Thousands of mud riding lovers packed Quadna Mountain Park in Hill City, Minnesota for the largest High Lifter Quadna Mud Nationals event in its seven-year history on June 6-9, 2019. Attendees participated in riding competitions, racing, games, food, live music and more throughout the weekend.
The hills of Quadna were overflowing the night before the MB Quart VIP Day as hundreds of enthusiasts wanted an extra day to trail ride and enjoy the VIP treatment with Team High Lifter and Scott Smith, owner of High Lifter. Dinner was served to the crowd after they covered the 38-mile ride featuring stops for throwing VIP goodies to the group. The day ended with a private performance from Matt Farris and the Half Baked Outlaws for all VIP riders.
Competitions throughout the weekend showed the best of the best and offered up to $4800 in payouts. Racers flew through thick mud in the Bog Races to reach the finish line. The Sled Pull proved who could pull their weight with the best distance covered. Completing the challenging Obstacle Course was tougher than some expected with six different sections pushing riders’ abilities.
High Lifter Quadna Mud Nationals offers something for everyone. For the enthusiasts who are not ready to compete, the Poker Run provided trails to test the rider’s skills and quad handling abilities. At the last station, attendees were able to relax and party with a concert showcasing Matt Farris.
High Lifter announced the launch of the High Lifter 44 Magnum Outlaw 3 tire to a cheering crowd on MB Quart VIP Day. As the industry’s largest ATV/UTV mud tire, the High Lifter 44 Magnum was designed for heavy mud riding and features the Outlaw 3 lug and tread pattern. Other manufacturers, exhibitors and sponsors from across the United States were on hand to display new and exciting accessories in the off-road industry.
High Lifter Quadna Mud Nationals cannot wait to see everyone at this staple mud event in 2020. Thank you to all of the sponsors and supports with a special thanks to MB Quart, Northwoods Quads Club and Ray’s Sport and Cycle.