Join trail riding enthusiasts from across the state on this family day of fun benefiting
Riley Hospital for Children as part of the Miracle Ride Foundation's 2012 fundraising efforts!
Everyone is invited to the 3rd Annual Miracle Trail Ride and Race June 16 and 17 at Lawrence County Recreational Park in Springville, Indiana.
Join us for a weekend of family fun in the dirt with a scenic trail RIDE on Saturday and MAXC RACE on Sunday -- All for a great cause!
For a minimum donation you and your friends can enjoy a great weekend at beautiful Lawrence County Recreational Park, while helping out Riley Hospital for Children. Saturday features a trail ride and scenic road ride, with lunch and prizes, for only $25/adult, $10/youth. Sunday features the MAXC Racing Series $10/adult, $5/youth. Both days only $30/adult, $15/youth. Camping is available. Trails will be closed to the public on Sunday. RV camping is available for $25 with water and electric, $15 for primitive. RV spots are first come-first serve. No reservations accepted.
Saturday event schedule:
7AM -- Registration
9:30AM -- Riders mtg at day stage
-- Intro and parade lap
10AM-5:30PM -- Trails open
Lunch on main stage
12:30PM -- Off-park road ride leaves from the main gate
5:30PM -- Prize drawing on main stage
6:30PM -- Dinner at the main stage
"Silverado" on stage Saturday night (bring your chairs)
Trails are open Saturday for riding until dusk you don't need to stop enjoying the day just because the event is over.
Sunday race schedule:
6AM -- Gates open
8AM -- Youth Race
Trails will be closed to the public on Sunday.
Concessions will be available for purchase with the procceds being donated to Riley, eat some good food for a good cause.
Due to the races taking place, the trails will not be open for riding on Sunday.
Questions? Call 800-232-2283.
For questions regarding the race on Sunday, e-mail Mike Gibbs or visit the MAXC website.
The event is co-sponsored by the
Trail Riders of America and ABATE of Indiana. For more information visit www.abateonline.org
Park rules require a helmet and eye protection to be worn while riding. This event is for off road motorcycles, ATVs and UTVs. If you want to go on the scenic road ride a DNR registration or license plate is required and a valid driver’s license. There will be marked trails from easy to moderate in difficulty throughout the park for your off road riding enjoyment. We will also have a road ride if you would prefer a scenic road ride through Lawrence County.