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ATV MOTOCROSS JOINS HIGH POINT VET NATIONAL--SEP 2

 
(9/2/2004)


Mount Morris, PA - The hills of High Point Raceway in Mount Morris, Pennsylvania, will once again welcome ATV racers as the 14th annual AMA District 5 Vet Motocross National, a historic event for motorcycle racers, will feature ATV classes for the first time. The race takes place on Saturday, September 18, at the same High Point facility that hosted a round of the ITP Grand National Motocross ATV Championships in July.

Three ATV classes will run at the Vet National: 25+, 35+ and 45+. The classes are open to all motocross-ready ATVs, both two and four-stroke.

The High Point facility is especially friendly to ATV racing, as the track has hosted ATV National Motocross races for nearly two decades. The wide, high-speed layout will provide a challenge for racers of all skill levels.

The Vet National motocross also features bike classes for riders 25 and older. There are also vintage motorcycle classes for bikes built before 1995, 1990 and 1985.

For more information on the Vet National, check out www.highpointmx.com, or call 304-284-0084.


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