Another dirt show is planned

Boss Productions, a convention show production company based in Utah, said it plans to hold its first DIRT show April 23 to 25, 2004, in the Southtowne Convention center in Salt Lake City. Boss is describing the event as “the biggest off-road and camping event of its kind in Utah.”
The promoter is hoping capitalize on the fact that many Utah residents enjoy being outdoors and travelling off road. The show will have SUVs, 4x4s, ultra-lights, campers, motorcycles, kayaks, canoes, ATVs, camping equipment, hiking equipment, dune buggies, mountain bikes, motor homes, trailers and also equipment and accessories.
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Canadian ATV WORLD Magazine
Terrence Kehoe, CEO of Outback Publishing Inc. in Newmarket, Ontario, and former publisher of All-Terrain Vehicle Magazine in Canada and the United States, is planning a new magazine, ATV WORLD magazine. It’ll be headed by publisher, Raymond Kehoe.
ATV WORLD is scheduled to be published four times annually, beginning with the March, 2004, issue, and will be mailed to ATV enthusiasts throughout Canada. It will also be distributed on newsstands, through aftermarket distributors, ATV dealers and consumer shows.
The magazine will cover fishing, hunting, farming, recreation, racing, industry and aftermarket products for ATVs. Riding destinations will also be featured in the magazine, with an emphasis on Ontario.
Raymond Kehoe also is responsible for the publishing of Ontario Snowmobiler Magazine and Atlantic Snowmobiler Magazine.

Riding Park Ordered To Reduce Noise
The All-Terrain Vehicle Association reports that Washougal Motocross Park in Washington state has been ordered to reduce noise.
Washougal hosts one leg of the American Motorcyclist Association Chevy Trucks U.S. Motocross Championship Series, and attracts an estimated 100,000 racers and spectators a year.
Washougal is 31 years old and only recently have residents moved into homes near it. Clark county, where Washougal is located, allows the park to operate under a conditional-use permit, which subjects the park and its owners to a continual review.
According to the ATVA, new rules say that racing cannot begin until 7 a.m., and must conclude at 10 p.m. The loudspeaker system is restricted to 35dB, from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. — except during the AMA Chevy Trucks U.S. Motocross Championship Series event.
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