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Old 08-18-2008, 07:38 AM
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Talking NAHA, The Big Nasty Hill Climb New Plymouth, Idaho 09/12-14

The Big Nasty Hill Climb is back in New Plymouth, Idaho.
They will have live music Friday and Saturday night, road bike poker run, over night camping, big a$$ pumpkin gun, (punkin chunkin I believe) kids play area and more...
For ticket info and more details go to;
http://www.bignastyhillclimb.com
Did I mention nitro burning, 250+HP bikes going up hill at night.
* Yeah I know this is a motorcycle event, but ya got to use a truck to get the bikes to the event. Right?
And they're pretty d@mn cool *

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