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Raccoon Rally 2013 June 29-30th!
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Raccoon Rally 2013 June 29-30th! 1 year, 3 months ago #44147

Another Raccoon Rally is on our doorsteps! Saturday Road Race & Trials and Sunday's XC & Kids Races at Allegany State Park's Camp Allegany. Full info at www.heartrateup.com. Weather is looking great and so are the trails at Allegany! Beginner Sport & Expert classes for Sunday's XC Races promise another quad busting event. Amazing door prizes, great racing and a fun family event is on tap! Proudly supporting WNYMBA and its terrific advocacy efforts. We hope to see you this year!
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Re: Raccoon Rally 2013 June 29-30th! 1 year, 3 months ago #44156

A good amount of work had been completed on the several sections of the existing trails including culvert replacements last fall(more to come too!) This really helped smooth out some of the more rough sections as in the past on lower Patterson & Ridge Run. Next year we plan to use the new section of single track off Ridge but for 2013 the XC courses are identical as past years. Get your quads on! Race-day registration is always welcome.
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Re: Raccoon Rally 2013 June 29-30th! 1 year, 3 months ago #44158

yes! come and battle for road racing/single speeding supremacy!!
Velociped Jones is the future of racing and he was a P to A spawnling.
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