received drawing entries for completing
the loop and hitting every station. As a
bonus, Brimstone incorporated the Joker
and Mad Hatter, who would be moving
around the course, and, if you found
them, that meant extra entries as well.
The WMR was a great time, and all
three stations were accessible with really
fun beginner-to-intermediate-level trails
so that everyone could participate. The
Rampage takes you to three different
edges of the park, giving first-timers a
really good look into what Brimstone
Recreation has to offer. We succeeded
at the first two games and then made
fools of ourselves at the Cornhole station.
We turned in our completed WMR card
just before the cutoff and decided to sign
up for the SuperATV obstacle course.
THE SUPERATV OBSTACLE
The contestants all got to walk a lap
on the obstacle course before it started.
It featured a choppy rhythm section,
a technical teeter-totter, some buried
telephone poles, two mud pits and a few
man-made dirt jumps. The course also
drops off into the creek for 100 feet or
so before climbing out to the finish line.
I paid careful attention during the walk
and put the Wolverine through it about
one-tenth of a second slower than the
fastest RZR XP Turbo. Everybody was
having a great time, and the crowd was
eating it up, so they decided to run us
through a second time. I managed to
beat my previous second-place time
by almost 4 seconds, but unfortunately
I wasn’t the only one to figure out the
fast lines on the second lap. A couple
of guys put down really good runs and
bumped my time back to a solid fourth.
Chris Ratledse won the overall with a
couple seconds on second through
fourth, which were all within a second of
Saturday night’s concert was definitely
the main event. Attendance seems to
just about double at concert time, and
everybody there seemed to be having a
Great trails, tunes, Tennessee BBQ and deals
on vendor row are all part of the Brimstone
WKE. So are selfies.
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