Messy, muddy quad bike races ready for the major league

Filed under: Quad Bikes News — Rick on September 24, 2012

Muddy quad bike racing is growing fast as both a racing and spectator sport in the USA and last weekend, September 21 – 23, people were able to see the reasons for this for themselves at BamaJam Farms, Alabama.

The farm is home to acres upon acres of some of the best ATV trails and mud backs in the USA. Those who love nothing better than getting caked in mud on their quad consider this region to be a gift from Mother Nature. Clay Wylie, associated with Championship Mud Racing, partnered with BamaJam Farms under the full knowledge that it would be a win-win proposition.

He said that anyone who has never attended a mud racing event should do so, as it offers the best ATV action that spectators could possibly find. This year, the event took the opportunity to race quad bikes in the mud to a totally different level. CRM hosted the event and there will be a total of $35,000 in cash pay outs before the year is over.

This year’s event featured a unique track, an atmosphere unlike any other, fishing, golf, and even a man-made beach. The event brought fun to everyone in Alabama and at the same time established BamaJam Farm as the number one spot for mud racing.

The event featured ten different divisions, with three of these being youth classes. Cash prizes paid out so far in championship mud racing include $1,100 in the youth class 1 and 2 and $1,500 in the youth class 3. In the women’s class, over $2,000 in cash prizes have been given out and in the super modified $3,350.

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