deals on other products.
For those who like to compete, the
Quadboss ATV Showdown offered
off-road competitions for a chance to
win cash and Quadboss ATV/UTV
gear. Events included a skills course
with a balance beam, whoops section, rock garden, slalom course and
two huge mud pits!
In between the true competitions
were less serious, fun events that did
Fisher’s made sure that there were
plenty of activities for the kids: like this
one that made lots of work for the
The headline act was country star Tyler
not require a vehicle. Mud runs, kids’
ball toss and tug of war were some of
the favorite games managed on foot.
A huge kid zone ensured that the
reunion remained a full family destination. There was an inflatable giant
slide, a three-lane mega-thrill obstacle course and a sports-arena bouncer.
If you opted to miss the night rid-
ing, much of the action occurred on
stage. Country recording artist Tyler
Farr performed his hit song “Redneck
Crazy” and showcased some songs
from his new album. Also on Friday,
Brian Fisher announced from the
stage that “Fisher’s ATV World” will
be moving to the Velocity channel
starting January 5, 2014. Up-and-
coming country recording artist
Derek Jones performed his new song
“Rednex Ridin Dirty.” It wasn’t all
country on stage. Back in Black, an
AC/DC tribute band, rocked the
stage on Saturday night.
Fisher’s hasn’t announced the seventh annual ATV Reunion yet, but
you can stay abreast of the latest
news at www.fishersatvreunion.com.
That way you can plan to be there in
There were even some activities for the kids that didn’t
destroy their clothes. What a concept.
More than 4000 off-road enthusiasts had more fun than
humans should be allowed to have at the 6th annual Fisher’s
ATV Reunion at the famous Rock Run Recreation Area. There
were even group rides just for kids.
The midway was packed with products, information and machin-
ery. Several manufacturers were on hand offering test rides.
The always-popular mud run was a hit with the teens.