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MCMR Mud Bog

What would a Mud Nationals be without a race to the finish in some of the gnarliest mud Minnesota has to offer....well, it sure wouldn't be a High Lifter event.  Saturday at 3 PM, men and women compete in the Quadna Mud Nationals presented by Polaris Mud Bog!!!   The pit is located at the end of Airport Road behind the red barn.  If you think you’re man enough …er…or woman enough… then sign up at the information tent before Noon on Saturday (Entry fee is $20) and BRING IT !!! Competitions start Saturday at 3 PM.
 
Lite Class (Single Cylinder)
  • The Lite Class will include all ATVs 0-550ccs.
  • Both IRS and SRA style ATVs will run in this class.
  • All ATVs must run ATV tires-tires specifically designed and marketed for ATV use. No tracks, automotive tires, cut tires, paddle tires or agricultural tires are allowed to run in this class.
  • ATVs may run up to 3” of total lift. Replacement a-arms are allowed to be swept forward or backwards but stock length axles must be retained.
  • Standard engine modifications are allowed to include big bore kits, jet kits, pipes, air filter, etc. as long as the total cc limit is net exceeded for the class.
  • This class will not allow special fuels such as alcohol or nitrous oxide. Turbos are not allowed to run in this class.
  • Axle paddles, wheel paddles, dual wheels, extended swing arms, extended a-arms, solid bars replacing shocks, etc. are not allowed in this class.
  • This class is designed for 0-550ccs to race with what is considered traditional or standard mud racing accessories readily available to the average rider.
  • Any ATV entered in this class that is determined by the race officials to exceed this description will be moved up to the first appropriate class.
 
Bogger Class #1 (551cc and up, single cylinder AND 500cc Can Am stock motor only)
  • The Bogger Class #1 will include all single cylinder 551cc ATVs and 500cc Can Am ATVs running a stock motor
  • Both IRS and SRA style ATVs will run in this class.
  • All ATVs must run ATV tires specifically designed and marketed for ATV use. No tracks, automotive tires, cut tires, paddle tires or agricultural tires are allowed to run in this class.
  • ATVs may run up to 3” of total lift. Replacement a-arms are allowed to be swept forward or backwards but stock length axles must be retained.
  • Standard engine modifications are allowed to include big bore kits, jet kits, pipes, air filter, etc. as long as the total cc limit is not exceeded for the class.
  • This class will not allow special fuels such as alcohol or nitrous oxide. Turbos are not allowed to run in this class.
  • Axle paddles, wheel paddles, dual wheels, extended swing arms, extended a-arms, solid bars replacing shocks, etc. are not allowed in this class.
  • This class is designed for single cylinders ATVs 551 ccs and up, and 500 cc Can Am's with stock motors only to race with what is considered  traditional or standard mud racing accessories readily available to the average rider.
  • Any ATV entered in this class that is determined by the race officials to exceed this description will be moved up to the first appropriate class.
 
Bogger Class #2 (Up to 750 cc Twin Cylinder)
  • The Bogger Class will include all ATVs 0 - 750ccs. (Single or Twin Cylinders)
  • Both IRS and SRA style ATVs will run in this class.
  • All ATVs must run ATV tires specifically designed and marketed for ATV use. No tracks, automotive tires, cut tires, paddle tires or agricultural tires are allowed to run in this class.
  • ATVs may run up to 3” of total lift. Replacement a-arms are allowed to be swept forward or backwards but stock length axles must be retained.
  • Standard engine modifications are allowed to include big bore kits, jet kits, pipes, air filter, etc. as long as the total cc limit is not exceeded for the class.
  • This class will not allow special fuels such as alcohol or nitrous oxide. Turbos are not allowed to run in this class.
  • Axle paddles, wheel paddles, dual wheels, extended swing arms, extended a-arms, solid bars replacing shocks, etc. are not allowed in this class.
  • This class is designed for single or twin cylinders ATVs 0 – 750ccs to race with what is considered  traditional or standard mud racing accessories readily available to the average rider.
  • Any ATV entered in this class that is determined by the race officials to exceed this description will be moved up to the first appropriate class.
Pro A Class (short length)
  • The Pro Series Class will include all ATVs 751ccs and up with twin cylinders.
  • Both IRS and SRA style ATVs will run in this class.
  • All ATVs must run ATV tires (tires specifically for ATV use.)
  • No tracks, automotive tires, cut tires, paddle tires or agricultural tires are allowed to run in this class.
  • ATVs may run up to 3” of total lift. Replacement a-arms are allowed to be swept forward or backwards but stock length axles must be retained.
  • Standard engine modifications are allowed to include over bore kits, jet kits, pipes, air filter, etc. as long as the total cc limit is net exceeded for the class.
  • This class will not allow special fuels such as alcohol or nitrous oxide. Turbos are not allowed to race in this class.
  • Axle paddles, wheel paddles, dual wheels, extended swing arms, extended a-arms, solid bars replacing shocks, etc. are not allowed in this class.
  • This class is designed for twin cylinders ATVs 751ccs and up to race with what is considered traditional or standard mud racing accessories readily available to the average rider.
  • Any ATV entered in this class that is determined by the race officials to exceed this description will be moved up to the first appropriate class.
 
Pro B Class (long length)
  • The Pro Series Class will include all ATVs 751ccs and up with twin cylinders.
  • Both IRS and SRA style ATVs will run in this class.
  • All ATVs must run ATV tires (tires specifically designed and marketed for ATV use.)
  • No tracks, automotive tires, cut tires, paddle tires or agricultural tires are allowed to run in this class.
  • ATVs may run up to 3” of total lift. Replacement a-arms are allowed to be swept forward or backwards but stock length axles must be retained.
  • Standard engine modifications are allowed to include over bore kits, jet kits, pipes, air filter, etc. as long as the total cc limit is net exceeded for the class.
  • This class will not allow special fuels such as alcohol or nitrous oxide.
  • Turbos are not allowed to race in this class.
  • Axle paddles, wheel paddles, dual wheels, extended swing arms, extended a-arms, solid bars replacing shocks, etc. are not allowed in this class.
  • This class is designed for twin cylinders ATVs 751ccs and up to race with what is considered traditional or standard mud racing accessories readily available to the average rider.
  • Any ATV entered in this class that is determined by the race officials to exceed this description will be moved up to the first appropriate class.
 
Open Class
  • Any ATV may participate.
  • All ATVs must run ATV tires (tires specifically designed and marketed for ATV use.)
  • No tracks, automotive tires or agricultural tires are allowed to run in this class.
  • Paddle tires designed and marketed for ATVs will be allowed to run in this class.
  • Participants may custom cut their tires as long as the tire is an approved ATV tire for the event, but cannot add any type of material to the treads.
  • Axle paddles, wheel paddles and dual wheels will not be allowed in this class.
  • Any engine modification can be made, but the engine must be an ATV engine.
  • Motorcycle, snowmobile or other engine conversion is not allowed.
  • The ATV cannot exceed 6’6” in width and 8’6” in length measured tip of tire to tip of tire.
  • Nitrous Oxide is permitted in the open class.
 
RUV Class
  • This will be an open class with the same rules that apply to the ATV Open Class. This class can carry a passenger.
  • The passenger must wear the same safety gear and must be at least 16 years old and sign all waivers.
  • The driver and passenger must stay in the RUV cockpit during the race. Neither the driver nor passenger may exit the RUV at any time during the race to push or pull for safety reasons. This includes hanging arms and or legs from the vehicle during the race.
  • If the RUV is about to turn over, the driver or passenger may assist in preventing the roll over but may not push. The race official’s decision on this will be final.

 

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