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Purcell Trench Ranch in Bonners Ferry, Idaho, is an outdoor entertainment venue tailored to adrenaline junkies. Throughout the year it hosts multiple off-road motorsport and snow sport events. This series takes viewers inside the private, 90-acre grounds to see what the "Mountain Mafia" culture is all about. Trails are filled with the sights and sounds of horsepower and lots of people, as owners Ben, Grey and Mac built the ranch and designed all the action with spectators in mind. The terrain accommodates multiple open-wheel events featuring hill climbs, big-air jumps, rock courses, slick walls, and a massive three-acre mud arena.

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aired 266 days ago
Competitors and their off-road vehicles must complete all five courses and then conquer the Mountain Man for double points; The final event will determine who will be crowned the 2019 Mountain Havoc Champion.
aired 273 days ago
In the fifth 2019 Mountain Havoc Championship Event, custom built off-road vehicles battle for double points; The Mountain Man is the last and longest course, combining multiple features that make up Havoc-style racing.
aired 280 days ago
The fourth event of 2019 sees vehicles claw their way through jagged rock features, deep holes and the unforgiving tire garden.
aired 287 days ago
The third event of 2019 has hard-charging, off-road vehicles racing through the hilly terrain of North Idaho.
aired 294 days ago
In Mountain Havoc's second 2019 event, high-flying off-road vehicles compete on a Motocross-style track that favors high horsepower and tuned suspension.
aired 301 days ago
2019 Mountain Havoc Championship Event 1; custom Off-Road Vehicles racing heads up on straight tracks while towing massive 1000 pound tractor tires; rigs running high horsepower and large tires have the competitive edge.

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