Off road racing took over Potter this Labor Day Weekend.
The MotoAdventure Kawasaki Potter PNCC 120 Off-Road Race saw people of all ages compete in dirt bike and ATV races.
The track ran through pasture land just northeast of Potter. A single lap was about seven miles long.
This year, the course included obstacles like a pond jump and logs for the more experienced riders. The adult races lasted two hours while the youth division races are 30 minutes long.
After a long day of racing Sunday, the event wrapped up the Party in the Pasture concert featuring Braydon Zink.
All proceeds from the event benefitted the Potter Volunteer Fire Department.
Check out the video above featuring the sights and sounds from the adult dirt bike race Sunday.