After a month-long break for the Appalachian Championship Enduro Series, Round 4 will take place this Sunday, June 5, in Wellston, Ohio. It is a restart format enduro.
“It’s the 42nd running of the Little Raccoon Classic, so there’s a lot of history with this enduro,” said Michael Jolly, member of the Appalachian Dirt Riders. “There will be approximately 78 ground miles of trail and we will have two gas stops.”
There will be sign up on Saturday, June 4, from 5-8 p.m., and again on Sunday from 7-9:30 a.m.
For competitors choosing to camp, there is space available at the race location. It is all primitive camping (no water/electric).
A gas trailer will be available for racers who do not have friends or family to pit for them. Racers are advised to bring two cans.
A local 4-H club will be cooking breakfast on Sunday, and then Hamburg’s hotdogs will be available after the race.
For more information about this enduro, visit adrohio.org.
To view more information about the series, visit ACES-races.com. Follow the series on Facebook at Facebook.com/ACESraces, Twitter at @ACES_races, and Instagram at @ACES_races.
Established in 2008, Appalachian Championship Enduro Series (ACES) is an American Motorcyclist Association-sanctioned off-road racing series. Majority of the events are held in Southern Ohio. However, in 2015, three new events/clubs were added to the series which expanded the race locations to include Pennsylvania and Indiana. The series now features 12 rounds hosted by 12 different clubs and boasts a mix of timekeeping races and restart format races.
ACES is generously backed by sponsors who contribute to the growth of the series and support the racers.
Presenting Sponsors: Multi-Wing and Coppersmith Powersport
Feature Sponsors: Fly Racing, ICO Racing, Kenda USA, Motorex and Athens Sport Cycles
Associate Sponsors: Action Extreme Sports, Bohn Cycle, Caton’s Cycle Center, Clinton County Motorsports, Five Six O Graphics, Gas Gas, JM Cycles, Klamfoth, Inc., KRW Cycles, Led Sled Customs, Pointview Cycle, Rehmert’s Kawasaki/KTM, Tri-State Powersports, Uhrig Financial, Wheelsports and Zayne Watson Photo.