Washougal MX Park Founder Ralph Huffman, 83

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Washougal MX Park patriarch Ralph Huffman, a legend of motocross racing in the Pacific Northwest, died Monday at the age of 83. A native of Roseburg, Ore., Huffman’s ties to motocross date back to the 1970s, during the sport’s infancy in the U.S., which eventually connected him to Washougal MX Park in the early 1980s. While the Washougal National is the crown jewel of motorsports events in the Pacific Northwest, it’s the booming amateur motocross scene that has truly helped foster the legacy of Washougal MX Park and represents the four decades of dedication by the Huffman family.

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