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One Week Remaining until DragonFire Racing’s “Madness in the Mountains”

MESA, Arizona, June 30, 2009 – There’s only one week left before DragonFire Racing’s first ever “Madness in the Mountains” ride event for all skill levels, at Daniels Summit, just outside of Park City, Utah. The fun begins Thursday, July 8, and runs through Sunday, July 11, at the best single-track, two-track and mountains in North America.

Make sure you don’t miss out on the opportunity to see the latest DragonFire Accessorized Polaris RZR S, Yamaha Rhino, and Kawasaki Teryx vehicles

Joining DragonFire Racing as an event Sponsor is Yamaha, who will be offering free demo rides of their entire 2011 line up. Yamaha is also offering discounted admission tickets, free air filter checks and select service, raffle items and more.

Sixteen time Baja Champ, Larry Roeseler, will be in attendance, riding at the event. Official Media Partner, UTV Offroad Magazine, and others, will be covering all the action. MTA, ITP, Warn Industries, Plaza Cycle and Triple-S Polaris will also be on site to provide service and support throughout the weekend.

Additional highlights include a Chuck Wagon BBQ on Saturday night that is included with the $60 registration fee. In addition, the latest off-road products will be on display Friday through Sunday in the DragonFire Racing Hot Pits, a vendor midway where company and factory rigs will circle up, creating a giant outdoor mall.

To help celebrate the inauguration of the event, DragonFire Racing will be offering special event pricing on some of their top products, including bead lock wheels and tires, air filter kits and LED light bars.

Admission includes the Saturday night barbecue and a trail map that shows all OHV roads to and from the event, including roads from Strawberry Reservoir. Kids under 10 are admitted free. Hotel rooms are available in Park City and Heber and camping can be reserved at the event, with hook-ups offered at Strawberry Reservoir. Please stop by registration, opening at 1:00pm for maps of the area and directions to free camping locations. Ribbons will mark trails routes and free camping areas.

For more information, visit Madness in the Mountain page on, or call (866) 926-6169. Blog

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