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There is an exciting new place to ride... especially during the winter months up here. It is called The Sandbox arena in Richland Center Wisconsin. It opened in October 2007. I have not had a chance to even get up there yet but from what I have heard it is a pretty cool place. There is one full sized course and a childrens course/beginners. They have a capacity pit area. Anyone interested should check their site just google sandbox arena. The course was co-sponsored by Amsoil and Polaris is going to be using it for their winter proving grounds. Which means no more trips to Arizona in the winter with a playground in your own backyard. Any ways thought anyone from up here in this area would like to know about it. You all have a good day and hope the New Year brings you what you want.:cool:

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