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ATV Practice Now Available at Competitive Edge

 
(1/4/2007)


January 11th and 25th will mark the first days of ATV practice at Competitive Edge MX Park located in Hesperia, California.  CEMX has been open to the public for a year but only to motorcycles.  Now, the tracks are open for all ATV enthusiasts.

All ages of ATV riders will have a chance to check out the latest in fully prepped tracks.  There are three tracks available for all ages and skill levels.  The Main Track is over two miles long with a fast pace and wide open turns.  The Intermediate Track is available to those riders that are wanting a tighter and skillful layout.  The Kids Track is open to all young beginners up to 12 years of age.

Gates open at 8am with practice running from 9am to 3pm.  These Thursday practices are for ATV's only – no motorcycles allowed.  Motorcycle practices are Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday with gates opening at 8am and practice from 9am to 3pm.

For more information, check out the website at www.ridecemx.com or call 760-947-7556

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