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Are you the kind of rider who loves playing in the mud on your trusty ATV or UTV? Though this can be off-roading at its best, there is one small nasty side to the mud riders' lifestyle when you realize you have not prepared properly for the big ride. Usually this fact rears its ugly head when ego overruns ability and you find yourself stuck or broken down.
As we have learned from participating in the awesome fun of mud riding, some things just need to be done to the ride you depend on if you want to make it out the other side.
I don't want to have to deal with a zombie apocalypse, but I feel a little more prepared now if it ever comes up thanks to Kawasaki.
To train me in the art of zombie-specific combat, Kawasaki enlisted the help of Hoyt Archery, Delta McKenzie Targets and Realtree and flew the lot of us to West Virginia where the Hatfield-McCoy Trails would host our one-day boot camp.
For eleven years now one mud riding and racing event has held the attention of mud lovers everywhere. The annual High Lifter Mud Nationals took Jacksonville, Texas by storm during the final week of March and there was plenty of great food, fun, racing and mud to be shared by all.