The Nitto King of the Hammers 2016 was even bigger and badder than any year before. And with Thursday’s Smittybilt Every Man Challenge pulling in nearly as many competitors as today’s Nitto King of the Hammers event, this sucker is on kill. And it started 7 days ago! King of the Hammers 2016 included motorcycle races, UTV races, qualifying, yesterday’s Every Man Challenge, and ends with the biggest unlimited off-road race around. It’s Ultra4’s Nitto King of the Hammers.
As we post photo galleries we’ll put a link to them all right here!
What the hell is Every Man Challenge, you ask? It started out as a way for normal guys to bring their trail rigs out and compete on almost exactly the same course at the Hammers competitors. It has grown to include three classes that have slightly different rules to allow varying levels of competition. It’s no less bad as than the Nitto King of the Hammers, and the racers are just as serious, if perhaps not so financially invested.
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