Marietta, Ga. – Yamaha Motor Corp., USA, announces registration is live for the second-annual XTReme Terrain Challenge (XTR Challenge). The event will be held at the famous Loretta Lynn Ranch in Hurricane Mills, TN, from Oct. 4-6.
Registration and further details are available online at XTRemeTerrainChallenge.com.
The XTR Challenge brings Yamaha drivers, riders and adventure-seeking weekend warriors together for great behind-the-wheel action and excitement. The event’s fun and formidable course with varying natural terrains and man-made obstacles is specifically designed to put Yamaha’s Proven Off-Road vehicles and owners to the test. Two side-by-side (SxS) classes are available for Yamaha YXZ and Wolverine owners and their co-pilots, along with an all-new class exclusive to full-size Grizzly ATV owners.
“We’re building off last year’s momentum and excitement for our second-annual XTR Challenge with enhanced obstacles, a new Grizzly ATV class, and more entertainment and activities for attendees,” said Steve Nessl, Yamaha’s motorsports group marketing manager. “Yamaha has such passionate owners, friends, and families, and being able to bring everyone together and celebrate their enthusiasm for the off-road lifestyle with the XTR Challenge is what it’s all about.”
XTR Challenge entries are limited in each vehicle class, and on a first-come, first-served basis. Drivers, co-pilots, and spectators are invited to experience an enjoyable weekend of camping and entertainment alongside fellow Yamaha friends, family, and adventure-seekers. To register or to learn more about the XTR Challenge, visit XTRemeTerrainChallenge.com.
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