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WHERE TO RIDE: Jericho Jamboree

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January 4, 2016
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No doubt the largest ATV jamboree in the Northeast is communally known as the Jericho ATV Festival. This year Progressive Insurance came on board as a sponsor, and Polaris, Can-Am, Arctic Cat and Yamaha offered free demo rides of new products. The fact that the yearly festival takes place at the trailhead of one of the largest trail systems in the country, Ride the Wilds, is another selling point. However, it’s the hospitality of the good folks in Berlin, New Hampshire, that is sure to keep people coming back for years. Late this summer, 6000 (up from 4000 in 2014) people attended the annual event. If the following pictures look like something you don’t want to miss next year, mark your 2016 calendars for August 5–7th to be there.

The event takes place at Jericho Mountain State Park in Berlin, New Hampshire, which is a Mecca for trails in the Northeast.
The event takes place at Jericho Mountain State Park in Berlin, New Hampshire, which is a Mecca for trails in the Northeast.
This event is a collaboration of the Androscoggin Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Androscoggin Valley ATV Club. The organizers receive a great deal of help from the City of Berlin, NH Recreation and Parks, NH Bureau of Trails and NH Fish & Game. These organizations are seeing the benefit of having ATV riders visiting the area.
This event is a collaboration of the Androscoggin Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Androscoggin Valley ATV Club. The organizers receive a great deal of help from the City of Berlin, NH Recreation and Parks, NH Bureau of Trails and NH Fish & Game. These organizations are seeing the benefit of having ATV riders visiting the area.
A new event for 2015 was the law enforcement versus fire department in the mud pit. The big winner was a local charity called Child Advocacy Center of Coos County. To donate, call (603) 635-1999 or visit www.cac-nh.org/coos.
A new event for 2015 was the law enforcement versus fire department in the mud pit. The big winner was a local charity called Child Advocacy Center of Coos County. To donate, call (603) 635-1999 or visit www.cac-nh.org/coos.

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