First published in By Mike Henle

CALIENTE, Nev. — For the last 50 years, the Southern Nevada Off Road Enthusiasts have ridden through the ups and the downs of the sport.

If it’s history that fascinates your soul, go no further than a crash course in SNORE, which has ridden wave-after-wave through five decades of celebrations and challenges.

The original group was highlighted by stops for meetings at the old Las Vegas watering hole the Sawdust Saloon, which was owned by a legendary group headed by Sawdust owner John Herda, who donated the space and the time as SNORE rapidly went from a tiny club of enthusiasts to the longest-consecutive running off-road racing entity in the country.

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