Thousands answer the call of mud at fifth annual Jericho ATV Festival
Kinney said she and fellow organizers were expecting 5,000 visitors, many to try out the mud pit and as many to take complimentary demo rides on ATV's from Arctic Cat, Can-Am, Yamaha and Polaris.
"We are loving it here," said Dufficia, who added that he's ridden an ATV in just about every state in the U.S. and that the trail system and venue at JMSP was "easily within the Top Five."
Rugg said she met visitors from all over New England, and even from as far from as Pennsylvania. The common refrain from the visitors was marked by compliments about the JMSP facility and the friendliness of festival staff and of local residents, said Rugg.
Nelson won the mud run, albeit, by a close margin.
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