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I can not promise that every event will be in here... but I will put EVERY event I hear of on this page...hopefully in a timely manner! If you know of something not listed, please contact me at with dates, location, directions, type of race, etc. and I will post it. HINT: The more info you provide me with the better chance it will be useful to someone watching this site :)



Sorry for not keeping up with the Mudallica calendar like in the past. My mother passed away and it has been hard getting back into my rhythm. My attendance this year to mud bogs has been terrible! Bear with me and it might come back to life in 2013. Most people have been going to Facebook to keep up on the whens and wheres this year.

  • October 21, 22, and 23rd is Mountian Mania Mud Bogs just south of Chewelah in Valley, WA.

  • The fall Moyie Mud Bog has been cancelled. Find the Moyie Springs Mud Bog page on Facebook to find discussions as to the reason why and watch it in hopes that they change their mind!
    There has been a rumor circulating that the Mountain Mania mud bog in Chewelah will run the week of Sept 28, 29, 30th due to Moyie being shut down but this is only rumor as far as I know. Once again, follow the chatter on Facebook to get the latest.

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    PAST EVENTS of 2011

  • October 8th is Bog for Dogs!

  • September 30, October 1st, and October 2nd are the predicted dates for the fall Moyie Springs mud bogs! The best damn mud bog on planet Earth. The huge pit there can and will swallow 5 of the biggest baddest trucks in the Inland Northwest at the same time...all while some peewee little truck takes the safe routes around and the crowd cheers on! If you were there in the spring you saw hundreds of big bad mean mud trucks, cars, buggys, etc. In the "Mountain Explorers" group we refer to the fall Moyie Mud Bog as the mud bog for drivers. Seldom is there a long wait to get your truck into the pit and often you go through, come right back around and immediately get to go through again.

  • September 24th is the LaCrosse Mud Races

  • September 24th is the next Big Al's MUD RACE! 2010 info as follows- should be the same for this year! Tech-in from 1pm-3:30. Racing starts @ 4pm. Entry fees: driver is $40 includes 1 spotter for free. General admission is $5 per person and pit passes are $20. The address is 6361 W Seltice Way, Stateline ID 83854. Link:www.bigalscountryclub.com

  • September 17th is the Moses Lake Team Mud Bogs and other events at the Mud Flats

  • September 10th is the Sprague mud races!

  • August 26th, 27th, 28th weekend is the Mountain Mania Mud Bogg Party. It is just like a mini Moyie Springs event without the long drive! Six Miles south of Chewelah. Approximately 11 Miles north of Loon Lake on Hwy 395. Turn West on Huffman rd follow the signs. 1/8 mile to entrance on left. Check out their website: "www.mountainmudsports.com" or call (509)991-9242 (509)936-0431 (509)936-0314. Click here for flier to their last event.

  • August 27th is the next Big Al's MUD RACE! 2010 info as follows- should be the same for this year! Tech-in from 1pm-3:30. Racing starts @ 4pm. Entry fees: driver is $40 includes 1 spotter for free. General admission is $5 per person and pit passes are $20. The address is 6361 W Seltice Way, Stateline ID 83854. Link:www.bigalscountryclub.com

  • August 13th is the Othello Rodeo Association mud bog race. Visit their site for more info: www.othellorodeo.com

    PAST EVENTS of 2010
    Item of note- I am welcoming other racers to sum up past events to get a variety of viewpoints about past events since I am really up to doing it- especially since I don't it to all of them and I end up doing a write up based on what I hear from other people. to send me an email describing in your words how it went. If the button doesn't work write to mudallica_1@yahoo.com

  • August 13th was the Othello Rodeo Association mud bog race. Visit their site for more info: www.othellorodeo.com

  • August 6th was the HARDIN EXTREME DAYS! 2nd ANNUAL HARDIN EXTREME DAYS. The most exciting and action packed event in Eastern Montana! A fund raising event for the Hardin Volunteer Fire Department. SATURDAY AUGUST 6. Events begin @ 2:00 p.m. TICKETS @ GATE: Adults $10.00 ~ Kids $5.00 ~ under 5 free. LIVE AUCTION AND PRIZES LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & DANCE TO FOLLOW EVENT. Visit their site for more info: www.hvfd-montana.homestead.com/Extreme-Day.html

  • July 29th, 30th, 31st weekend was the Mountain Mania Mud Bogg Party. It is just like a mini Moyie Springs event without the long drive! Six Miles south of Chewelah. Approximately 11 Miles north of Loon Lake on Hwy 395. Turn West on Huffman rd follow the signs. 1/8 mile to entrance on left. Check out their website: "www.mountainmudsports.com" or call (509)991-9242 (509)936-0431 (509)936-0314. Click here for the flier!

  • July 24th I got an email with some partial information on a mud bog in Montana. The email read, "on facebook Montana has a spot: June 24th, 25th, and 26th. You'll half to look it up for the details."

  • July 23rd was Big Al's MUD RACE! 2010 info as follows- should be the same for this year! Tech-in from 1pm-3:30. Racing starts @ 4pm. Entry fees: driver is $40 includes 1 spotter for free. General admission is $5 per person and pit passes are $20. The address is 6361 W Seltice Way, Stateline ID 83854. Link:www.bigalscountryclub.com

  • July 9th was the Lacrosse Mud Bogs! Mud bog and dirt drags ($20 entry each event or $35 for both) camping available and if you come the night before, you can run through each lane once (helps us get the pit ready) Concessions on site and should have water available to get the worst of it off. If you have been to a Lacrosse mud bog before and bring a friend who has not been to a Lacrosse mud bog, you get a free entry if the new guy pays, or you both get half off (whatever you want to work out with your buddy) We MUST know this before sign up. email kkelso@aiains.com or call Ken (509) 844 2818 to arrange this or for more details.

  • Sunday, July 3rd was the Camco Racing Innovations Mud Bog! Mud Drag race, 200 ft pits. Racers Tech in at 9am to 11am Spectator gate opens at 11am Racing starts about 12 noon. Fee's are 40 bucks to enter the race, includes 1 spotter. Pays back 1st 2nd and 3rd, cash and trophies. Spectators are 5 bucks each. Bring a chair, blanket, or pop up canopy to sit on or under. NO ALCOHOL. There will be a concession stand with pop water, dogs/burgers. The address is 944 Beverly Burke Rd N Quincy Wa 98848 VISIT THEIR WEBSITE FOR MORE DETAILS: www.camcoracing.biz

  • June 26th was 2011 CMSP "Muddin Madness" at Columbia Motor Speedway Park. Hermiston Oregon. For more info visit their site: www.columbiamotorspeedway.com

  • June 25th was Big Al's MUD RACE! 2010 info as follows- should be the same for this year! Tech-in from 1pm-3:30. Racing starts @ 4pm. Entry fees: driver is $40 includes 1 spotter for free. General admission is $5 per person and pit passes are $20. The address is 6361 W Seltice Way, Stateline ID 83854. Link:www.bigalscountryclub.com

  • June 17th, 18th, 19th weekend was the Mountain Mania Mud Bogg Party. It is just like a mini Moyie Springs event without the long drive! Six Miles south of Chewelah. Approximately 11 Miles north of Loon Lake on Hwy 395. Turn West on Huffman rd follow the signs. 1/8 mile to entrance on left. Check out their website: "www.mountainmudsports.com" or call (509)991-9242 (509)936-0431 (509)936-0314. Click here for flier to their last event.

  • June 18th was the Lacrosse Mud Bogs! Mud bog and dirt drags ($20 entry each event or $35 for both) camping available and if you come the night before, you can run through each lane once (helps us get the pit ready) Concessions on site and should have water available to get the worst of it off. If you have been to a Lacrosse mud bog before and bring a friend who has not been to a Lacrosse mud bog, you get a free entry if the new guy pays, or you both get half off (whatever you want to work out with your buddy) We MUST know this before sign up. email kkelso@aiains.com or call Ken (509) 844 2818 to arrange this or for more details. The June 18 date is in conjunction with our local farm fest community celebration and those here in time will line up for the parade (last year the mud boggers were the tail of the parade and the big hit of the parade, it's great fun to show off your vehicle this way) We will sign up from about 8 in the morning and expect to start racing about 12 (not set in stone)

  • May 28th was Big Al's MUD RACE! 2010 info as follows- should be the same for this year! Tech-in from 1pm-3:30. Racing starts @ 4pm. Entry fees: driver is $40 includes 1 spotter for free. General admission is $5 per person and pit passes are $20. The address is 6361 W Seltice Way, Stateline ID 83854. Link:www.bigalscountryclub.com

  • May 6th, 7th, and 8th 2011 (Mothers Day weekend) was Moyie Springs mud bogs! The best damn mud bog on planet Earth. The huge pit there can and will swallow 5 of the biggest baddest trucks in the Inland Northwest at the same time...all while some peewee little truck takes the safe routes around and the crowd cheers on! Expect as many as 7000 people to show up for this event and hundreds of big bad mean mud trucks, cars, buggys, etc.

  • April 23rd 2011 was the next Big Al's MUD RACE! 2010 info as follows- should be the same for this year! Tech-in from 1pm-3:30. Racing starts @ 4pm. Entry fees: driver is $40 includes 1 spotter for free. General admission is $5 per person and pit passes are $20. The address is 6361 W Seltice Way, Stateline ID 83854. Link:www.bigalscountryclub.com

  • April 16th 2011 was the NITB Cabin Fever Run

  • March 19-20 2011 was the Mountain Explorers annual playday at 7-Mile ORV park.

  • October 1st, 2nd and 3rd was the fall Moyie Springs mud bogs! The best damn mud bog on planet Earth. The huge pit there can and will swallow 5 of the biggest baddest trucks in the Inland Northwest at the same time...all while some peewee little truck takes the safe routes around and the crowd cheers on! If you were there in the spring you saw hundreds of big bad mean mud trucks, cars, buggys, etc. In the "Mountain Explorers" group we refer to the fall Moyie Mud Bog as the mud bog for drivers. Seldom is there a long wait to get your truck into the pit and often you go through, come right back around and immediately get to go through again. Ok now if you are still reading I am gonna spill a couple beans here: the truck Blazer that Allan rolled in the pits last year might be there with Rockwell axles... and Josh Krebs is possibly returning from his self-imposed exile. His monster S-10 is long gone crushed and the parts sold...but he isn't the type of guy to let his "return to the scene" go un-remembered...

  • October 2nd was the LaCrosse Mud Bogs and DIRT DRAGS. For more information contact Ken at kkelso@aiains.com or visit the www.lacrossemudbog.com website. Also follow this thread on NWMudTrucks:

  • October 2nd was the Milltown Mud Bogs in St. Maries Idaho. Entry fee for drivers is $30, pit passes are $20, general admission is $5, 12 and under free. Drivers get one free pit pass with entry fees. Larry Werner is the person to contact with questions and his contact #is two-o-eight-245-3524

  • Oct 16th was the next Big Al's MUD RACE! Tech-in from 1pm-3:30. Racing starts @ 4pm. Entry fees: driver is $40 includes 1 spotter for free. General admission is $5 per person and pit passes are $20. The address is 6361 W Seltice Way, Stateline ID 83854. Link:www.bigalscountryclub.com

  • Sept 5th and 6th was the Milltown Mud Bogs in St. Maries Idaho. Entry fee for drivers is $40 for both days and that includes 2 pit passes, pit passes are $15 for both days, general admission is $10 for one day and $15 for both days, 16 and under free. Larry Werner is the person to contact with questions and his contact #is two-o-eight-245-3524 CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FLIER CLICK HERE TO SEE THEIR FACEBOOK PAGE

  • September 11th was the next CRMRA Mud Drags at Barlow Point Raceway in Longview, WA. Gates open: 8:00am, registration starts: 9:00am. Driver's meeting: 10:00am. Racing starts: 11:00am with Pro Rail. Links: CRMRA MySpace MudSpace YouTube

  • Sept 11th was the Eureka Dune Runners Patriot Day PLAYDAY. Link:Eureka Dune Runners calendar and info link for this event

  • Sept 18th Milltown Mud Bogs in St. Maries Idaho has been CANCELED! Entry fee for drivers is $30, pit passes are $20, general admission is $5, 12 and under free. Drivers get one free pit pass with entry fees. Larry Werner is the person to contact with questions and his contact #is two-o-eight-245-3524 CLICK HERE TO SEE THEIR FACEBOOK PAGE

  • Sept 18th was the final date for the Spokane Humane Society's "Bogs For Dogs" mud bogs. Held on site at Francis and Havana street just before Francis turns into Bigelow Gulch. Tech in is from 8am to 10am and racing starts at 11:00am. $40 entry fee that includes 1 pit pass- proceeds go towards fund raising for the animal shelter. A little bit of money can go a long way towards feeding a lot of hungry animals!

  • Sept 25th was the next Big Al's MUD RACE! Tech-in from 1pm-3:30. Racing starts @ 4pm. Entry fees: driver is $40 includes 1 spotter for free. General admission is $5 per person and pit passes are $20. The address is 6361 W Seltice Way, Stateline ID 83854. Link:www.bigalscountryclub.com

  • August 29th was side by side mud drags in Kalispell Mt. Race at the south end of town on the west side of Hwy. 93 Plenty of camping area , Races starts at noon

  • August 29th was side by side mud drags in Kalispell Mt. Race at the south end of town on the west side of Hwy. 93 Plenty of camping area , Races starts at noon

  • August 28th was sand-drags in Kalispell Mt. Race will be at the south end of town on the west side of Hwy. 93 Plenty of camping area , Races starts at noon

  • August 28th was the third date for the Spokane Humane Society's "Bogs For Dogs" mud bogs. Held on site at Francis and Havana street just before Francis turns into Bigelow Gulch. Tech in is from 8am to 10am and racing starts at 11:00am. $40 entry fee that includes 1 pit pass- proceeds go towards fund raising for the animal shelter. A little bit of money can go a long way towards feeding a lot of hungry animals!

  • August 21th was the ORIENT Mud Bog! Call 509-738-6500 for details. Here are a few words from Sam about the bogs at Orient last year: "Orient was a blast! There were about 20 local trucks turn out. Anything from a moyia-esk frame with wheels and a straight six ! All the way up to my rail. They paid out different this year, pay 10 to play or 20 and the fastest truck (or jeep) gets the pot! Well I thought it was a good idea! Deep mud big jump at the end and some insane spectators made it a must return race."

  • August 21st and 22nd was a Devil's Ridge MUD RACE! $30 to enter, $20 to bump up a class, and $5 for spectators. Tech in is from 9:00am to 11:00am; racing starts at noon. Side by side mud pits (2 deep ones and one shallow pit last time). Wheel to wheel obstacle course action. Come on out and play! Bogs at same location as the last bogs; just past the old location. From HWY 2 near Elk you turn West on Eloika Lake road. Follow that to Division Road. Turn right and go a little over 3 miles. Once you reach the previous location you can just about see the new location. It is just down a ways on the left side of the road. Click here for map directions.

  • August 21th was the Milltown Mud Bogs in St. Maries Idaho. Entry fee for drivers is $30, pit passes are $20, general admission is $5, 12 and under free. Drivers get one free pit pass with entry fees. Larry Werner is the person to contact with questions and his contact #is two-o-eight-245-3524

  • August 21st was CRMRA Mud Drags at Barlow Point Raceway in Longview, WA. Gates open: 8:00am, registration starts: 9:00am. Driver's meeting: 10:00am. Racing starts: 11:00am with Pro Rail. Links: CRMRA MySpace MudSpace YouTube

  • August 21st and 22nd was an event near Tacoma and Olympia: Tuff Trucks, sand drags and mud bogs put on my Mudslingers4x4.com Tuff trucks, dirt drags and mud bogs august 21-22 Tuff Trucks will be on the Saturday the 21st of August Registration 7:30 Am - 9:45 Am. Drivers meeting at 10 AM. Race starts at 10:30 AM. Spectator gates open at 9 AM. Dirt Drags will start at 3 pm after tuff truck is over and only if tuff truck is done by 2 pm. drags are for fun only no trophiesDirt drags are only for people that are competing in either the Mud bogs or the tuff trucks and have no extra charge they are for fun only. bragging rights. Tuff Truck Classes: 4/6 cylinder, 8 cylinder, Unlimited, and Kids Class. Tuff Truck will have cash prize and trophy for 1st place only per class. The Tuff Truck course is a cross country speed type course with optional hard core obstacles. You may skip obstacles but it will add penalty time. Fastest time wins. Mud Bog will be held Sunday the 22nd of August Registration 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM Divers meeting 9:15 AM Bog starts 9:30 AM Spectator gates open 8:00 AM Mud Bog Classes are by tire size:Note mud bog classes have changed Tire size 36"and under 4-6 cylinder; Tire Size 36" and under 8 Cylinder; 37" - 39". 40" and up, Modified Unlimited for the non street legal trail rigs or tire modifications without extrem HP and Extreme Unlimited Class (any one that has extreme power and tire modifications), Powder Puff Class (ladies only), Kids ages 8 and under, Kids ages 9-15 Mud Bog trophies will be for 1st, 2nd, 3rd per class. Winners are determined by either the fasted time or the greatest distance. 1 pit is for 35" and under tires and the other is for unlimited tires. Event registration is $ 45.00 includes tech fee. Additional drivers on the same vehicle is $ 20.00 Kids 8 and under are $ 5.00 kids 9-15 are $ 10.00 1/2 - 2nd event if doing 2 in the weekend. Camping is available -but with no services/hook ups. Honey Buckets will be provided. $ 20.00 per family of 4. If you are going to camp you must pre-register with Steve Russell or Barbara 253-537-3755. Spectator admission $ 10.00 per day/per person. Kids under 12 are free. Everyone asks how deep it is let me just say that after having more than 30 mud events that I do have a technique, BUT its a secret. My definition of a mud bog is: Your tires must float in thick mud. This is not a mud drag it is a mud bog. Pits are 25ft wide and 200ft in length. We are looking for an ice cream vendor as our regular man is ill and will not be able to attend. You are permitted to bring a cooler with your own food and drink. Dog Pound Off Road will be assisting in putting on the event. W.o.W. will be providing the tech services. More information available at Mudslingers4X4.com or contacting Steve Russell 253-537-3755. If you wish to volunteer to help at the event we will allow you to run your vehicle and camp for free contact Steve Russell 253-537-3755 for more information. GOTO www.Mudslingers4X4.com for more rules for the event. Sponsors: Jerry Write with Spatan Construction Sponsored the Tuff truck event www.fatmanstowing.net Linda Brothers with Windermere www.budsmachine.com www.billybobs4x4.com www.dtrinc.net Dirks Truck Repair www.MotorXSports.com www.NWAutoEvents.com www.HoneyBucket.com www.AandRHoods.com www.WoW4x4.com www.DogPoundOffRoad.Org www.LongfieldSuperAxels.com Up Coming Event: August 21st - Tuff Trucks, August 22nd Mud Bogs. All of the same information. LOCATION IS IN ETHEL WA HERE IS THE LINK TO THE LOCATION http://www.happs-inc.com/Happs_Calendar.htm FOR MORE EVENT INFORMATION GO TO www.mudslingers4x4.com

  • August 14th is the Get-R-Done Mud Bog sponsored by the Othello Rodeo Assn. to be held August 14, 2010; Registration begins at 8:00am with racing at Noon. $1500.00 added money to be distributed between the classes. For more information call Rick Bougher @ (509) 750-5289 To view their flier click here.

  • August 7th is the Milltown Mud Bogs in St. Maries Idaho. Entry fee for drivers is $30, pit passes are $20, general admission is $5, 12 and under free. Drivers get one free pit pass with entry fees. Larry Werner is the person to contact with questions and his contact #is two-o-eight-245-3524

  • Sunday August 1st was a Devil's Ridge PLAYDAY! Entry fee was all donations. Side by side mud pits (2 deep ones and one shallow pit last time). Wheel to wheel obstacle course action. Come on out and play! Bogs at same location as the last bogs; just past the old location. From HWY 2 near Elk you turn West on Eloika Lake road. Follow that to Division Road. Turn right and go a little over 3 miles. Once you reach the previous location you can just about see the new location. It is just down a ways on the left side of the road. Click here for map directions.

  • Saturday JULY 31st was a Devil's Ridge MUD RACE! $30 to enter, $20 to bump up a class, and $5 for spectators. Tech in is from 9:00am to 11:00am; racing starts at noon. Side by side mud pits (2 deep ones and one shallow pit last time). Wheel to wheel obstacle course action. Come on out and play! Bogs at same location as the last bogs; just past the old location. From HWY 2 near Elk you turn West on Eloika Lake road. Follow that to Division Road. Turn right and go a little over 3 miles. Once you reach the previous location you can just about see the new location. It is just down a ways on the left side of the road. Click here for map directions.

  • PLEASE ACCEPT MY APOLOGIES FOR NOT POSTING THE MONTANA MUDFEST UNTIL SATURDAY AT 4:00!!!
  • July 23rd, 24th and 25th was the Montana Mudfest in Haugan, Montana. Side by side mud drags, circle track mud drags, bikini contest, tug-o-war, chug-n-run etc. Day pass $25 weekend pass $40. Contact Larry DeMott at 406-274-2301. For complete info see the flier by clicking here.

  • July 24th was the Milltown Mud Bogs in St. Maries Idaho. Entry fee for drivers is $30, pit passes are $20, general admission is $5, 12 and under free. Drivers get one free pit pass with entry fees. Larry Werner is the person to contact with questions and his contact #is two-o-eight-245-3524

  • July 24th was the next Big Al's MUD RACE! Tech-in from 1pm-3:30. Racing starts @ 4pm. Entry fees: driver is $40 includes 1 spotter for free. General admission is $5 per person and pit passes are $20. The address is 6361 W Seltice Way, Stateline ID 83854. Link:www.bigalscountryclub.com

  • July 17th was the next CRMRA Mud Drags at Barlow Point Raceway in Longview, WA. Gates open: 8:00am, registration starts: 9:00am. Driver's meeting: 10:00am. Racing starts: 11:00am with Pro Rail. Links: CRMRA MySpace MudSpace YouTube

  • July 10th was the Milltown Mud Bogs in St. Maries Idaho. Entry fee for drivers is $30, pit passes are $20, general admission is $5, 12 and under free. Drivers get one free pit pass with entry fees. Larry Werner is the person to contact with questions and his contact #is two-o-eight-245-3524 Just a little hint...everyone who has shown up for this mud bog has said great things about it. Be one of the original St. Maries mud boggers that can say they showed up during the first year of these bogs way back in 2010!

  • 4th of July weekend was supposed to be the second Mountain Mania Mud Bogg Party. Unfortunately there have been some set backs and the last I have heard is that this event is canceled. Follow their website for up-to-date changes that may have occurred- "www.mountainmudsports.com" or call (509)991-9242 (509)936-0431 (509)936-0314. Click here for flier to their last event.

  • June 26th and 27th was DEVIL'S RIDGE!!! Mike is at it again. Side by side timed mud bogs and wheel to wheel obstacle course. Bogs at same location as the last bogs; just past the old location. From HWY 2 near Elk you turn West on Eloika Lake road. Follow that to Division Road. Turn right and go a little over 3 miles. Once you reach the previous location you can just about see the new location. It is just down a ways on the left side of the road. There will be trophies handed out. This will be his second mud bog in this year so things should be getting ironed out. The mud was super deep last time and he is going to try to make pits for getting times instead of distances so please don't let the deep mud of the last one scare you away! Entry fees for mud and obstacle are $30; and $20 to bump up and run in a second class. Tech is from 9-11am and racing starts at noon. Spectators are $5; under 15 years old are free. Click here for map directions.

  • June 26th and 27th was THE BENTON COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS IN KENNEWICK , WA. Get ready for 2 days of action packed, 4X4 competitions this summer! The wonderful folks at the Benton County Fairgrounds have allowed to let us promote this event at the Sundowns Racetrack. There will be plenty of room to have some downright dirty fun! Like always, we will have some delicious 'Traegered food,' and this time, there will be 2 beer gardens hosted by the Pasco Eagles! The Pasco Eagles make generous contributions to St. Judes' Hospital, so come on down, and grab a cold beverage for a good cause! SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 2010 TRACTOR PULL, DIRT DRAG & LIVE BAND! SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 2010 MUD BOGS, ROCK CRAWLS & TUG-OF-WAR! CAMPING WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR THOSE COMING FROM OUT OF TOWN OR THOSE WHO DON'T HAVE A DD. PLEASE CONTACT US FOR DETAILS. We'll have the help from some local sponsors so it should make for some pretty nice prize purses for drivers! If you’re interested in becoming a sponsor or purchasing a VIP Box, click here & call Jenny @ (509) 727-4386 MUD BOG & DIRT DRAG 600 CLASS WILL WIN $1,000 + TROPHY FOR 1ST PLACE! $500 + TROPHY FOR 2ND PLACE! $250 + TROPHY FOR 3RD PLACE! CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE DETAILS! WWW.ALLSEASONSPASCO.COMWWW.ALLSEASONSPASCO.COM

  • June 26th was the Milltown Mud Bogs in St. Maries Idaho. Larry Werner is the person to contact with questions and his contact #is two-o-eight-245-3524

  • June 26th was Big Al's MUD RACE! Tech-in from 1pm-3:30. Racing starts @ 4pm. Entry fees: driver is $40 includes 1 spotter for free. General admission is $5 per person and pit passes are $20. The address is 6361 W Seltice Way, Stateline ID 83854. Link:www.bigalscountryclub.com

  • June 20th (SUNDAY) was the Eureka Dune Runners Fathers Day DEMOLITION DERBY. Link:Eureka Dune Runners calendar and info link for this event

  • June 19th was the second date for the Spokane Humane Society's "Bogs For Dogs" mud bogs. Held on site at Francis and Havana street just before Francis turns into Bigelow Gulch. Tech in is from 8am to 10am and racing starts at 11:00am. $40 entry fee that includes 1 pit pass- proceeds go towards fund raising for the animal shelter. A little bit of money can go a long way towards feeding a lot of hungry animals!

  • June 19th LaCrosse Mud Bogs and DIRT DRAGS. For more information contact Ken at kkelso@aiains.com or visit the www.lacrossemudfest.com website. Racers arriving by 8:00 am are encouraged to drive their vehicle through the parade with us and show off their vehicles. Also follow this thread on NWMudTrucks:

  • June 19th was the next CRMRA Mud Drags at Barlow Point Raceway in Longview, WA. Gates open: 8:00am, registration starts: 9:00am. Driver's meeting: 11:00am (driver registration for the first race always takes longer). Racing starts: 11:30am with Pro Rail. Links: CRMRA MySpace MudSpace YouTube

  • June 12th was the Milltown Mud Bogs in St. Maries Idaho. Larry Werner is the person to contact with questions and his contact #is two-o-eight-245-3524

  • June 11th, 12th and 13th was the Mountain Mania Mud Bogg Party. $20 per person; $10 for ages 6-12. 3 days and 2 nights. Camping. Live band. Free for all mud bogging, partying, cross country, hill climbs and more. 6 miles south of Chewelah off HWY 395 between mile markers 200 and 201. Approx 30 minutes north of Spokane. Opens at 8:00 am Friday June 12th. Click "www.mountainmudsports.com" or call (509)991-9242 (509)936-0431 (509)936-0314. Click here for flier.

  • May 30th mud drags in Hot Springs Montana. Sorry but this is all the info I have on this!

  • May 29th, 30th and 31st is Memorial Day Weekend

  • May 29th was the Milltown Mud Bogs in St. Maries Idaho. Larry Werner is the person to contact with questions and his contact #is two-o-eight-245-3524

  • May 29th and 30th LaCrosse Mud Bogs and DIRT DRAGS. For more information contact Ken at kkelso@aiains.com or visit the www.lacrossemudfest.com website. Also follow this thread on NWMudTrucks:

  • May 29th obstacle course in Hot Springs Montana. Sorry but this is all the info I have on this!

  • May 22nd was the next Big Al's MUD RACE! Tech-in from 1pm-3:30. Racing starts @ 4pm. Entry fees: driver is $40 includes 1 spotter for free. General admission is $5 per person and pit passes are $20. The address is 6361 W Seltice Way, Stateline ID 83854. Link:www.bigalscountryclub.com

  • May 15th, and 16th was DEVIL'S RIDGE!!! Mike was at it again! Side by side timed mud bogs and wheel to wheel obstacle course. Bogs at a new location just past the previous location. The pits were super deep and challenging...a little bit tougher than Mike intended. Sunday things smoothed out some. Next race he should be totally up to speed and have a great bog for us. There were trophies handed out for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each class. Entry fees for mud and obstacle were $30; and $20 to bump up and run in a second class. Tech was from 9-12am and racing started at 12:30. Spectators are $5; under 15 years old are free. Click here for map directions.

  • May 15th was the first date for the Spokane Humane Society's "Bogs For Dogs" mud bogs. Held on site at Francis and Havana street just before Francis turns into Bigelow Gulch. Tech in is from 8am to 10am and racing starts at 11:00am. $40 entry fee that includes 1 pit pass- proceeds go towards fund raising for the animal shelter. A little bit of money can go a long way towards feeding a lot of hungry animals!

  • May 8th was a new mud bog starting up in St. Maries, Idaho. It is being put on by the Werner family. For more info contact Shelby @ WernerS@autonation.com Quote from Shelby Werner- "Just a follow-up for you on our Mud Bog. We had over 150 spectators (not bad for our first race) 12 trucks showed up. It rained all day seemed like there was a lot more water than mud but people seemed to enjoy themselves."

  • May 7th, 8th and 9th (Mothers Day weekend) was Moyie Springs mud bogs! The best damn mud bog on planet Earth. The huge pit there can and will swallow 5 of the biggest baddest trucks in the Inland Northwest at the same time...all while some peewee little truck takes the safe routes around and the crowd cheers on! Expect as many as 7000 people to show up for this event and hundreds of big bad mean mud trucks, cars, buggys, etc.

  • May 1st was a "test and tune" playday at the Spokane Humane Society's "Bogs For Dogs" mud bogs. I wasn't notified of any entry cost or suggested donations...but even if it is free it never hurts to donate a little something to the cause. Held on site at Francis and Havana street just before Francis turns into Bigelow Gulch. Pit will be open from 10am to 2pm. Car show as well going on so bring your mudder or your show car!

  • Apr 25th was the Eureka Dune Runners MUD BOGS. Tech-in from 8-12 and racing starts at 1:00 pm. Link:Eureka Dune Runners calendar and info link for this event

  • Apr 24th mud bogs in Othello, WA. Bogs, dirt drags, tug-a-war and rock crawl. Located at rodeo/fairgrounds. Put on by "All Seasons" who are the folks who put on the bogs in Pasco last year. For more info, click here: http://www.allseasonspasco.com/ViewEvent.aspx?ID=12

  • Apr 24th was the next Big Al's MUD RACE! Tech-in from 1pm-3:30. Racing starts @ 4pm. Entry fees: driver is $40 includes 1 spotter for free. General admission is $5 per person and pit passes are $20. The address is 6361 W Seltice Way, Stateline ID 83854. Link:www.bigalscountryclub.com

  • Apr 24th was the Eureka Dune Runners SAND DRAGS. Tech-in from 8-12 and racing starts at 1:00 pm. Link:Eureka Dune Runners calendar and info link for this event

  • Apr 10th was NITB's Cabin Fever Run 2010. For details to enter follow this website link: NITB

  • Apr 3rd was the Eureka Dune Runners "MUD AND SAND" races. Tech-in from 8-12 and racing starts at 1:00 pm. Link:Eureka Dune Runners calendar and info link for this event

  • Apr 3rd was the first Big Al's MUD RACE for 2010. Tech-in from 1pm-3:30. Racing starts @ 4pm. Entry fees: driver is $40 includes 1 spotter for free. General admission is $5 per person and pit passes are $20. The address is 6361 W Seltice Way, Stateline ID 83854. Link:www.bigalscountryclub.com

  • MUD FEST 2010 in Pasco ran into some red tape issues and did not happen at the previously posted date and time. Follow this forum link if you want to get more info: nwmudtrucks

  • March 13th-14th was a Mountains Explorers playday weekend at 7 Mile ORV Park. Allan stressed that they are getting stricter on enforcing the rules that all vehicles have exhaust and they either have ORV tags or are registered, insured street legal vehicles. Not his rules... they are the city's rules and we all kinda gotta follow them! Link:www.mountainexplorers4x4.com

  • Jan 1st was the annual "HANGOVER RUN!" Everyone met at the gates of 7 Mile ORV Park around 8:59 am and I got there at 9:00 am and Matty's Blazabbit was already broke.

  • Jan 16th was the annual "POKER RUN!" Everyone met at Sam's house. Due to lack of snow they took the back side of the mountain for a more difficult trail...and it really bit them in the &#*$^@$^* because they had a hard time and had to park 2 rigs that just couldn't make it! It was $10 to enter. Bon fire, chili dinner and each others company ended the night off!

    PAST EVENTS 2009
    Item of note- I am welcoming other racers to sum up past events to get a variety of viewpoints about past events since I am really up to doing it- especially since I don't it to all of them and I end up doing a write up based on what I hear from other people. to send me an email describing in your words how it went. If the button doesn't work write to mudallica_1@yahoo.com

  • Nov 21st the "Busch Pounders" tore things up at Eagle Creek. It was up the CDA river near Murray. The Busch Pounders camp Friday to Sunday. Busch pounders are going to get a new logo for shirts, sweatshirts, beanies, and hopefully beer kozies. They are selling them to whoever wants them and profits will go towards some property so they can try and get an ORV park in north ID. The Busch Pounders would appreciate the Mountain Explorers support to get more places to play.

  • Nov 7th was "MUDFEST" at Tri Cities, Wa. For more info call: 509-547-5363 or click this link: www.allseasonspasco.com/ViewEvent.aspx?ID=3

  • Oct 17th was the year end mud race at BIG ALS! Tech-in from 1pm-3:30. Racing starts @ 4pm. Entry fees: driver is $40 includes 1 spotter for free. General admission is $5 per person and pit passes are $20. The address is 6361 W Seltice Way, Stateline ID 83854. Complete rules at the Big Als website- click here to view them.

  • Oct 9th, 10th and 11th were the dates for the fall Moyie Springs mud bogs. Lots of work has been done to the pits as well as the enter/exit areas. Rex Sherman and Jeremy Cassal worked hard to make Moyie Springs more "rail friendly" and have a plan in action to clear out the exit of the speed lanes when the rails are running...making it safer for the drivers and the spectators. Click here to see an older copy of the rules. Click here to see a map to Moyie Springs. Rex Sherman built the Shriners truck which was be raffled off for runs at Moyie Springs mud bogs. Rex has a lot of time and money invested in this rig. Raffle tickets costed $1 each. All the proceeds went to the Shriners- "Big kids helping little kids." This fall $480 was raised with the Shriner truck...it could have been more but Wild Thang won the raffle....and she toasted the Shriner truck tranny! Overall, the Shriner truck made more passes through the pits than any other truck there.

  • Oct 9th and 10th, * Monster Truck and Mud Bog at Clatsop County Fair & Expo www.clatsopfairgrounds.com in Astoria, OR o Registration starts around 4:00pm o Show starts at 7:30pm in the Indoor Arena o The only other info we have is a phone number: 360.642.2368

  • Oct 3rd, Lacrosse Mud Bog III - Trophy race (no cash prizes) Sat, Oct 3 2009 Registration starts at 9:00 am (or whenever you get there) Racing to start approx 11:00 am. Located two miles out of town (west of town) on Scott Road. Food and refreshments available on site. $25 entry (4 runs, average of best three is your time) Free onsite overnight dry camping (no fires). About 90 miles from Spokane, Walla Walla, Tri-Cities, Lewiston/Clarkston. Contact Ken Kelso (509) 844 2818 or kkelso@northwestshootersupply.com for more information or if you plan to camp

  • Sept 26th, was the last mud race of the year (as far as I know although I heard a rumor about the 17th of October) at BIG ALS! Complete rules at the Big Als website- click here to view them.
  • Sept 19th was the Tina Quinlivan Memorial Team Mud Bog Races at the Moses Lake sand dunes. Here is a copy and paste of event info:Tina Quinlivan Memorial Team Mud Bog Races. Where. Moses Lake Sand Dunes, North West end of the mud flats. Follow the Sand Scorpions event signs out the gravel road starting at the west entrance to the dunes. Westlake side entrance to red zone. Out to the mud flats where we have located several different mud holes. We divide the vehicles with winches from the ones without. The vehicles with the winches become the team leaders and draw their team members from a hat with all the other entries in it. Each team has 3 members and each team lines up at a different mud hole. All of the mud holes are joined together with a trail forming a race course. The object is to get your team through your mud hole, race down the trail to the next mud hole. The team that completes the whole course 1st wins. The Mud holes are wide enough to allow for passing if the team ahead of you is stuck in the pit. Normally you will have 5 or 6 pits to complete. Last year event was very tough. www.sandscorpion.net The following is a write up about the days events from Allan Lundberg:"The Team Mud Bog Races were fun, my team was myself in the Truck Blazer, Jacob in a Chevy shortbed with 39.5" boggers, a chopped down K5 with 1-tons and Boggers, a newer solid axle converted red Chevy on Boggers, a Jeep with a small block on Boggers and a green Chevy longbed from Sprague. We won and made it through all the mud holes first and just flew through them all. One mud hole we had a couple had to get pulled out of, and the Jeep broke a front hub and rear u-joint, but Jacob just pulled him through the very last mud hole to complete the course. The mud this year wasn't as deep as last year's I heard. Last year it was so bad that no one made it through, so this year I think they were trying to make sure it wasn't so bad. Since the Truck Blazer is a pain to steer, I also took the Stepside out to play around with afterwards. They also had the Austrailian Pursuit Races where you race around and chase each other and pass someone to knock them out of the race. I just watched but afterwards took the stepside around the course a few times. It was fun with miles and miles of mud and places to go to. Theres so much mud there you could stay busy for days and never hit the same hole twice. Special thanks to the Sand Scorpions, to Larry for towing out the Truck Blazer, and to the brothers Daniel, Jacob and Zane who wheeled with us all day and showed us around, as well as Brent with a '72 K5 and thanks to Alfredo and Andrea for letting us stay Saturday night!"

  • Sept 19th and 20th * Saturday only: CRMRA Mud Drags and Mud Bog at Barlow Point Raceway in Longview, WA * NWSCA (NorthWest Sand Competition Association) www.nwsandcompetition.com Sand Drags at Barlow Point Raceway in Longview, WA

  • Sept 12th was the Sprague Mud Bogs put on by the Sprague, Wa. Fire Dept. The following is a write up about the days events from Allan Lundberg:"Well, of our groups we didnt fare too well this year. They did bring back the Street and Trail class at least. And split up the modified and x-class. Modified and street and trail were both pretty big classes, as well as stock. X-class only had 3 rigs in it. Congrats to Jessica Jack who got the fastest time of the day. Unfortunately due to some issues and a DQ, she only placed 2nd in X-class. The red S-10 (GMC Sonoma) with a 383 on 39.5" Boggers won 1st. And Kevin Zufall with the big yellow '57 Chevy got 3rd. In Modified class, Chris Schue won 1st place, another person named Alan won 2nd place (I think it was the blue V8 Powered Toyota on cut 38.5" Boggers), and I won 3rd place in the Stepside. I wasnt running too great. Seemed like my runs werent fast and even though I was running Boggers and locked front and rear it didnt launch like it normally does. Off the line on my 1st 3 runs it seemed like I sat there for an eternity, spinning tires but Slooooowly moving forward till it hooked up and took off, but still didnt seem impressive to me. Yet there was nothing wrong with the truck. I was surprised I managed a 3rd place based on how I felt my passes were. Mike was running my camo Blazer in Modified but it broke the 35 spline outer and inner Dana 60 passenger side shafts at the u-joint on it's first run. Buckwheat ran his Dodge. Joe Miller ran his Blue Chevy longbed. Mike Hefling ran the Chevy Luv, Brian Bently brought his yellow Jeep but I think he was having transmission problems? Dan Casper also was running his Dodge. In Street and Trail, the local blue nose clip Ford with an orange Bed won 1st, and I can't remember 2nd and 3rd. Jim was running my 37" Boggers, Keith was running a $400ish truck he got at an auction and it did good. Shannon ran her blue Chevy but sort of got stuck with some pretty low tread tires. Chris Black and John (JFK) were running Chris's Blazer. In Stock I cant remember who won. Buddy Lee and Tim went out and were running a rather stock 318 powered Dodge shortbed. Lori ran a guy named Rex's Ford Diesel. Brad Cragun decided to take his newer Dodge Cummins with his camper through the pit at the end. But didnt quite make it. Was good seeing others out there again, and some out at Sprague for the 1st time. The Buchanons with a big block powered Blazer and a Big Block Chevy powered Kaiser Jeep truck. Rob with his green Jeep. Dennis Durst with his 4-door Chevy shortbed. Cory with his green Ford. And everyone else. Thanks to Clay Wilken and the rest of the Sprague Fire Dept and volunteers for putting it on. Thanks to Shawna and Vince for letting some of our group crash at the house. Larry for towing out Buckwheats truck since my stepside drop hitch didnt drop enough for me to tow it, and thanks to Freddy Z for letting us use his trailer. And thanks to our other fans and the kids who were out there or were pit crew and tow people or just with us; Irene, Karlee and Kirk, Larry, Johnathan, Missy, Saydee, Kaya, Austin, Brooke, DJ, Shannon, Rochelle, Mike, BJ, Wild Thang, and everyone."

  • Sept 12th the Eureka Dune Runners did a playday. They are located at 2579 Airport Road in Eureka. Info from last year as follows: Admission is $10.00 FOR ADULTS $5.00 for kids ages 6-10 and kids 5 and under are free and that includes your meal. Questions? Call Steve at 406-889-5360 or Dave at 406-889-3010

  • Sept 4th and 5th was supposed to be "THUNDER IN THE SUN" Mud Bogs in Lake Chelan WA Labor Day Weekend. But now their website is no longer existent and word I am hearing is it is no longer going to happen. I will post updates otherwise if I hear differently. Demo derby, car jump, car show, bike show, daredevil act, music and more. The bogs are part of their event that includes everything on from the main page of their website. Entry fee last year was an additional $10 above event ticket price per vehicle. $20 pre purchased $25 at the gate got anyone in the entire weekend and all its shows, music, and events. This price also includes camping. DON'T visit their site- it's expired! www.titsrally.com

  • Aug 29th was the next mud race at BIG ALS! Tech-in from 1pm-3:30. Racing starts @ 4pm. Entry fees: driver is $40 includes 1 spotter for free. General admission is $5 per person and pit passes are $20. The address is 6361 W Seltice Way, Stateline ID 83854

  • Aug 29th nd 30th * Saturday only: CRMRA Mud Drags and Mud Bog at Barlow Point Raceway in Longview, WA * NWSCA (NorthWest Sand Competition Association) www.nwsandcompetition.com Sand Drags at Barlow Point Raceway in Longview, WA

  • Aug 22nd was the FINALE mud race at the BOGS FOR DOGS! Put on by the Spokane Humane Society- held on site at Francis and Havana street just before Francis turns into Bigelow Gulch. Tech in is from 8am to 10am and racing starts at 11:00am. $40 entry fee that includes 1 pit pass- proceeds go towards fund raising for the animal shelter. A little bit of money can go a long way towards feeding a lot of hungry animals!

  • Aug 15th was the Orient mud bogs. Words from Sam: "Orient was a blast! There were about 20 local trucks turn out. Anything from a moyia-esk frame with wheels and a straight six ! All the way up to my rail. They paid out different this year, pay 10 to play or 20 and the fastest truck (or jeep) gets the pot! Well I thought it was a good idea! Deep mud big jump at the end and some insane spectators made it a must return race."

  • Aug 15th * Saturday only: CRMRA Mud Drags and Mud Bog at Barlow Point Raceway in Longview, WA * NWSCA (NorthWest Sand Competition Association) www.nwsandcompetition.com Sand Drags at Barlow Point Raceway in Longview, WA

  • Aug 8th was the Troy mud bogs. Tech in from 7 am until 11am race starts at noonish. $5.00 per person. $20.00 per racer per class. It is held in the park right by the river.

  • Aug 1st "Git'r done mud bog race" Othello Rodeo Association aug 1st. Sign in 8 to 11 and racing starts at 12 noon. Contacts are Rick @ 509-750-5289 or Chuck @ 509-488-6254 Othello WA

  • Aug 1st Richard Bates and Carlee Russell tied the knot at Pappy and Mammy's house in Priest River. What a party!

  • July 25th was the BOGS FOR DOGS! mud races put on by the Spokane Humane Society held on site at Francis and Havana street just before Francis turns into Bigelow Gulch. Tech in is from 8am to 10am and racing starts at 11:00am. $40 entry fee that includes 1 pit pass- proceeds go towards fund raising for the animal shelter. A little bit of money can go a long way towards feeding a lot of hungry animals!

  • July 18th was a mud race at BIG ALS! Got a sudden day off that was unexpected so I brought Herbie out to play. I did absolutely HORRIBLE! I ran ok my first run, poorly my second run and every run after that just got worse. Did not win a single run! On the brighter side, fellow mud bogger Fairfax did an excellent job on the pits and they were extremely even. Did not hear a single person all night say that the other guy got the faster lane. It has been a long time since I have seen pits this evenly matched up. Good job!

  • JULY 18th was a Montana mud bog listing brought to you by Jen Draband of Eureka Dune Runners Bozeman mud bog

  • July 11th was a Montana mud bog listing brought to you by Jen Draband of Eureka Dune Runners Dutton mud run

  • June 27th and 28th, was a Montana mud bog listing brought to you by Jen Draband of Eureka Dune Runners Billings Motorsports top truck?

  • June 27th, was the next mud race at BIG ALS! Tech-in from 1pm-3:30. Racing starts @ 4pm. Entry fees: driver is $40 includes 1 spotter for free. General admission is $5 per person and pit passes are $20. The address is 6361 W Seltice Way, Stateline ID 83854

  • June 20th was the BOGS FOR DOGS! mud races put on by the Spokane Humane Society held on site at Francis and Havana street just before Francis turns into Bigelow Gulch. $40 entry fee that includes 1 pit pass- proceeds go towards fund raising for the animal shelter. A little bit of money can go a long way towards feeding a lot of hungry animals!

  • June 20th & 21st, * Saturday only: CRMRA Mud Drags and Mud Bog at Barlow Point Raceway in Longview, WA * NWSCA (NorthWest Sand Competition Association) www.nwsandcompetition.com Sand Drags at Barlow Point Raceway in Longview, WA. (Affiliated withwww.columbiarivermud.org)

  • SATURDAY, June 21st, the Eureka Dune Runners are doing a Demolition Derby. They are located at 2579 Airport Road in Eureka. Info from last year as follows: Admission is $10.00 FOR ADULTS $5.00 for kids ages 6-10 and kids 5 and under are free. Questions? Call Steve at 406-889-5360 or Dave at 406-889-3010


  • July 2009

  • June 13th and 14th was a Montana mud bog listing brought to you by Jen Draband of Eureka Dune Runners Conrad sand and mud

  • June 6th, was the 10th Annual Rotary Club Mud Drag Competition www.sheridanmuddrags.com in Sheridan, OR * Contact Jeff Ashlock for more information. (503) 917-5162

  • May 30th, was a Montana mud bog listing brought to you by Jen Draband of Eureka Dune Runners Glasgow mud drags & bog

  • May 30th, was BIG ALS! Tech-in from 1pm-3:30. Racing starts @ 4pm. Entry fees: driver is $40 includes 1 spotter for free. General admission is $5 per person and pit passes are $20. The address is 6361 W Seltice Way, Stateline ID 83854

  • May 8th 9th and 10th was Mothers Day weekend and MOYIE SPRINGS Mud Bog Inc. annual springtime mud bog.

  • May 2nd was the first BOGS FOR DOGS! mud races put on by the Spokane Humane Society held on site at Francis and Havana street just before Francis turns into Bigelow Gulch. $40 entry fee that includes 1 pit pass- proceeds go towards fund raising for the animal shelter. A little bit of money can go a long way towards feeding a lot of hungry animals!

  • Apr 25th the BOGS FOR DOGS! people did a free playday and pre-event tech-in at the Spokane Humane Society. Held on site at Francis and Havana street just before Francis turns into Bigelow Gulch. It was free to show up and play- just bring a bag of clay kitty litter to donate to the facility. All day event- 8am to 6pm.

  • Apr 25th and 26th, the Eureka Dune Runners did the Rendezvous sand & mud. They are located at 2579 Airport Road in Eureka. Info from last year as follows: Admission is $10.00 FOR ADULTS $5.00 for kids ages 6-10 and kids 5 and under are free. Questions? Call Steve at 406-889-5360 or Dave at 406-889-3010

  • Apr 18th, was the date for the season opening race of BIG ALS! Tech-in from 1pm-3:30. Racing starts @ 4pm. Entry fees: driver is $40 includes 1 spotter for free. General admission is $5 per person and pit passes are $20. The address is 6361 w Seltice Way, Stateline ID 83854

  • Apr 4th, the Eureka Dune Runners did sand and mud. Started at 1:00pm. They are located at 2579 Airport Road in Eureka. Info from last year as follows: Admission is $10.00 FOR ADULTS $5.00 for kids ages 6-10 and kids 5 and under are free. Questions? Call Steve at 406-889-5360 or Dave at 406-889-3010

  • Mar. 14th and 15th was the annual "2nd weekend in March 7-Mile run." No appointments, meetings, fees, etc... just showed up, went wheeling with everyone else who showed up and had fun! Annual tradition organized by Mountain Explorers.

  • Jan 17th, was the POKER RUN! Here is something that Sam wrote up to describe the day: "It was a blast to say the least. We didn't have a huge turnout but it was probably for the best. Allan brought his 42 " tired stepside(thanks for pulling everyone out Allan), I drove Marvins purple chev. Randy and his son Kynyon drove their dually shop truck, Dustin brought a fourwheeler of his boss's with Tracks, Dick brought out his new fourwheeler to try it out , Duane and his sons in his Sammy, and pulling up the rear as usual was Tim with his wagoneer. We trecked up the county road to where we usually begin and that's where the fun started! Allen started by showing us how it was done by blasting threw the berm and cruising right up the mountain..... until we called him back! Next was me with "Barney with attitude". I made it about 200 ft then backed out to chain up. While I was getting chained up(thanks Marv. and Tim) the rest of the crew gave the snow a try. Basicly Dustins tracked four wheeler just rode on top, Dick's fought for everything it had but at least moved and the Sammy floated through pretty good too and as for the rest....stuck like chuck! So after getting the chains on Marvin and I gave it a shot. I hate drivin this truck.......A LOT and I have never had to work it so hard. After about 200 yards spit out a front driveline....chains on 35's just too much. So we decided to take the shortcut back down the mountain. Yeh right...we weren't going to take my rig so we all piled into Tim's chained wagoneer only to get stuck behind Randys buried dually. To his benefit he tried valiantly to get unstuck and/or out of the way but the rest of the crew ended up back at my place and back up to where we were stuck before he could get out! The whole run ran about 9 hrs and probably 10 miles! Yeh it was hard. I will always do this run. No matter how hard, how deep, how many people come or who comes. We love our area and enjoy the camraderie that comes with difficult wheeling. Thanks to all that attended and helped make it possible. Allan Lundberg (Mountain Explorers) Randy Beardsly (Lakeway Tire) and last but not least: My Wife Becky (Thomas Family Racing!) C-ya next year! Sam Thomas

  • Jan 4th, was the 7 Mile ORV Park Hangover Run coordinated by Mountain Explorers and Operation Sunday. Here is something that Allan wrote up to describe the day: "Matty and Little Leesa were already at the Park. For once, I was ready on time and had the Stepside ready to go. We also were going to take the plow truck with as well, in case the 7-Mile Parking lot needed plowed again. I was waiting for Lori and the Kids, Shawna, Vince, and Russ to get to my house. Russ was going to drive the plow truck. I had the plow ready to go warmed up and waiting when they got there. As soon as we went to leave, the plow quit working. So we left the plow truck behind and Russ drove his Scout instead. Driving the Stepside on Boggers with lockers on ice was interesting on the roads out there. We got there and the parking ot was locked. The entry way was half filled with parked and stuck vehicles. People there included John Fulton, Wayne Hartwig, Mike, Mark, Les, Jimmy, Chad H., Mark Young, Jesse Young, Rochelle, Kelly Sego, and a handful of others including us that showed up and Matty and Heidi and the girls, and Little Leesa. I was immediately informed by, about everyone, that everyone was getting stuck. Matty had been stuck already in his stockish K5, Wayne H. had been stuck, John Fulton had been stuck and nearly everyone else. Russ got stuck trying to pull to the side of the entryway. I went ahead and decided to see how far I could get. I started trying to blaze a new trail to the south. I had to just keep going back and forth only making an extra 5-10 feet each time. It was fairly heavy snow but not anything that was easily packed down and driven on. If you weighed anything, you sunk. Crawling was no possibility for me. But I tried medium throttle and kept going back and forth. Finally got so far and no one was really behind me so I started to go back. Rochelle had followed a ways in her truck but was stuck, and Jimmy in a ramcharger was helping pull her out. Jeremiah showed up also, and once the parking lot was open and the traffic jam by the gate was cleared, those rigs which didn't give up and leave, started to venture out with little air pressure in tires (except me at full air pressure). Most of the lighter rigs went down over the hill to the west. I saw John F. to the south so followed him for a bit. He, Jeremiah and I then came back to the main top area and Jeremiah and I dropped down the hill. Down below, and where the sun had been hitting the snow, the lighter trucks had started to stay on top and packed down the snow. I was thinking now I can gear down and crawl and try and stay on top. Nope. Even low range low gear and no throttle, with every 1/10th turn of the bogger they just dug in, causing my axles to high center on the half packed snow everyone else was staying on to of packing down. I still didnt get stuck but wasnt going anywhere fast. Then I started to overheat, which we found my clutch fan was shot and not pulling air through the radiator. So I had to stop and let it cool down several times. I decided to head back up the hill. Jeremiah went up the way we came, but his motor was cutting out and backfiring running bad. Mark Young helped winch him up the rest of the way. Then I tried... 1st crawling, then medium throttle, then near full throttle, and wasn't getting very far. But it started to tear up the hill and make it rough, so I pulled to the side and let the other Mark go up. he made it further, but Mark Young helped winch him up the rest of the way. Then Kelly Sego tried and made it about 3/4 of the way up before being winched. During this time I was trying to blaze a new trail in untouched snow up another hill no one had been up. I was making it further up the new hill than I was on the hill others were going up. But I had to keep letting the motor cool off. Finally decided to just try the main hill again. Kept trying determined to make it till my fan cut my alternator belt off in turn throwing my PS belt. Jeremiah had a spare, put the belts on, tried one last time and John F. winched me up the rest of the way. We were then done for the day and I drove home trying to save my radiator (which in turn was demolished a few days later when I went to move the truck at home just before I was to replace the fan). Mike (rangermike) with the Suzuki Samurai buggy probably did the best as for getting around, as well as the black Toyota on Iroks, Marks Toyota/buggy, and Mark Young's Blazer did good too. So did the two Landcruisers that were there from Idaho. The consensus of the day: The snow was deep and it was a Stuckfest"

    PAST EVENTS 2008

  • Nov 23rd was the 7 Mile ORV Park appreciation run.

    7 Mile ORV park will be staying OPEN this winter, with the exception of being closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Thanks to all those who showed support for this including Jeff Williams, Allan Lundberg, John Fulton, Paul Y. and anyone else who has contributed to this. Also thanks to the "powers that be" for listening to our concerns.
  • Oct 18th was Big Al's final race of the season. Pretty good turn out, pretty even lanes, pretty good time! Sunday was their playday and about 8 rigs or so showed up for that and tossed mud towards the sky for about 8 hours!

  • Oct 11th was the next Mud Bog for Dogs put on by the Spokane Humane Society. Proceeds went towards fund raising for the animal shelter. Videos online: click here for Allan Lundbergs video and click here for Mike Poindexters video

  • The weekend of Oct 4th &5th was the fall Moyie Mud Bogs! This was the mud bog for drivers...although partying did happen! Great weekend and photos will be online soon. Kind of a small crowd... we need to make up for that next spring so Bruce's wallet can recover!

  • Oct 4th was Big Al's again doing side by side mud races at Stateline Idaho. $40 entry fee which includes one pit pass. Tech in is from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and racing starts around 3:30 or 4:00pm

  • Sept 27th was the Mud Bog for Dogs put on by the Spokane Humane Society. It was held on site at Francis and Havana street. $40 entry fee that includes 1 pit pass, proceeds go towards fund raising for the shelter. Tech in 9:00am to noon, racing starts at 1:00pm.

  • Sept 20th was Big Al's doing side by side mud races at Stateline Idaho. Allan's experience and words: "It was a good night for me, I won $70 and 1st place in Modified class but it was also nothing to brag about cause there was only two other entries in Modified, and one vehicle (Both father and Son Wilcox in the grey Toyota). Jack Laude blew his motor (rod through oil pan). Jessica Jack and Jim Smith were running good! And fast, but there was a rig from ?? that Id never seen before really lightweight with a big block Ford motor that blew everyone away in Open class. He got 1st, I think Jim Smith was 2nd and Jessica was 3rd I think. In Super Modified, I can't remember the placings but I know that Brad Cassell was running good and fast and so was Steve Murfin's S-10 Blazer driven by his 16 year old son Joey Murfin. He drives just like his Dad! James Smith Jr was also running good in the Luv, but again I cant remember who placed what. But I'm happy cause I washed off the Stepside, it drove home just as nice as can be on the road (besides the typical rock between wheel/caliper noises) and it still has good oil pressure. Maybe I should stop mud racing it now and keep it for trail duty till I get some more trucks of "the Fleet" up and going!"

  • Sept 20 &21 were Mud Drags in Dundurn Saskatchewan. Tech in 10:00am, gates open at 11:00am. $5000 in prize money, $1000 goes to the fastest pass. For more info call 306-281-5248. Click here to see the flier.

  • Sept 20th BARLOW POINT RACEWAY AKA Columbiarivermud.org did races in Longview, WA. Go to their website for more info on fees, classes, etc. For more information contact Craig Sines at (503) 886-4146 or email. UPDATE 1:Their website has changed to www.columbiarivermud.org and there is now a MySpace link of www.myspace.com/crmra. UPDATE 2: Due to circumstances beyond control, all Barlow Point Raceway races will be Saturday only for the 2008 season.

  • Sept 13th was the Mud Bog for Dogs put on by the Spokane Humane Society. It was held on site at Francis and Havana street. $40 entry fee that included 1 pit pass, proceeds went towards fund raising for the shelter. Tech in 9:00am to noon, racing started at 1:00pm.
    Karen's words: The dog pound race was a blast! The pits were pretty equal and not rocky at all. Jim Smith beat us all, Sam was second and we were 3rd in open class. We just needed more zip! There was a new grave digger look alike on the scene called The Punisher, that was said to have 1100 hp and was blown alcohol but it was still in the fine tuning stage and didn't get a full pass- it was cutting out for some reason. Chris was there with his blue Ford and it ran really well with a 15 year old in the driver seat. Amanda tipped over her Pick & Pull truck in the pit- she got up on the wall and couldn't quite save it. There was the black & orange blazer that did really great in the Super mod class. There was some great racing in the smaller classes as well- Byron did great too! There was an awesome turn out! Lots of racers and spectators! The pay-outs were good too along with some nice trophies.

  • Sept 13th Eureka Dune Runners had their annual Mud Bog, Sand Drag, Pig Roast Saturday. It is at 2579 Airport Road in Eureka. Gate opens at 10am. Admission is $10.00 FOR ADULTS $5.00 for kids ages 6-10 and kids 5 and under are free and that includes your meal. Questions? Call Steve at 406-889-5360 or Dave at 406-889-3010

  • Sept 13th was the Sprague Mud Bogs. $20 per driver and vehicle, 5 classes, 4 and 6, stock V8, Street and Trail, Modified and X-class, with 1-3 place trophies based on the average time of your best two times out of 4 runs. Starts with 4 and 6 and goes up to X, and then everyone switches lanes and goes again till everyone has 4 runs. Tech in usually is between 8am and 9, and they usually are good about starting fairly early around 10am. Spectators I "think" are 5 bucks. With the 20 for racing you get 1 pit person. Theres also sometimes a fastest time of the day trophy overall. (Allan and I will compete to see which one of us doesn't get this one by the largest margin)

  • Sept 6th was Benton City mud bog. Gates open at 7am for sign in mud bog starts at 12pm. $30 entry fee. Prizes dependent upon entries and pays back all but 10% to winners. Location is Horn Rd sr225 and Karen St. Questions call 509-521-9333

  • Sept 6th was Big Al's side by side mud races at Stateline Idaho. $40 entry fee which includes one pit pass. Tech in is from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and racing starts around 3:30 or 4:00pm. If $$$ works out "Herbie on Steroids" might be going out to play with the boys at Big Al's.

  • August 30, 31, Sept 1st was "THUNDER IN THE SUN" Mud Bogs in Lake Chelan WA Labor Day Weekend. Payout for modified class was $500! Also demo derby, car jump, car show, bike show, daredevil act, 3 days of music including Bad Company. The bogs were part of their event that includes everything on from the main page of their website. Entry fee was an additional $10 above event ticket price per vehicle. $20 pre purchased $25 at the gate got anyone in the entire weekend and all its shows, music, and events. This price also includes camping. DON'T visit their site- it's expired! www.titsrally.com

  • August 23rd was Big Al's again doing side by side mud races at Stateline Idaho. $40 entry fee which includes one pit pass. Tech in is from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and racing starts around 3:30 or 4:00pm

  • August 23rd BARLOW POINT RACEWAY AKA Columbiarivermud.org held races in Longview, WA. Go to their website for more info on fees, classes, etc. For more information contact Craig Sines at (503) 886-4146 or email. UPDATE 1:Their website has changed to www.columbiarivermud.org and there is now a MySpace link of www.myspace.com/crmra. UPDATE 2: Due to circumstances beyond control, all Barlow Point Raceway races will be Saturday only for the 2008 season.

  • August 16rd was the Othello mud bog. Sign in @8to 11am. $30 entry fee Race is at the Othello rodeo grounds. Contact number is 509-750-5289

  • August 9th, Sam Thomas organized a mud race in Orient WA. Single lane 120 foot long deep deep DEEP pit that was only traversed on the first wave of trucks by Jack Laude... who also whooped everyone else and took first place. Only about 11 trucks showed up...but it was all good as everyone who showed up knew everyone else and it was a fun friendly thing. Thanks to all for going including Jack Laude, his son Tim, Keith Brown, Allan Lundberg, Richard and Carlee, Dustin, Leon and Carrie Russel, Marvin and his wife, Byron, and I think I left a name or two out who I am pulling a momentary lapse of memory on. (imagine that) Oh yeah, I showed with "Herbie on Steroids" as well. Not a single truck showed up for 4&6, stock V8 or street&trail. We had two trucks with 3 drivers for hot street, so Sam at the last minute decided to break up the modified class into two random categories... small block and big block... so that he could give out 6 trophies to us all instead of 3. I thought that was pretty cool! Thanks again Sam for a really fun event... pound for pound I think I had as much fun as I do at Moyie!

  • August 9th there was a mud bog in Troy MT. Tech-in from 7:00-11:00 and racing started at noon. They had pay-outs this year per class. It was side by side with a staging tree.

  • August 9th Big Al's did side by side mud races at Stateline Idaho. $40 entry fee which includes one pit pass. Tech in is from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and racing starts around 3:30 or 4:00pm

  • August 2nd, BARLOW POINT RACEWAY did races in Longview, WA. Go to their website for more info on fees, classes, etc. For more information contact Craig Sines at (503) 886-4146 or email. UPDATE: Due to circumstances beyond control, all Barlow Point Raceway races will be Saturday only for the 2008 season.

  • July 26th, was Downriver Days in Ione WA hosted by Mountain Explorers. Matty's steering broke on the way there which resulted in him rolling down a nasty hill with 8 people total on board. 6 went to the hospital for minor injuries, no one seriously hurt. Buddy Lee's son stayed in the hospital overnight for observation and was out riding his bicycle the very next day.

  • July 26th was Big Al's side by side mud races at Stateline Idaho. $40 entry fee which includes one pit pass. Tech in from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and racing starts around 3:30 or 4:00pm

  • July 12th was Big Al's side by side mud races at Stateline Idaho. $40 entry fee which includes one pit pass. Tech in from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and racing starts around 3:30 or 4:00pm

  • July 12th BARLOW POINT RACEWAY had races in Longview, WA. Go to their website for more info on fees, classes, etc. For more information contact Craig Sines at (503) 886-4146 or email. UPDATE: Due to circumstances beyond control, all Barlow Point Raceway races will be Saturday only for the 2008 season.

  • June 21st was the Just Internationals "Binder Bash 2008" at the Clayton fairgrounds. Click here to see the flier.

  • June 28th Big Al's did it again... side by side mud races at Stateline Idaho. $40 entry fee which includes one pit pass. Tech in is from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and racing starts around 3:30 or 4:00pm

  • June 15th, Eureka Dune Runners did a demolition derby at Armstrongs Mud Bog and Sand Drag Arena on Airport Road

  • June 14th & 15th BARLOW POINT RACEWAY did races in Longview, WA. Go to their website for more info on fees, classes, etc. For more information contact Craig Sines at (503) 886-4146 or email. UPDATE: Due to circumstances beyond control, all Barlow Point Raceway races will be Saturday only for the 2008 season.

  • June 14th, was Big Al's again doing side by side mud races at Stateline Idaho. $40 entry fee which includes one pit pass. Tech in is from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and racing starts around 3:30 or 4:00pm

  • June 13th, there was an event at the grant county fairgrounds. They will be had 4x4,4x2 vehicle dirt drags and a ton of class' for 4-wheelers. They will also had the extreme team moto-x stunt riders and the kick ass guys from High Ridas extreme stunt rider team.

  • May 31, is Big Al's again doing side by side mud races at Stateline Idaho. $40 entry fee which includes one pit pass. Tech in is from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and racing starts around 3:30 or 4:00pm

  • May 17 was the Benton City mud bog race & demolition derby. $30 entry fee 90% pay back on prizes. Gates open @ 7am bog starts at 10am any questions call 509-521-9333 or 509-588-6350. Directions: just follow main street through Benton City- can't miss it so I have been told. Thanks to Randy Mack for this info!

  • May 17 was Big Al's again doing side by side mud races at Stateline Idaho

  • Mothers Day weekend (May 9, 10, 11) was MOYIE SPRINGS mud bogs. Very good turn out, lots of rigs, lots of mud and lots of fun. Thanks again Bruce!

  • May 3rd was Big Al's side by side mud races at Stateline Idaho

  • April 26th was Eureka Dune Runners sand drags at Armstrongs Mud Bog and Sand Drags Arena.

  • April 27th was Eureka Dune Runners the "Rendezvous Mud Bog" at Armstrongs Mud Bog and Sand Drag Arena on Airport Road

  • April 18-20 was Mud Days 2008 in Ione put on by Allan Lundberg of Mountain Explorers.

  • April 19th was the second mud race of the year at Big Al's.

  • April 12th was Cabin Fever Run, Pinehurst, Idaho. For info click here

  • April 5th was the first mud race of the year at Big Al's.

  • April 5th Eureka Dune Runners did their first mud race of the year. The "Test and tune, get off the couch race"

  • March 22nd was Benton City!

  • March 15th and 16th was Mountain Explorers Annual 4x4 Play Weekend at 7-Mile ORV Park

  • March 1st and 2nd Allan Lundberg of Mountain Explorers put on "Snow Days 2" in Ione. For directions, click here Take a moment and peek here by clicking this link.

  • March 8th @ 4:00 pm was the official Drivers Meeting for 2008 at Big Al's. All are welcome to attend and give input.

  • February 23rd and 24th was Allan's "Snow Days 1" run. This day was casual and we spent more time getting rigs unstuck than anything else. Allan was late and called just about everyone to let them know... except Orville. Orville was there a day before anyone else showed up! Orville and I played in our wimpy trucks and John and Allan played with Allan's big toys. Took some video but haven't seen it yet. Will post if I find anything worth posting on the tape! Click these links to see a few photos: Budget Suburban stuck Orville stuck break time Allan's trucks stuck 1 Allan's trucks stuck 2 Quad stuck Mudallica Dodge D-50 Orville Mudallica Dodge D-50

  • January 1 there were a bunch of 4x4'ers out playing doing a hangover run. The drivers seemed to be in better shape than the rigs- more than few rigs left via tow strap. Buddy Lee's insanely heavy was more than a match for Allan's insanely heavy Suburban. In all at at least one point or another he had hooked to him: Allan's Suburban, Ozz's 4Runner, Shawn's Toyota, Allan's Toyota FJ65 Landcruiser, a full size Bronco, John F.'s yellow Blazer, and some assistnace from a Jeep with a winch. Buddy was not the first to be pulled out of there either!


  • PAST EVENTS 2007

  • Dec 31 was the New Years Eve mud/snow bog and party at Moyie Springs! I have not heard yet who went; only talked to Mud Nazi who said none of their Sandpoint group were able to go.

  • Dec 15th was Sam's Poker Run in Colville, WA. Here is a quote from Sam himself describing the day's events: "So starting out I decided to have one to many the night before the poker run. Not a big deal I'm sure no one will get there on time anyway! WRONG! Dwayne and Alex show up at 7:30....a.m.! They braved the horrible roads all the way from Sandpoint Idaho so they left early and well got here early. No big deal , if everyone else follows suit we'll be in good shape! Yeah right! The next rig shows up at 9 a.m. .....the departure time! Finally the last person mosey's on in (mmm Allen) and to boot has to change his oil,fix a starter and chain his axle back to the leaf springs. At least he made it here and back home safe. So we head out on the trail at noon (3 hrs late)! Shouldn't be an issue though cause the snow fall accumulation for the week's prior were pretty light.The first 3-4 miles were fairly easy and then the grade got increasingly more difficult ,did I mention that I decided to do the run reverse of our normal route because it was harder? It worked ,Allen with his 40 " ground hawgs and Marvin with his 35 " toyo's both locked up had some difficulties but Shay with his bronco had some terminal issues early on and had to turn back around. After more airing down everyone made it with no more problems and we pulled a card. Dwayne and Alex in their Buick v-6 samurai did the best of all the rigs there. Light weight decent power to weight 36" irocks did the trick. All the folks found their groove in some of the play areas with only a couple high centers and minor breakage (charging system problems in Buddy lee's blazer). During the play stops the kids that accompanied their parents found a few sledding hills to terrorize!Oh yeh we pulled another card.When we finally got to the lake every one pulled out their tailgate barbecue's for a quick bite to eat before the decent back down, don't forget to pull that card. Upon heading down we did some more play area shinanagins and pulled yet another card. All arriving home safely we pull our last card to find that indeed the early bird does get the worm Dwayne win's the $60 poker run pot,I did some figuring and Marvin ends up winning the snow depth Grab bag.Congratulations to all. Now the fun continues. The kids find my sons small sledding hill,my son pulls out his four wheeler to give some rides and Marvin unleashes his son on his snowmobile while the adults got treated to my wife's homade chilli and cornbread . Then we all reside to the backyard for the bonfire which we got going in the four wheeler way.....gasoline and pallets! So with some adult beverages and some music we all relaxed and reminisced about the days activities. To see pics and participants of this years run check out my site: www.thomasfamilyracing.50megs.com -Sam"

  • Nov 24th and 25th Allan from Mountain Explorers hosted a playday at his property in Ione. Click here to see photos taken by Bill Stock, navigator of the black Cherokee and Webmaster of WA Mudbugs. The turn out was rather small but the people who showed had a really good time. Those who made it were Matt and Heidi with a VW Rabbit truck on with a 454 and 40" Swampers; John who helped Allan rebuild the orange Blazer, Richard and Carlee, Keith and Jen with a tiny cool ass Toyota, Bill Stock with his 10 year old son in a lifted Cherokee, Dustin with hie S-10 on 42's, Orville from Canada with a stock F-150 that did really sell, a couple guys from Colville whose names I forgot in a lifter Toyota with 35's, Allan of course, and myself with two Broncos. Probably a few names I forgot to mention too! We all had a good time and the midnight trail rides were a lot of fun.

  • Oct 27th & 28th was a the year end Mud Brothers mud races in Sandpoint! They had special group rates at the Super 8 Motel of $48.99 if you mentioned Mud Brother Racing...how cool is that? Lots of rigs showed up and lots of X-class rigs raced. Yeah, Sam Thomas took first place...again. Why not try something original like second place Sam???

  • Oct 13th was the final Big Al's mud bog. Click here to see Allan's page with a brief write up about places and photos. If the link isn't working copy and paste this link in your browser: http://www.allanstrucks.50megs.com/photo_33.html

  • Oct 5th, 6th and 7th was the autumn Moyie Springs mud bog. Lots of rigs, lots of mud and lots of fun- come back and check for a write up!

  • Sept 22 was a mud bog/ mud race at Big Al's at Stateline, Idaho.
    I was a no-show once again due to financial devastation... waiting for word of who went and how it went! Click here to view the Big Al's calendar.

  • Sept 14, 15, 16 was the Rock Crawl Playday at Broken Boulder Farm at Glendale, WA...part of the Maryhill Festival of Speed. $30 for Friday and Saturday, $20 for Sunday, $50 for all three days. Camping available on site, for more info call Rody or Mark Shilling: 509.773.3638 rody@gorge.net

  • Sept 8 was the Sprague Lake mud bogs. Allan uploaded the flier- click here to see it. Allan, Shawn and John from Mountain Explorers took Allan's parts truck out to play in the stock V8 class and John nabbed the third place spot and Allan himself grabbed first place. Buddy Lee showed up and took first place in Street and Trail class. Jimy also came with the Mountain Explorers with his 79 Chevy. Dan Casper showed up with his Dodge, but I don't know how well he did.

  • Sept 8 was Big Al's at Stateline, Idaho.
    Allan and the Mountain Explorers brought the parts truck they raced in Sprague earlier that day but it was starting to not do so hot. Shaun Wolter showed up in Chris Ozella's red V8 Toyota. Sam Thomas left the Elk benefit car show early to race at Big Al's and took first place in modified class with Ryan "Skeeter" in the 1950 Willy's pulling 2nd place. Buddy Lee also came straight from the Sprague races. Josh Elliot from Colville brought his K5. Jack Laude showed up but his trans-brake wasn't working right so he didn't run. Tim Laude (his son), in the black GMC Truck on Rockwells made it as well as Lisa Laude in a 350V8 Toyota Flatbed, Scott (Poor Boys) with the Orange Blazer with the 434 or something small block motor, Brad running as 2nd driver in the Blazer, Ryan "Skeeter" in the '50 Willys with Co-Driver Pat Arnold, Shelby Werner running a Chevy stepside that did really good, Carl Kent in a Jeep Renegade, The Big Al's sponsored RockCrawling Jeep ran in the mud Dennis Parkins, The Hook Family with William Hook running 4&6 and his dad announced as "Chuck Hook The Old Man in The old Faithful" (Black Chevy truck), The Dunham Family in a Suburban, a Chevy truck and a few rigs; someone in a dark green 427 powered Chevy truck that ran hard, Chris Shue? in his Blue Ford shortbed, Corey in a light blue Ford shortbed that smoked a lot, Dave Oglesbee in his Chevy Blazer, Chris Black in a Chevy Blazer, someone in a White Ford Shortbed, Brad Castle in an early bodystyle Chevy Blazer, Kevin?? in a red newer Ford Powerstroke Crew Cab, Eric Everhart?? in a Jeep Comanche (4&6)

  • Sept 8 was Eureka Dune Runners playday. Sand, mud, blind obstacle course and a pig roast. Josh Krebs, Jim and James Smith, and Justin Holmes went to this and had a great time. Said they would go again next year for sure!

  • Saturday, September 8 was a benefit "Mud truck / car show" for Jesse Jack, son of Mike and Jessica Jack that got in the quad accident a while back and has been in intensive care. Several people brought out their race rigs to show including Sam Thomas with his brand new paint job on his rail Jeep, "Getting in Trouble". They held a raffle with many cool prizes including some really nice helmets and many other items. I really hope they raised enough money to make a small dent in their kids' medical bills.

  • August 25 Big Al's at Stateline, Idaho.
    I heard a rumor that this was the last Big Al's of the year... take a look and see that that rumor was BS! Last one of the year is officially October 13th, 2007

  • Sunday, August 19 was Elk mud bog AKA Mud-a-Rama. Let's continue our support for young Jesse and hope he gets it back together soon!

  • August 11 was a mud bog/ mud race at Big Al's at Stateline, Idaho.
    Sign in is 3:00 to 4:00, racing starts at 5:00. Driver & truck fee is $15 plus mud bog fee is $15 to enter; making a total of $30. Rock and log crawl is $20 to enter, full course is $50. Pit pass is $20. Modified class 4-6-8 cylinder with 38" and bigger tires; Open class 4-6-8 cylinder with less than 38" tires. They will run a 4&6 class if enough little guys show to make a full class.

  • Saturday August 11 was the Troy Fire Department Mud Bog in Troy Montana.
    There will be side by side racing and classes of stock, comp, mod and X-class.
    Tech in is from 7am to 11am and racing starts at noon. Spectators can drink, but on the day of the races coolers are not allowed and beer must be purchased from the concession stands. Dogs on leashes OK and camping is welcome in the park.
    $20 entry fee to stock class with 80% payback plus trophies; $50 for X-class for details on X-Class payouts. to contact them or call at 406 295 9342. If the "Click Here" boxes won't work for you copy this email address: djwelch01@hotmail.com

  • August 4&5 was Elk mud bog AKA Mud-a-Rama. Click here to see the flier.
    Tech in is 10-12:00, $20 entry fee, $10 to bump up a class. Pit passes and spectator passes are $5. Racing starts at noon. Children 12 and under are free. Overnight camping is available. Go north on HWY 2 to Millers One Stop and turn right(Elk to HWY road). Go 4 or 5 miles to the big city of Elk. Right after you go over the bridge take the left right there on Bridges road. Follow that 4.1 miles to the very end where it tees. Turn left at the tee and it is right there...you can't miss it! If you need anything Backwoods store is about one block past where you turned onto Bridges road in Elk. Helmets are mandatory!
    !!!ATTENTION!!! For safety reason shorts will not be allowed to be worn in the pits for pit crew or racers. Please make sure to bring a pair of long pants... or if you have a really big heart bring extras to loan out to anyone who forgets!
    Mike and Jessica's son Jesse got hurt really bad just before the last mud bog they put on. I have heard that he has spent a lot of time in the ICU from head trauma. Jessica has barely left his bedside. Let's hope that JJ gets better so that Mike and Jessica can show up to their own mud bog!

  • August 4&5 was also Nakusp B.C. Aug 4-5 it's got a big payout, quality rigs, and a great place to race from what I hear.

  • August there was no Thunder Valley!

  • The 27th through the 30th was Ione's Downriver Days. Every year at about 10:00-10:30 am he gets all the muddy trucks together that show up to go through the parade at 11:00 Saturday morning. Sunday the 29th Hooper competed in the snowmobile watercross races. Allan has found an online town schedule of the events: http://www.povn.com/byway/towns/DownRiverDays.htm He has posted pics on his myspace page- not sure if it will work but try this link to see them: http://viewmorepics.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewPicture&friendID=37710784&albumId=751950

  • July 28 was a mud bog/ mud race at Big Al's at Stateline, Idaho.
    Sign in is 3:00 to 4:00, racing starts at 5:00. Driver & truck fee is $15 plus mud bog fee is $15 to enter; making a total of $30. Rock and log crawl is $20 to enter, full course is $50. Pit pass is $20. Modified class 4-6-8 cylinder with 38" and bigger tires; Open class 4-6-8 cylinder with less than 38" tires. They will run a 4&6 class if enough little guys show to make a full class.

  • July 21st was a mud race in Elk, WA. Tech in is 9-11:00AM, $20 entry fee, $10 to bump up a class. Pit passes and spectator passes are $5. Racing starts at noon. Children 12 and under are free. Overnight camping is available. Go north on HWY 2 to Millers One Stop and turn right(Elk to HWY road). Go 4 or 5 miles to the big city of Elk. Right after you go over the bridge take the left right there on Bridges road. Follow that 4.1 miles to the very end where it tees. Turn left at the tee and it is right there...you can't miss it! If you need anything Backwoods store is about one block past where you turned onto Bridges road in Elk. I have not heard if helmets are mandatory or not, but bring them along just in case.
    !!!ATTENTION!!! For safety reason shorts will not be allowed to be worn in the pits for pit crew or racers. Please make sure to bring a pair of long pants... or if you have a really big heart bring extras to loan out to anyone who forgets!
    Mike and Jessica's son JJ got hurt really bad just before the last mud bog they put on. I have heard that he has spent a lot of time in the ICU from head trauma. Jessica has barely left his bedside and Mike has only done just the bare minimum he can get away with at work. Let's hope that JJ gets better so that Mike and Jessica can show up to their own mud bog! Let's all wish JJ a quick & full recovery.

  • July 14 was another Big Al's race at Stateline, Idaho.

  • July 7th & 8th was another mud race in Elk, WA. The mud was deep and the trucks were tough. The big boys worked hard and the little guys got their distance taped. Saturday had a good turn out of the local Washington guys and Sunday the big boys from Sandpoint came out and showed us some stuff! Mike and Jessica had to leave and miss out on the fun- their kid got in a 4-wheeler wreck just before it started. Everyone wishes you and your son the best Mike and Jess. Your kid is tough and we all hope is he fine soon.

  • July 6th & 7th was also the Couer d'Alene mud drags at the fair grounds. Thanks Chris for the info!

  • June 30 was another Big Al's race at Stateline, Idaho.

  • June 16 & 17 was Elk Days in Elk WA. (NOT A MUD EVENT!!!)

  • June 23 & 24 was Mud-A-Rama! Backwoods Mud Racing put together a well organized mud bog and killer obstacle course at Dwayne and Cheryl Dodd's property in Elk, WA. Good turnout with a lot of the guys from Sandpoint, including the Mud Brother's racing team with Al Ramsey in his red Jeep, Blue Chevy truck on 44's, Hogwash racing with Lloyd in the "Hog" extended ranger, and a few others like a Suzuki Samurai with some big wide tires, and also the green race jeep, James and Jim Smith with the Chevy Luv, the Datsun, and Steve with the orange 1950's International truck. From the Wa. State side we had Sam and Becky and Colin with the rail, Marvin Anderson with his purple Chevy, Richard Bates with his Toyota, "Pappy" Leon and his wife running the red K5 Blazer (technically from Idaho- Priest River), Frank and Karen Newall in their Jeep, Brad running his '39 Chevy, and Scott from Poor Boy's Tire running their Toyota, Two International Scout's from the Just IH club, Mike Reynolds, Brian Reynolds, Chris Reynolds running a few mud rigs and the Bronco OB course Bronco, Mike Bader and his wife running a Suburban, Buckwheat running his '68 Dodge, Brian running his '86 GMC Jimmy, and Allan Lundberg running his '82 Stepside with 39.5" Boggers. And, Jessica Jack of course, running her rail. John Alexander ran the Silver Bullet in OB, the Reynolds kids, and a 2wd mini-truck. Pics from the event are on Allans website, "MountainExplorers4x4.com"

  • June 23 & 24 was also the Northwest Rock Crawling Championships at Yakima Speedway. http://www.yakimaspeedway.us/webs/3/default.asp. Thanks to Paul Y. for providing this data and link.

  • June 16 was Big Al's at Stateline, Idaho.
    Allan from Mountain Explorers beat the Mudallica Bronco with a one ton 292 straight six powered utility truck. OUCH! Richard Bates beat me two races later, and Shawn Wolter beat him to get the cash for 4&6 class. If you weren't there you should have been- the modified classes were awesome! So many fast rigs... Newells, Sam Thomas, Josh Krebs, Jim and Jim Smith, Chris Ozella, Buddy Lee, Allan Lundberg who also entered his Suburban with the 402, newbies the Werners, Jerry Walker, and many many other high powered big boys just put on one screaming show!

  • June 2nd & 3rd was a mud bog at Big Al's at Stateline, Idaho. Matt Huitt won 1st Place driving Freddy's K5 Blazer in Modified, Frank and Karen Newell took 2nd and 3rd in Modified in the Jeep. Richard Bates raced as well as Pappy with his new 35 Boggers; Jeff Hooper and his girlfriend Amber just watched because their tranny was toasted. Freddy took out his H2 Hummer and his K5. Freddy and Joe ran the H2 and Freddy and Matt ran the K5, with Matt winning the $100 1st place. Rochelle and daughter Shayla took out her '98 Dodge and ran stock class. Marc Emerson was there, Brad in the black '39 Chevy Pick n Pull rig, Poor Boys tire Scott and Amanda with Amanda running the silver Toyota, William Hook in a black Chevy and Chuck Hook in a 302 Bronco II, and a lot of others too.

  • May 19 &20th was a mud bog/ mud race at Big Al's at Stateline, Idaho.

  • May 11, 12, and 13th were the dates of Moyie Springs mud bog. What a BLAST! The unofficial word is there were about the same number of people as last year... which was about 7000 people. Pictures and video coming soon I hope! If you have any pictures you want to have posted on the Moyie 2007 page send 'em to me, or host the video clips on Google video and send me the links.

  • May 5th & 6th was the opening up for the first weekend of the year at Big Al's at Staeline Idaho. Should be every other weekend for the rest of the summer. Will post when I know for sure!

  • April 28 was another Ione playday at Allan's property. It had a good turn out with lots of people, rigs and pics. Click here for Allans pics from that day.

  • April 21 was "Mud Drags at Sandpoint" (Bonner County Fair Grounds) $30 truck and driver fees, $15 pit passes. 3 classes are Stock 4&6 cylinder, Modified up to 36 inch tires, Super Modified tire sizes over 37 inch. or visit their site here. Allan went and entered in Modified class and won a race against someone well known for winning... and then lost... I think he said to the Newells with their new blue paint and 427. I heard Richard Bates of MudSluts took second in 4&6

  • March 31 was the North Idaho Trail Blazers 2007 Cabin Fever Run. Allan went and said there were six trails to choose from that went from easy to insane. He said it was probably the most organized 4X4 event he has ever attended! Click for more info

  • March 31 was also mud bog with the EUEREKA DUNE RUNNERS in Eureka Montana. 2579 Airport Road. Contact Dave (406)889-3010 or Steve (406)889-5360

  • March 25 a new club called "Mud and Guts" had a get together at the ORV park in 9 Mile Falls.

  • March 17 was Allan's annual 7 Mile playday at the ORV park in 9 Mile Falls. Quite a few rigs showed up and quite a few broke! Paul Y. broke in his brand new Rubicon which has has only had for a couple weeks. It still has that new car smell, but the front bumper has that used 4x4 look now! Locked front and rear, his Jeep made easy play out of places bigger badder rigs were getting stuck. Renegade Ron brought his 5.0 Bronco II out and only did minor damage to it lol, and for once the Mudallica Bronco II didn't break anything!

  • Feb 18 was Snow Days II at Allan's property in Ione, WA. Bad news is that of all the people who wanted Snow Days II to happen, none showed up. A couple of Allan's close friends made it out there and they had a good time. Come on guys, let get the attendance up!

  • January 28 was IONE SNOWDAYS at Allan's property in Ione, WA. There were side by side snow races where the mud pits used to be. We broke it into two classes- rigs owned by Allan and rigs not owned by Allan. The rigs not owned by Allan were the small truck which included Mudallica's "The Baby", Steve in his Toyota truck, and Jonny in his Cherokee. Drivers swapped out in the larger class driving Allan's stepside, his "Yeehaw" Suburban (econoburban), and the red and white truck he bought in Oregon. The stepside and the econoburban blazed the trails for us to play in. Earlier before the racing started Keith with his insanely lifted Chevy was there, Sam Thomas, his wife and his son played in their Jeep Liberty, and Hooper from the Mud Sluts brought out a Blazer which he immediately broke a front hub or axle along with blowing out his rear spiders gears. With how much fun the side by side races were this time, Allan said he might hold an actual competition next winter.

  • January 1, 2007 was a playday at 7 Mile ORV Park. Check out airrooster.com and mountainexplorers4x4.com for pics.

    PAST EVENTS 2006

  • December 9, 2006 was the Thomas Family Racing AKA Mudslingin Rockcrawlers 2006 Poker Run. Great turnout this year! Pics on the website.

  • October 28 was the Suburban White Guys DVD release party at the Blue Dolphin. Live music, costume prizes and drink specials. DVD release is "Pirates of the Rubicon 1&2". 1 block west of Pines and Sprague at 16 S. Robie street.



  • October 28 was side by side mud races at the fairgrounds in Sandpoint.

  • October 21&22 was rumored to be the last Big Al's 4x4 Top Truck Challenge. The crew at Big Al's really puts on a show. This might be the last one they did this year!


  • October 13, 14 & 15 was Moyie Springs Mud Bog, the King Daddy of all mud bogs!

  • Sunday, October 15 at noon was a photo opportunity to take pics of the new rocks brought out to 7Mile by the Spokane 4Wheelers club. The original 11 rocks will now have three truckloads added to them so that the rock crawlers can enjoy 7Mile too. Click here for Paul Y's photobucket album of pics he took that day.

  • October 7&8 was another Big Al's 4x4 Top Truck Challenge. Allan went Saturday and entered his truck Blazer, his stepside and his economy Suburban. He took the first place "Wad-O-cash" in street class with the stepside. Good job Allan!


  • September 29 & 30 was a mud bog at the CDA Fairgrounds. This link has more details.


  • September 23 & 24 was another Big Al's 4x4 Top Truck Challenge. These guys are getting good at putting on a fun mud bog- they just keep getting better and better. Saturday they had speed pits, but you still had to have a serious truck to make it through. My truck got stuck twice! This place is on it's way to becoming the mud bogging authority of the area!


  • September 23 wasn't Harrington. New insurance at the Lions Club wouldn't cover the bogs so Harrington was a NO-GO.

  • September 16 was the Fall Eureka Dune Runners Mud Bog! Will be at 2579 Airport Road in Eureka, Montana. Info provided by Backwoods Racing Team in Elk, WA. For more details to email them.

  • September 16 was also the FARMBOYS Racing mud bog and dirt drags in Ephrata WA. Gates open at noon, racing starts at 1:00. I think it is located at 14156 Rd. B.3 NW in Ephrata, WA 98823 but check the website for yourself to be sure! $30 entry fees for racers. 4&6 class, under 37 inch tire class, 37-44 inch tire class, naturally aspirated unlimited tires size including cut tires and tractor tires, and of course, unlimited class. Cash payouts for each class plus prized which include tools, parts and more.


  • The September 16 WATTORA 'Exploratory' trail ride' in the Colville National Forest has been cancelled due to fire bans on motor vehicles. Alternate unofficial plans of going to 7Mile ORV Park are in place for those of you not going out of town to Ephrata WA or Eureka MT but still want to wheel.

  • September 9 & 10 was Big Al's 4x4 Top Truck Challenge! Very tough pits that were for the most part distance measured with only a couple of the baddest machines making it through. Spectators had fun too- beer gardens and a great PA system and an announcer who knows how to work a crowd! Watch for Big Al's every other weekend until winter!


  • September 9 was the Sprague Lake mud bogs.


  • September 3 was the third Washington Mud Drags! There was only a small turn out this time, but those who showed put on a good show and everyone had a great time. Thanks again Mike and Jessica Jack! (Patty too!)
    I had my heart set on taking home the first place trophy on stock street class but ended the day with second place in my tan Bronco, now powered by a straight six. First place went to my boy IN MY RIG!!! Good job Michael! This was his first time racing, placing or even driving a stick shift!
    to email Mike and Jessica.


  • August 26 and 27 was a mud bog at Big Al's at Stateline, ID.

  • August 19 was the Orient mud bog in Orient WA. Anyone go???


  • August 19 was the WATTORA 'Exploratory' trail ride to Colville NF near Kettle Falls. Click here to view pics and videos from that event.



  • August 12 2006 was the TVFD mud bogs in Troy Montana. for info and questions about their next event.


  • August 5&6 2006 was the Colville Thunder Valley Mud Bog!
    click for Mudslingin Rockcrawlers homepage


    Put on by Mudslingin' Rockcrawlers. Sam can not ever be accused again of having "Wussy pits!" X-Class and Modified class worked hard to make it through (if they could make it) and most of the truck in the classes down went by distance. For the survivors who made it through to the second run Sunday people started going through and getting times instead of distances once the pits finally blew out. Thanx to the alcohol burners who came here from Montana and thrashed their $50,000 rigs. Thanx to Mike Reynolds who gave us an great front row rollover and came out smiling. Thanx to the guy in the blue Bronco with the purple flames who let his friend drive and gave us a great rollover Saturday night. We truly enjoyed the carnage you gave us and the show you guys put on!



  • July 8th 2006 was another Nitro Productions Monster Truck show in Colville. I heard there were some fast rigs and deep mud!


  • July 1 & 2 2006 was the second Washington Mud Drags! race this year along with the Liberty 500 races on the circle track.


  • June 24 2006 was the Monster Truck Show and Mud Bog at Spokane Fairgrounds. Karen Newell took home the dough for first place in her purple Jeep!


  • June 17 & 18 2006 was a mud race in Longview Washington. Hosted by the Columbia River Mud Racing Association.


  • June 17 & 18 2006 was also "Elk Days" in Elk, WA. No mud bogs there... just the annual Elk Days party that usually consists of live music, competitions, arts and crafts, etc. Mike got first place in the car show with his Sterling kit car!


  • June 9 2006 was a mud run in Frankfort Kansas. Hosted by BVOR. Info provided by the "Bob" on the Mudallica corkboard.


  • June 3&4 2006 was the CDA Monster Truck Show put on by Nitro Productions. 360/785-4976 4056 N. Government Way Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 83815


  • May 12,13,14 2006 was the MOYIE SPRINGS mud bog on Mothers Day weekend. What a weekend that was!


  • May 7 2006 was the first Washington Mud Drags! race to be put on this year in Northport. Contact if you have any questions about rules or what-not.


  • April 29th 2006 was the Eureka Dune Runners Sand Drags at 2579 Airport Road in Eureka, Montana. Info provided by Backwoods Racing Team in Elk, WA. For more details to email them.

  • April 8th 2006 was the NITB Cabin Fever Run in Pinehurst, Idaho. Go to their site: North Idaho Trail Blazers

  • April 1st 2006 was the Eureka Dune Runners Mud Bog in Eureka, Montana.

  • March 19 2006 Seven Mile adventure with Mountain Explorers went pretty good! About 15 club members showed and another 15 or so trucks who were already there gave plenty of show!


  • PAST EVENTS 2005

  • MOYIE SPRINGS New Years Eve 2005 mud bog. Heard some pretty good stories about that day and good vehicle carnage too!


  • December 3 2005 "Poker Run" with Mudslingin' Rockcrawlers. Not a competition; just a bunch of rigs going through a cross country trail way up north through a ton of snow with a bar at the finish line...which happens to be about a mile from the starting line.


  • October 22 2005-Devil's Ridge Playday. I missed it but showed up for the aftermath. Reynolds had just slapped some 350 gears in his rear end...he snapped it earlier that day. He did some good 2-wheeling and then corkscrewed his driveline. He replaced that (actually his son did the work) and played a little longer until he blew out his 350 gears too!
    His son played around with the rail...it goes pretty good! He said he has won several trophies with it this year. I think he would beat Mudallica easy!


  • Sept 30, October 1 and 2 2005- MOYIE SPRINGS Fall mud bog. This was a BLAST!!! There were tons of tough trucks there! A six wheel drive hearse called "Mortis", a Toy body on a bad ass Ford frame, the white S-10 from Elk that no one can beat but maybe the Jacks or Jerry Walker, Spinney with his beast, an MG with a V-8 and boggers, a 260Z with a 305 and Boggers...just a buttload of awesome trucks with awesome gooey mud! The lanes were tough, easy, and at the end unpassable! I pulled the baby Bronco through the impossible lane early Saturday a few times, tore it up all day and half of Sunday, then my final pass on Sunday I was nowhere near the hard lane and got stuck! I snapped an axle trying to get unstuck. It was my fault-I was being a moron. I went through with a truck already stuck ahead of me with the intention of going around him. I let off when I was 6 inches away from him and tried to go around through the deeper stuff. Back and forth jockeying until I dug down and was stuck. The stuck truck was pulled out so I tried to Bonzaii straight through and heard a "SNAP!" What a fricking blast!!! I got some video and so did Allan...look for the links!


  • September 24 2005 Moses Lake Mud Competition, held by the Sand Scorpions4x4 Club. Anyone go to this? PICS???


  • September 24 2005 Harrington, Wa. Mud Bogs, held by Lincoln County 4-Wheelers. Sounded like a harsh mud day! Hope to be there next year! Allan has a video online of it.


  • Sept. 17 2005 Saturday: Mud Bog near Orient, WA (North of Kettle Falls) Anyone go to this? PICS???


  • Sept 10 2005 Benton City mud bogs. Click right here to see their flier.Click here for a Mapquest.com map of where Benton City is


  • September 10 2005 Sprague, Wa. Mud Bogs, held by the Sprague Fire Dept. Allan took a trophy home and I guess Mike and Jess Jack did really good too...I heard she broke a pumpkin as she got first place! I also heard that Mike Reynolds son was there driving Blackbirds rail with the motor out of the truck on my Contact Page and hand controls.


  • Aug 13, 2005 TVFD Third Annual Mud Races at Roosevelt Park in Troy, Montana. Buckwheat in the black and red 65 Dodge said he went and it was TOUGH! Did anyone else go to this? Tell me how it went!


  • Muddi Gras 2005 @ Joe's Pit was an absolute BLAST of a party! He makes a mud pit not intended for the posers!!! If you show next year please bring a real truck!!!


  • Downriver Days 2005 in Ione, WA was a lot of fun. I was the only Ford, there was a Jeep, and all the rest were Chebbies. All the Chebbies were Allan's exept for a visitor from Moses Lake. Allan's pits were filled in August 15 so one last tearing up was needed!


  • >Allan's 2005 playday was a lot of fun. Not a lot of people showed up...hence part of the reason he is filling in the pits. There was so much water in the pits that no side by side racing happened that day...we were constantly broke down sucking water out of our carbs and drying distibutors! It was hard to have two rigs running at the same time! I used my tow vehicle to race Allan's red Chebbie with Thornbirds and against his school bus. I'll post videos once I get them uploaded.