The National Hare and Hound Association is set to make history with its final round of the 2010 season this weekend in Johnson Valley, but before things get underway, Saturday is going to be all about the younger riders.The Pro’s of the AMA/Kenda National Hare and Hound Series will join forces to lead the children on a ride which will feature a little bit of everything that is found on a typical National Hare and Hound Course. With an approximate 5-mile ride, the youngsters will get a chance to ride along with their heroes just a day before each of the AMA Pro Athletes do battle in the desert.A week’s worth of rain has made for near perfect riding conditions and preparations by the 100′s Motorcycle Club, as well as the rest of the NHHA, will provide for a fun morning of events. Kicking off at 10 AM riders will get the chance to spend an hour with the Pro’s taking photos and learning the tricks of the trade.
Parents are encouraged to follow, but parent participation is not mandatory. Riders will be treated with a photo memory and goody bag courtesy of the 100′s Motorcycle Club.Please meet at the Sign Up Tent on Pit Row at 9:45 AM Saturday so that everyone can be instructed on the plans and directions of the ride. Questions, please contact the 100′s MC at 949-584-9395.Confirmed riders list:
Kendall Norman – JCR Honda – 2010 National Hare and Hound Champion!
David Kamo – FMF/KTM
David Pearson – FMF/KTM
Jacob Argubright – KSV/Kawasaki
Destry Abbott – Monster Energy Kawasaki
Justin Imhof – Paul Krause Racing KTM
Morgan Crawford – Blais Racing Services KTM
Chris Blais- Blais Racing Services KTM
Nicholas Burson – Zip Ty Racing Husquavarna
Quinn Cody – JCR Honda
Brett Saunders- Dirt Digits Kawasaki
Kyle Penner- N1Q
Shayla Fulfer- Mom & Dad, Kamo FamilyAll riders are expected to attend wearing full safety equipment and must have the ability to ride a bike under their own power. This is not a race, nor is an AMA membership required, attendees will ride under their own discretion. Autographs will be provided to those who ask.