Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Race-a-Thon for Land Use at King of Hammers

The 4405 “land-use buggy” races for access at the famed King of the Hammers race.
Driver Travis Carpenter asks people to “Pledge per mile made”

For the second year in a row, Rock Zombie 4x4 club member Travis Carpenter of the 4405 “land-use” team is racing in the famed King of the Hammers off-road race on February 11th to generate funds for land-use. Held by HammerKing Productions (http://www.kingofthehammers.com/) and billed as the toughest off-road competition in the United States, the King of the Hammers is a mix of desert racing and hardcore rock crawling. The grueling 120 mile long course is split into two laps, and many competitors are not even able to finish the race. In only its 5th year, attendance at the race is expected to draw well over 30,000 people to the southern California desert.
Make a PLEGDE right here (Pay later): http://www.sharetrails.org/4405
Read/download entire press release here in WORD (.doc) or ADOBE (.pdf).

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