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August 31, 2022 | View PDF

Potter, NE was host to off-road and enduro races in the mid 70s, now the next generation in this small community is bringing back this exciting style of racing with an event designed to provide an amazing race course, a well organized race experience, and additional activities the whole family can enjoy.

The Potter 120 is an intense harescramble off-road race on a course that spans over 200 acres in the panhandle; they have classes for dirt bikes, quads, and youth. Dirt bikes and quads race a 7-mile course and youth on a shortened course.

While striving to create a competitive event for the Pro classes, the heart of this event is based on having a great time riding and creating a memorable experience for riders, family and friends in an area that still embraces the “off road” life style!

Special events include podium ceremonies, on site DJ and emcee during race day, covered beer garden, concessions and “The Party in the Pasture” after-race concert featuring Mud County, the “tailgaitin' country band”.

There is a $10 gate fee for anyone over 8 years old. Admission to “The Party in the Pasture” included with gate fee.

The PNCC Potter 120 will be held September 3rd and 4th, 2022. This course is located on private property 3 miles Northeast of Potter, NE. The race course address is 3220 Road 83, Potter, NE

All profits from the PNCC will be donated to the Potter Volunteer Fire Department.

 

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