On the Pegs - September 2022 On the Pegs - Volume 7 Issue 9 - September 2022 - Page 103

accustomed to the much larger mountain ranges in the western US , to those traveling from the east , the 1400- and 2400-foot elevation respectively is quite a departure from the norm . Geography lesson aside , both venues reside in a truly beautiful , rural area of the country with dense forests , mountains , valleys , streams , and lakes . The trip to either weekend ’ s locale will not disappoint from a touristy perspective , and the racing is quite an attraction as well !
I am sure the residents of Reynoldsville would be surprised to know that competitors made their way from over a dozen states to visit the park near their charming little town to kick off AHRMA ’ s residency in the region . The ample parking area at Reynlow Park is full of RVs and trailers and folks enjoying the atmosphere and picturesque countryside in anticipation of the Father ’ s Day weekend events . The sound of dozers and skid loaders manicuring the adjacent motocross course helps build the energy that one feels as Saturday ’ s schedule draws near . As will be the case in Shady Acres a few short weeks away , the Reynlow weekend follows the typical multi-discipline off-road format . Vintage and Post Vintage cross-country races held each day bisected by moto one of vintage motocross Saturday and post vintage / next-Gen Sunday . Moto two of the respective motocross
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