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Mungenast Motorsports Customer Appreciation Autumn Off-Road Ride

November 17, 2011

Grab your gear and head to the trails!

As a way of saying thanks to our customers, we want to invite you to our Customer Appreciation Ride at the Washita MX Park in Farmington, Missouri.

From 9am to 4pm please join us for our semiannual autumn off-road ride, where only Mungenast Automotive Family guests can take their ATV, off-road bike or MUV through 20 miles of tracks and trails.

To attend, please submit a registration form by November 21. You can also call Tim Bonagurio 314-649-1266 to RSVP.

Food and drinks will be provided.

All guests could win:





J-98 the Boot will be on site, broadcasting live.

For directions, rules and regulations, please visit Washita MX website at

All ATVs, off-road bikes and MUVs are invited to this year’s event.


Just by watching, I almost had to call my chiropractor

July 30, 2010

I’m sitting here watching the Women’s Super X Final  in X Games 16 getting ready to start in Los Angeles.

As I watch an overview of the course, a few things run through my mind:

  1. How the heck do they get all of that dirt into the LA Coliseum? A quick google tells me that it takes three million shovels of dirt to prepare the LA Coliseum for X Games 16.
  2. What are they going to do with all of that dirt when they’re done? Mr. Google had no answers and if you know, please leave a comment below because inquiring minds want to know.
  3. Surely if they can construct these impressive hills and jumps, even turning the seating area in the Coliseum into a dirt-covered ramp, then I should be able to do something more creative with a mole hill in my backyard.


So the gate drops and the women take-off – flying through the air and bouncing over hills with so many bone-jarring landings that I feel the need to schedule a visit to the chiropractor from just watching them.

And then at the end, 19-year-old Ashley Fiolek takes first place – for the second consecutive year.

She takes off all the protective gear, grabs the world’s largest size can of Red Bull that I’ve ever seen, and gets ready to begin her interview with the ESPN reporter about just winning the race – only she doesn’t say a word. Instead, her father starts using sign language to translate the reporter’s questions and then interpreting Ashley’s signed responses. Ashley is profoundly deaf, and has been since birth.

If you’re not familiar with Ashley’s background, here are some factoids about her that I’m quoting from the Honda Powersports website:

1. She’s the defending 2009 AMA/WMA Women’s Motocross Champion.
2. She’s the first woman to ever be on the Honda Red Bull factory MX team.
3. In 2009. Ashley was looking to wrap up the series when, while running in second place, she crashed and broke her collarbone. And this wasn’t just a crack—the X-rays would show a big break and a substantial bone displacement. This would have sidelined any rider, but Ashley remounted and continued over jumps, ruts and whoops to finish seventh, saying later: “When I crashed, I knew I had to get back up and keep going,” commented the bandaged Ashley after the race. “I was in a lot of pain, but I couldn’t let my team or fans down.”

Wow! What an inspiring series of accomplishments and I’m sure the best is yet to come for this young woman.

So congratulations to Ashley Fiolek with the 2010 Honda Red Bull Racing Team for winning the Women’s Super X Final.

And if you too are watching the games and thinking the rush of the wind would feel good but maybe not with all the bumps and bruises, then don’t forget to join us on our very non-X-Game, leisurely ride to the Ozarks on September 19th. To read  my post about  our Dave Mungenast Motorsports Customer Appreciation Ride to the Lake, click here

Join us for a ride to the lake

July 29, 2010

Pretty soon we’ll be swapping in these hot, St. Louis summer days for the cooler temperatures and changing leaves of Fall which sounds like a perfect time to schedule a ride.

So why not join us for the Dave Mungenast Motorsports Customer Appreciation Ride to the Lake of the Ozarks on Sunday, 9/19/10 at 8:30 am?

We’ll meet at the Motorsports Store at 8:30 am and leave at 9:00 am. The ride is about 170 miles each way. Lunch will be provided at the Mungenast Marina.

Please contact Paul Benson at 314-649-1274 or by Sept. 15th to reserve your spot. (Ok, so there’s plenty of room on the road – we just need to make sure we have a spot for you for lunch.)

We look forward to seeing you.