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McLartyMX in Alabama


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McLartyMX is now holding quad days!

Our first practice day for quads will be on Sunday July 18th from 1:00 till dark. Track will be prepped and watered. We are located just off Highway 278 in N Alabama

McLarty has plenty of parking, clean new facility, new restrooms, basic concessions. Open to quads 1-2 times montly. Fee $20 per rider.

Come check us out and enjoy a day on the track.

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This is under "where to ride your ATV" Since I've not been on this site previously can you help suggest a better forum? We have alot of ATV's around here and none of our tracks allow them on it so I went googling looking for atv forums in order to get the word out.

If you could suggest the appropriate forum that would be great. (or did i put it in the wrong area and it's been moved to "where to ride your atv"? that wouldn't surprise me, yesterday I put the milk in the plate cubbard lol) Thanks!

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