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2011 Lorettas info



Middle Tennessee Dirt Riders, Inc. is proud to announce their tenth annual Spring Ride at the famous Loretta Lynn’s Ranch on April 1-3, 2011. This event will be for ATV’s and BIKES and all responsible ATV/Dirt Bike riding individuals and families are welcome to attend. No additional membership fee is required.


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The event pre-registration fee for adults is $42.00, and children 12 yrs. & younger is $25.00. If you choose not to pre-register, the event fee for adults is $50.00 and children 12 yrs. & younger will be $35.00 during designated registration hours. The registration fee covers one, two and/or three days. The event will be rain or shine and the registration fee is nonrefundable. Rain generally improves the trails at Loretta’s and water drains off quickly.
Pre-registration forms and payment must be postmarked on or before March 15, 2011. Failure to meet this deadline may result in the having to pay the standard event registration fee. All pre-registered riders will still need to come to registration during designated registration hours to sign release forms and pick up your wristbands.

Designated registration times are:
Thursday March 31st - 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Friday April 1st - 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m
Saturday April 2nd - 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Sunday April 3rd - 7:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Riders Meeting
There will be a MANDATORY rider meeting on Friday April 1st, Saturday April 2nd, and Sunday April 3rd at 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. All riders must attend one meeting each day before riding on the trail. The trailhead opens both days at 9:00 a.m. and closes at 3:00 p.m. Pit Riding and/or Pit Bikes/ATV PIT RIDING Will Not Be Tolerated!
For more information on Middle Tennessee Dirt Riders, the event, and to get additional registration forms visit the MTDR website at www.mtdr.net
For more information feel free to contact us:
David McDonald – President - president@mtdr.net
Chris Edwards - Secretary - secretary@mtdr.net

The Trail:
The trail will be clearly marked and you can ride it at your own pace as much as you like during the open trail hours. There will be riding opportunities for all from beginner to advanced.
The trail lengths and locations will be announced at each of the rider meetings. The main trail’s difficulty level will be moderate. Some of the hill-climbs are tough, and occasionally the trail may be narrow and/or off-camber. Some of the areas are rocky and other areas are normal dirt. There’s usually little or no mud, even after a rain. There will be a kid's loop (easy), novice loop (intermediate), and main trail (advanced) sections.

Camp Ground Information:
Camping is $27.50 per site per night per family up to two vehicles. Sharing of the campsite will entail an additional $27.50 per living quarters (i.e. tents, trailers and motor homes). Any additional vehicles are $5.00 each. If you park in a campsite, expect to pay camping. Please stop at the camping registration office when you arrive. If the office is closed when you arrive, please settle up with them first thing the next day. Camping will be permitted in the upper and lower campground.
Free Day Parking is only allowed in the designated day parking area. If you choose to day park elsewhere in the campground expect to pay $5.00 per vehicle.
The campground has two nice bathhouses and a camp store that carries a little bit of everything from groceries to camping supplies. Loretta Lynn’s will offer breakfast and lunch concessions at reasonable prices.

The Banquet
There will be a catered banquet on Saturday evening under the big pavilion, beginning at 6:00pm. Cost will be $12.00 per person, with tickets being sold during registration hours. Lots of prizes will be given away during the banquet, so you should be sure to join us for a fun filled evening. Our sincere thanks to the following banquet sponsors:

Night Ride
There will be a night ride on Friday evening, hosted by MTDR. Details will be given out at the riders meeting on Friday morning. Your dirt bike or ATV must have some sort of light (Creative lighting will be accepted).

Hotel Information at Exit143
Hotel Information at Exit 143:
Super 8 - (931-296-2432)
Holiday Inn Express - (931-296-2999)
Days Inn - (931-296-7647 or 800-841-5813)
Best Western - (931-296-4251)
Restaurants at Exit 143:
McDonalds, Subway, Arby’s, Big River Mexican, Log Cabin, and Loretta’s Kitchen

Directions
About 60 miles west of Nashville, TN on I- 40 take the Linden/Waverly exit 143. Turn North on
Highway 13 toward Waverly for 7 miles and turn left into the ranch entrance. Overnight campers please stop at campground registration, which is immediately on your left. There you can pay for camping and be directed to the appropriate area. Day parkers will proceed straight to the day parking area.
MTDR would like to thank Loretta Lynn’s Ranch for this great opportunity and has plans to make the event unforgettable and enjoyable weekend of riding.

Find Your way to Loretta's via our Map

Learn your way around Loretta's and see what's where with our tour map

Be sure and read the rules!

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