Sabinal Challenge 2021: Tepehuanes Durango

Santiago Papasquiaro, Durango.- Yesenia Martell, an organizer of the Reto Sabinal 2021 event, which will originate in the municipality of Tepehuanes Durango, invited those who are interested in the routes that are carried out to be part of this great event.

This challenge integrates more than 500 participants who come alone, as a family or as a team to take part in the route, which in this 2021 edition will be to the Sabinal Waterfall, the third-highest in the country. In 2019, 298 vehicles participated, including motocross, ATVs and RZRs.

He indicated that a total of four hundred participants are expected, from different parts of the state, with ATVs, razors, 4 × 4 trucks, etc., which will be on November 20 and 21, he explained that they will reach the Sabinal waterfall.

Even those interested can register, to be able to participate in all the dynamics that are contemplated in the event.

He added that this Challenge is the third consecutive year that it has been held and in the past years they have obtained great success, in which lovers of this sport join in and enjoy the adventure.

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This event was born in 2018 due to the fact that as a hobby, my children and friends organized some routes in Canelas and Guanaceví, and one day we asked ourselves why not do it in Tepehuanes, the interviewee highlighted.

Talking with some people from here, we said let’s do it, let’s see what happens if people like it, if the same people from here participate, but if we are going to do it, we are going to do it well, it goes without saying that 2018 It was a success SABINAL CHALLENGE we had many people from outside and we tried to consent them to pamper them so that they would return because the intention is for them to return to see Tepehuanes, because the state has a lot to go and what to do and there are places like Sabinal with enormous potential that sometimes we don’t know, Yessy said, as it’s known from estimation.

He ended, thanking the participants, for being part of Reto Sabinal 2021.

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