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King of The Hammers Will Continue in Johnson Valley, CA 

 
(12/19/2013)

Racers and off-road riders alike have something to celebrate with the return of the Legendary 'King of the Hammers' event...



As Stewie on Family Guy might say...Victory is ours!  Thanks to the hard work of the AMA, and various riders rights organizations, fighting for us all, the annual gathering of racers at the “King Of The Hammers” in Southern California’s Johnson Valley is back in business.  Dave Cole, founder of King of The Hammers, had this to say, "This deal is something that couldn't have happened without the tireless support of the entire off road community. Thousands of people have donated time, energy and money for us to reach this point. Thank you to all who have worked to Save the Hammers for future generations. I especially want to thank Congressman Paul Cook, The California Motorized Recreational Council and The Off Road Business Association for their efforts. We wouldn't have made it to this point without them."

The 2014 Griffin King of The Hammers Presented by Nitto Tire is scheduled for February 7th, 2014 in Johnson Valley, CA. The weeklong series of off-road races kicks off on January 31st, 2014 with the opening of Hammertown to the public. For more information on King of The Hammers, please visit www.ultra4racing.c


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