROK GP: $1200.00+Tax/Shipping ROK Shifter: $2200.00+Tax/Shipping **Please note that only TaG engines eligible for trade include the Rotax FR125 model (EVO or Non EVO) while the Honda CR125, TM 125, Maxter 125 and Rotax DD2 will cover the shifter engine platforms.

Please download and complete the ROK Trade In Form (printable) or ROK Trade In Form (fillable) to get started.

All forms need to be received by Tuesday, October 31, 2017.

For more information on ROK Cup USA and ROK Cup Promotions, please feel free to contact ROK CUP USA at (407) 476-5635 or [email protected] or Garett Potter at [email protected]

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