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Flat Nasty Spring Fling!

Flat Nasty Rockstock 2011!!!

Flat Nasty Off Road Park Missouri
Jadwin, MO

Here is a great write up about Flat Nasty from the July, 2009 issue of 4Wheel & Off-Road written by Fred Williams

Winter Wheeling At Flat Nasty

“Flat Nasty off-road park is not flat, but it sure is nasty. We headed out there for the New Year’s Eve Ride and Pig Roast (we admit our stomachs have a great influence on trail ride selection). It was a total blast. This 850-acre park in central Missouri is a great mix of rolling wooded hills, rocky rutted riverbeds, and sometimes muddy climbs. Flat Nasty also has one cabin perfect for a small group to rent as well as campsites, and they hold lots of events all year. One such event is their 15-Hour Nightmare Run, where you wheel all night and have a big breakfast come dawn. The park is also open to ATV and motorcycle riders, and they even have a small off-road race course. Plus last year BFGoodrich picked the park’s White Knuckle trail as part of its Outstanding Trails program. We’ll definitely be back some day to do more wheeling, especially if they roast another piggy.

The park is located outside of Jadwin, Missouri, on Highway ZZ. For more info, directions, and an event calendar, check out www.flatnasty.net.

Kyle Daniels has been wheeling Flat Nasty for ages, and his 4Runner can usually be found on the more extreme trails. Kyle wanted an automatic behind his 22RE, but he also wanted a geardrive transfer case, so he found a transmission from a ’95 4Runner to swap into his ’86. When mixed with a 4.7 low range in the Toyota T-case and with 5.38s in his front and rear Dana 60s, it make for a reliable and strong trail Toy.

Orlan Mears was getting one heck of a workout trying to slowly crash his Wrangler through this rock field on the All Day Sucker Trail. His 4.0L engine had no problems, but his steering wasn’t exactly happy with him. Every time he almost had the line with his 37-inch Toyos, something would slide or a rock would shift and he’d get beached on some rocks with all four tires spinning. The Dana 44 front and Ford 8.8 axles were stuffed with ARBs and Moser shafts, but even so, some days the rocks just win.”

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Rock Stock 2010

Rock Stock 2010 presented by Mid Rivers Jeep Thing is also going on this Memorial Day Weekend. Her is some more information on that event!

Rock Stock 2010
Start Time: Saturday May 29th 2010 at 8:00 AM
End Time: Monday May 31st 2010 at 12:00 PM
Location: Flat Nasty Off Road Park
Description:
Several events to take place:
Blind Driver
Tug-o-War – Flat Nasty style
Flat & Nasty course
Scavenger Hunt
Wheeling 101
Guided Trail Runs

Saturday, May 29
8am- noon Sunday – Scavenger Hunt
This is a Scavenger Hunt throughout the park. Forms due back to the food tent by noon Sunday. Prizes will be awarded through a drawing of forms that have been completed correctly. You will need a digital camera with a display to participate. Pictures will need to be shown along with your entry form.

10am – Blind Driver Race (Free)
1st half Trail 4 @ campground
Just like it sounds, driver is blindfolded and spotter must get them through the course – fastest time wins
1st – 3rd place awarded prizes

11 am-5 pm – Food available at the tent next to the office
$5 for 1/2lb hamburger, soda and chips
Soda and water available for $1

1 pm – Monster Energy Drink
The Monster Energy Drink truck will be at the food tent

2 pm – 4 pm – Wheeling 101
Meet at the office. For those who do not know the park or are new to wheeling, learn some basking wheeling skills from more experienced drivers

4 pm – Tug-o-War Flat Nasty Style (Free)
Hook your rig to another and pull the biggest and baddest wins!

6 pm – Guided Trail Run
Meet at the office. There will be guides for all levels of experience

10 pm – Night Run
Meet at the office for a guided night run

Sunday May 30
9 am – Flat and Nasty event – Timed Run (Free)
This will take place at Trail #3 (Flat)
Details listed below

11 am – 5pm – Food available at the tent next to the office
$5 for 1/21b hamburger, soda and chips
Soda and water available for $1

Noon – Raffle Drawing
The raffle drawing will take place at the office. You must be present to win.

1 pm – Flat and Nasty Event – Rockcrawl (Free)
This part of the event will take place at second half of trail 4 (Nasty)

4 pm – Guided Trail Run
Meet at the office. There will be guides for all levels of experience

Flat and Nasty Event Details
Entrants must compete in both events
There will be three classes
Stock Class (Green)**- 32″ tires and under (damage – none to minimal) Intermediate Class (Yellow) – 33″ – 37″ tires (damage – maybe but not likely) Big Boy Class (Black) – 38″ tires and over (damage expected)

Timed Run (Flat)
Each class will run Trail #3 for a “time”, Stock and Intermediate run only the trail, the Big Boys must run through the “Bone Yard” pits before finishing. You must have/wear a helmet for this portion as well as seatbelts.

Rockcrawl (Nasty)
Each class will run the second half of Trail 4; this is the start of the “Rockcrawling” portion and is not timed but will have a time limit. Courses will be set up for each class with cones, hit a cone, reverse or winch receive points, each point is a 10 second penalty added to your timed run score. Lowest time in each class wins, the tiebreaker is fastest time completing the “Rockcrawl” portion. Standard Rockcrawling rules will apply for the accumulation of points. You may choose to have a spotter but is not required. You must have/wear a helmet for this portion as well as seatbelts.

Check out www.midriversjeepthing.com for more details.

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