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High Lifter ATV East Coast Nationals

 
(9/26/2009)
 

Creek Bottom ATV Trails in Doles, Georgia was the site of the very first High Lifter ATV East Coast Nationals mud riding event September 17 – 20th.  ATV enthusiasts from across the south came together for the four day event organized by High Lifter Products.        

The competitions were exciting for both the competitors and the spectators as contestants competed in the Bad to Da’ Bone Show & Shine, Poker Run, Mudda-Cross and the main event, the Mud Bogs.  Some of the most impressive ATV mud racing machines and riders competed for cash and prizes throughout the week.  The Bomb Squad freestyle riders entertained the crowds with their extreme freestyle show Saturday night that included backflips by Caleb Moore and a Polaris RZR soaring through the air at 30 feet.  One lucky guy was chosen from the audience to ride with Moore in his flying Polaris RZR. 

Vendors offered a variety of ATV related goods and services for the riders to utilize.  All the major ATV manufacturers including Polaris, Arctic Cat and Can Am/BRP were there in full force displaying their new 2010 units.  Yamaha Motor Corporation brought in a team of experts to provide free mechanical services to keep the ATVs and Side X Sides on the trails and in the mud.  

At the Awards Ceremony Saturday night, winners received trophies and a collective total of more than $17,500 in cash and prizes.  The winners were: 

Mudda Cross: 

Lite Class

1st – Jeramy Holloway – Team Offroad Powersports

2nd – Doug Popham – Creek Bottom Racing

3rd – Marty Williams – Creek Bottom Racing 

Bogger Class

1st – J.W. Otwell – Team High Lifter Polaris Racing

2nd – Ryan Herian

3rd – Shane Barnett 

Pro Series Class

1st – Marty Williams – Creek Bottom Racing

2nd – Michael Mayo

3rd – Chance Vaughn – Team Bucked Up 

Open Class

1st – Jamie Hodges – Seminole Mud Racing

2nd – Josh Collier – Rocky Creek

3rd – Jason Holloway – Team Offroad Powersports 

RUV Class

1st – Blake Mann – Team High Lifter Polaris Racing

2nd – Bryan Robertson – Team High Lifter Polaris Racing

3rd – Maggie Robertson – Team High Lifter Polaris Racing 

Mud Bog: 

Lite Class

1st – Marty Williams - Creek Bottom Racing

2nd – Michael Mayo

3rd – Michael Wilson – Dirty South Mud Racing

 

Bogger Class

1st – J.W. Otwell – Team High Lifter Polaris Racing

2nd – Maggie Robertson – Team High Lifter Polaris Racing

3rd – Anne Ferguson – East Coast Dirty Girls 

Pro Series Class

1st – Robert Graham

2nd – Ray Blades – Team Bucked Up

3rd – Adam Schumaker – Team High Lifter Polaris Racing 

Mud Chic Class

1st – Rhonda Wiley – Creek Bottom Racing

2nd – Alicia Gorman – Team High Lifter Polaris Racing

3rd – Tammi Brinkman – Quad Shop Customs 

Open Class

1st – Seth Russell – Team I-45 Sales

2nd – Jason Holloway – Team Offroad Powersports

3rd – Trey Thornton – Team Pit Proven Performance 

RUV Class

1st – Jay Laycock – Team Offroad Powersports

2nd – Blake Mann – Team High Lifter Polaris Racing

3rd – Brian Robertson – Team High Lifter Polaris Racing 

Pee Wee Class (Children’s Pit)

1st – Rickey Wood 

Junior Class (Children’s Pit)

1st – Justin Drawhorn – Creek Bottom Racing

2nd – Jarrott Summerall – Creek Bottom Racing

3rd – Trevor Williamson-Creek Bottom Racing 

Early Teen (Adult pit)

1st – Reed Laycock – Team Offroad Powersports

2nd – Trevor Williamson – Creek Bottom Racing

3rd – Jamie Hester – Team Offroad Powersports 

Bad 2 Da Bone 

1st – Jay Laycock – Offroad Powersports

2nd – Cody Nelson – Aqua Print Grafix

3rd – Jamie Hodges – Seminole Mud Racing 

Poker Run 

High Hand – Emily Belcher - Queen High Flush

Low Hand – Katherine Miligan - 7 High 

About High Lifter 
High Lifter Products, Inc. has been developing and marketing unique, after-market accessories for utility, 4-wheel drive ATVs since 1996.  In this short time, the company has grown from a one-man, backyard hobby into a 35 employee, multi-million dollar corporation.  High Lifter operates from a 27,700 square foot facility located in Shreveport, Louisiana, which includes a retail showroom, a warehouse, a performance shop, and executive offices.  The website, www.highlifter.com, is visited by almost 200,000 visitors per month, and includes a full product catalog, a chat room and forum, games, an online ATV magazine, and many more informative and entertaining features.


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