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MWXC Round 6, Waveland, IN


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this round is going to be like a family vacation if desired, the track is based around a 360 acre lake with a launch ramp, cabins, 2 other fishing ponds, we have primitive camping in the pit erea or around the corner they offer camping with power and water hook ups, pontoon and fishing boat rentals, basketball courts, volleyball courts, horseshoes, more than one playgroung for the kids, waterslides, putt-putt, gameroom, and hot showers are available, hook up with a buddy and one bring the bikes and one bring the boat!!!

if you guys get too hot you can make a pit stop at the beach and dive in, will be running right across it, we got the whole park, not just the dedicated riding erea, we went and laid out the track today, got right at 7 miles, about half of that is completely virgin woods!!!! for more info check out our website.... www.midwestxc.com

Come out Saturday Aug.14, 2010 and pre-register for sundays racing and watch our side by sides race on saturday....enjoy the lake and make the most of the the weekend!

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