National Hare and Hound Association Resumes on Saturday, August 24

Press Release | August 20, 2019

The Silverstate Trailblazers Muley Run National is this Saturday.

The Silverstate Trailblazers Muley Run National Hare and Hound is this Saturday.

This is a press release from National Hare and Hound…

Summer break is officially over, bring out the family for a weekend of free camping with no gate fees. Panaca is the perfect place to try your first National Hare and Hound race, with mild, fun off-road terrain.

Hosted by MRAN’s Silver State Trailblazers, round 5 is set in the scenic Panaca, Nevada. Staged at the County Fairgrounds, this event is known for its monsoon-soaked terrain and fun flowing trail system. It’s a great event for first-time series riders, or those looking for a less technical course. This is a Motorcycle only event, in which all classes will race on Saturday. A National number is required, unless the Racer is a member of MRAN, and has a locally approved number.

The Silverstate Trailblazers Muley Run National Hare and Hound is this Saturday.

Racers of the Silverstate Trailblazers Muley Run National can expect a little bit of everything. The elevation is between 5000-5750 feet. Historically, racers have experienced damped conditions, rain/hail conditions and dry conditions. The terrain is made up of flowing sand washes, two track, single track and elevation changes.

The Silverstate Trailblazers Muley Run National Hare and Hound is this Saturday.

The Silverstate Trailblazers have been a part of the AMA National Hare and Hound circuit for nearly a decade. Known for putting together a course that’s notorious for its flowing trails, mix of sand washes, single track and two track, the “Muley Run” serves as the perfect start to the second half of the season.

The Silverstate Trailblazers Muley Run National Hare and Hound is this Saturday.

Motorcycle Racing Association of Nevada hosts 18 different races across three different series offering something for everyone. Desert Series races which are not shorter than 60 miles in total distance, Grands Prix working with local tracks and neighboring states, and a Night Series where races are limited by time or the first to complete a number of laps after dark. “No matter how young; (or how old) how fast or how slow, we’re all about having fun and bettering the sport of motorcycle racing.”

MRAN offers novice, amateur, expert, and an AA premier class, along with women and quad classes, divided into Open, 4-stroke, 2-stroke, lites, over 30, over 40, over 50, divisions. For the kids 85cc, 65cc, 50cc.

For more information, visit www.nationalhareandhound.com

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