Prineville Adventure Park

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Prineville Adventure Park

Postby FactoryX » Sat Dec 03, 2011 1:34 am

What exactly is going on with this place? The website isn't being updated, I'm getting mixed stories of it still being open or not, and it happens to be the closest track in a 100-180 miles from Bend, Oregon due to other tracks closing. I love trails which I have plenty of, but would like to practice riding track as well, kind of why I bought a yz250 to begin with...
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Postby r3pm » Sat Dec 03, 2011 10:45 pm

I hear they are working at keeping the place up
Som people I know raced there until recently.
The web site, those can be quite teh chore.
It's hard work so not sure.

I know some groups are planning on events next year. Those can be tentative unitl things get closer.
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Postby FactoryX » Sat Dec 03, 2011 11:06 pm

Thanks for the info, I guess I'll try to give them a call. I was told by a shop to not even bother, and to simply drive to Eugene, Salem, Sandy, or Eddiesville up in Washington. Right now I'm sort of on a budget, so it would be nice to hear some more information.
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