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USXC/Briggs and Stratton Triple Crown of Youth Cross-Country


(11/3/2014)

Briggs and Stratton is proud to announce the debut of the inaugural USXC Briggs and Stratton Triple Crown, a three-race series of cross-country events for youth who compete with 120-class snowmobiles equipped with the Briggs 206 engine.

In addition to the excitement and prestige associated with these true cross-country events for youth, Briggs and Stratton is offering $3,000 in prizes that will be randomly given away to registered 206-class racers.

The three USXC Briggs and Stratton Triple Crown events include:

Dec. 2 Dec. 20 – Pine Lake, Minnesota

Jan. 31 – Park Rapids, Minnesota

Feb. 28 – Thief River Falls, Minnesota

There will be three overall champions crowned, including the Pro 206 for 6-8 year olds, Pro 206 for 9-12 year olds, and Champ 206 for 6-12 year olds. Racer will compete for individual event honors while accumulating points for the season Triple Crown champions.

The birth of the USXC Briggs and Stratton Triple Crown Series comes after the successful launch of true 120/206-class cross-country competition at USXC events last season, in which young racers negotiated a 2.5-mile circuit built exclusively them.

“The Mini-5 ran in conjunction with of the energy of surrounding the legendary I-500 was just a blast for all the families and racers who competed,” said David Klaus, Director – Briggs and Stratton Racing.

“We walked away wanting to do more. This debut event was truly special and something that every family with children and a 120 sled can get into. That is what brought us to work together to build from.”

CLICK HERE to go to the USXC site for rules and additional info.



Comments (5):

I Bleed Green! says:
11/5/2014 9:02:00 AM

I believe Pine Lake is Dec 20th, not the 2nd.

This is a great opportunity for the kids, I hope this keeps going in the future.

John Sandberg says:
11/5/2014 12:15:00 PM

Good catch, thanks IBG.
StrawberriesCo says:
1/14/2015 2:44:00 AM

Sir;For security reaosns Unplug the wire from the spark plug first.On this type of engine you need to know that the drain plug is under the engine and you must have the engine high enough for you to be able to reach that plug.I believe american ounces are the same as Canadian.Just make sure you dealer can confirm this OK.(( Do not Tilt the engine from side to side)) as the oil will go up the oil galleries and will foul the combustion chamber and you will not be able to start the Motor.It is either a 1/4 inch drain plug hole where you will need an extension of about 6 inches long from a ratchet set to unscrew that plug.On some briggs engines some drain plugs are to be removed with octagonal Type Allen wrench or a small straight Allen wrench where you will use a wrench to leverage the removal. _____!Once the oil is drained re-install the plug Tight, Insert 15 and a Half ounces of SAE oil 30 (detergent) oil or 10w30 sae oil.NEVER USE A NON DETERGENT OIL.To make sure you have the right amount of oil use the dip stick half way in the fill up and you will see the indicator mark that it is missing or over filled. Overfilled by ( bd ) an once is not to worry about.That engine like I said takes 15 bd ounces of oil. Or metric just about 750ml from a 1000 ml bottle.Then reinsert your spark plug wire.This should be done every 10 to fifteen hours of operation.The same applies for the sharpening of the blade and the balance of the cutter.
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1/15/2015 4:54:00 PM

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