Scenes from the Haganator


Traley Dillard and Shelba Stone enjoyed a cruise before the races.


Tyson, Paula, and Kylie East smiled for a photo while they waited for the race to begin.


Cory Jordan and Rob Jordan of Mid State Motor Sports say they have been supporting the Haganator since it began.


The Hix family started the Haganator five years ago after the loss of their son and brother, Hagan Hix. The Haganator draws around 500 riders, but Hagan’s mother Kim says it’s truly about honoring Hagan’s memory. “Hagan enjoyed racing, but he really enjoyed seeing people.”


The Pro Side by Side rave begins!


Traley Dillard and Shelba Stone enjoyed a cruise before the races.

Tyson, Paula, and Kylie East smiled for a photo while they waited for the race to begin.

Cory Jordan and Rob Jordan of Mid State Motor Sports say they have been supporting the Haganator since it began.

The Hix family started the Haganator five years ago after the loss of their son and brother, Hagan Hix. The Haganator draws around 500 riders, but Hagan’s mother Kim says it’s truly about honoring Hagan’s memory. “Hagan enjoyed racing, but he really enjoyed seeing people.”

The Pro Side by Side rave begins!

Traley Dillard and Shelba Stone enjoyed a cruise before the races.
http://maconcountytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_DSC_0020.jpgTraley Dillard and Shelba Stone enjoyed a cruise before the races.

Tyson, Paula, and Kylie East smiled for a photo while they waited for the race to begin.
http://maconcountytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_DSC_0023.copy_.jpgTyson, Paula, and Kylie East smiled for a photo while they waited for the race to begin.

Cory Jordan and Rob Jordan of Mid State Motor Sports say they have been supporting the Haganator since it began.
http://maconcountytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_DSC_0029.jpgCory Jordan and Rob Jordan of Mid State Motor Sports say they have been supporting the Haganator since it began.

The Hix family started the Haganator five years ago after the loss of their son and brother, Hagan Hix. The Haganator draws around 500 riders, but Hagan’s mother Kim says it’s truly about honoring Hagan’s memory. “Hagan enjoyed racing, but he really enjoyed seeing people.”
http://maconcountytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_DSC_0027.copy_.jpgThe Hix family started the Haganator five years ago after the loss of their son and brother, Hagan Hix. The Haganator draws around 500 riders, but Hagan’s mother Kim says it’s truly about honoring Hagan’s memory. “Hagan enjoyed racing, but he really enjoyed seeing people.”

The Pro Side by Side rave begins!
http://maconcountytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_DSC_0043.jpgThe Pro Side by Side rave begins!
comments powered by Disqus