ATV Ride starts from Avery Saturday

3B Printing and the Northwest Outdoor Rental Company (NORC) invite ATV enthusiests to this weekend's ride in Avery. Past events put on by the two businesses have attracted almost 800 people. Pictured left to right: NORC co-owner Kody Hart and 3B Printing owner Ashley Sibert.

Two local businesses have organized ATV fun rides that have attracted almost 800 entries to one single event. They hope this weekend won't be any different.

3B Printing and the Northwest Outdoor Rental Company (NORC) invite the community to another ATV fun ride in Avery this Saturday August 1. Registration for the event will go from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. at the Avery Store and Motel.

The two groups have organized multiple events in the area and have continuously drawn a large crowd of ATV enthusiasts from the Inland Northwest. 3B Printing owner, Ashley Sibert, says that the response from community members has been positive.

“I've had a huge response,” Ms. Sibert said. “People want to get out and do something, they've been cooped up and lot of people want a reason to go enjoy the outdoors.”

NORC co-owner Kody Hart said that hype for this weekend has been generated and that multiple people have already reached out to NORC for rentals.

“We've had quite a few people book machines already,” Mr. Hart said. “I have had lots of interest from people.”

The ride will consist of a 55 mile tour around what Ms. Sibert considers to be some of the best scenery around the St. Joe River. There will also be a 50/50 raffle for those who attend the event.

The ride is family friendly and children under 18 must wear a helmet.

For more information contact Ms. Sibert at 208-582-2764 or to reserve an ATV for the weekend ride contact NORC at 208-606-3626.

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