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Event: 1st Annual Bark Bustin' Trail Ride for Cerebral Palsy

in California Events
Added by mudchick , --

Taking place Jun 12, 2005 (Single Day Event)



TrailPass and 143 Off-Road…
Invite you and your family to the1st Annual “Bark Bustin’ Trail Ride”
Benefiting United Cerebral Palsy of Middle Tennessee!
Over 20 miles of marked trails to accommodate all skill levels for every
rider including a kid’s loop easily visible from the main road!

143 Off-Road will close it’s trails to the general public
Sunday, June 12, 2005, for this exclusive 1-day event to benefit UCP!
Proceeds go directly to the Equipment Exchange where your donations provide
wheelchairs and medical equipment to those who need it…AT NO CHARGE!
Registration includes both Dirt Bikes and ATV’s.
Pre-registration forms are available through the following web sites:
UCP at http://www.ridenashville.org
143 Off-Road at http://www.143offroad.com/
TrailPass at http://midsouth.trailpass.com/

Please print and fill out one form per person and mail
along with a check or money order for $25/person to:
UCP of Middle Tennessee, 1200 9th Ave N, Suite 110, Nashville, TN 37208.

Registration will be held onsite the evening before, Saturday, June 11, from 4-6 p.m.
then again on Sunday morning from 7-8:30 a.m. Even if you have pre-registered,
you’re required to sign a waiver for TrailPass and 143 Off-Road in order to receive
your wristband. A brief rider’s meeting will be held at 8:30 a.m. to discuss
trail rules, and riding will be from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.

During both registration times, silent auction items to benefit UCP Equipment Exchange will be displayed for viewing and bidding. Bidding ends at 1 p.m. Sunday afternoon and we’ll have many “give-aways” during Sunday

IMportant Sponsors include, but not limited to:
Transmission Centers of America, Sandra D’s, Dunlop, Bridgestone-Firestone, OGIO, Oakley, La Boite INC, Dirt Chicks Clothing Co., Alpinestar, Powersport Grafix, West Nashville Wrecker Service, Xtreme Bedliners, Tennessee Clay Target Complex, 3 Creeks Lodge and Riding Resort, Tucker Rocky, Red Bull and KTM.

Onsite amenities:
They include a bathhouse, concessions, RV hookups, and cabins. Camping sites will be available on a first come first
serve basis at a reduced rate when you tell them you’re riding for UCP.
Cabins are also available with reservations for a reduced rate however, these are limited in numbers, so reserve soon!
Go to http://www.143offroad.com/ for more information on availability of facilities, or contact Dianna Miller at 931-296-5588.

The 143 Last Jump Saloon, located on Barrow Hallow Rd, is open Saturday evening from 4pm until midnight with a DJ for entertainment. Surrounding restaurants include McDonalds, Arby’s, Log Cabin and Loretta’s Kitchen.

Local Hotel Information is as follows:
Super 8 – (931) 296-2432
Holiday Inn Express – (931) 296-2999
Days Inn – (931) 296-7647
Best Western – (931) 296-4251

If you are coming from Nashville, take I-40 west to the Waverly exit #143. Turn North/right onto Highway 13, go 1/8 of a mile and turn right onto Barron Hollow Rd by the Log Cabin Restaurant. Drive about 1.6 Miles and you’ll
see a sign to the entrance on the left.

For further information, please feel free to contact:

Greg Cox:

Sandy “Mudchick” Petrou
http://www.ridenashville.org http://www.143offroad.com/ http://midsouth.trailpass.com/



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