Bouncers vs. Buggies


Joe P. Asher|Daily Enterprise A racer tackles a steep incline during Saturday’s Bouncers vs. Buggies event at the Harlan County Campground in Putney. Saturday marked the second annual running of the event, with competitors and spectators filling the surrounding mountainside to catch the action. Food and drinks were available for purchase to a large crowd numbering at least in the hundreds. Last year’s event had 13 competitors. According to Harlan County Campground owner Stephen Foster at least 30 competitors were expected to take part in this year’s event.


Joe P. Asher|Daily Enterprise

A racer tackles a steep incline during Saturday’s Bouncers vs. Buggies event at the Harlan County Campground in Putney. Saturday marked the second annual running of the event, with competitors and spectators filling the surrounding mountainside to catch the action. Food and drinks were available for purchase to a large crowd numbering at least in the hundreds. Last year’s event had 13 competitors. According to Harlan County Campground owner Stephen Foster at least 30 competitors were expected to take part in this year’s event.

Joe P. Asher|Daily Enterprise A racer tackles a steep incline during Saturday’s Bouncers vs. Buggies event at the Harlan County Campground in Putney. Saturday marked the second annual running of the event, with competitors and spectators filling the surrounding mountainside to catch the action. Food and drinks were available for purchase to a large crowd numbering at least in the hundreds. Last year’s event had 13 competitors. According to Harlan County Campground owner Stephen Foster at least 30 competitors were expected to take part in this year’s event.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Bouncers.Buggies.jpgJoe P. Asher|Daily Enterprise A racer tackles a steep incline during Saturday’s Bouncers vs. Buggies event at the Harlan County Campground in Putney. Saturday marked the second annual running of the event, with competitors and spectators filling the surrounding mountainside to catch the action. Food and drinks were available for purchase to a large crowd numbering at least in the hundreds. Last year’s event had 13 competitors. According to Harlan County Campground owner Stephen Foster at least 30 competitors were expected to take part in this year’s event.
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