Tracking Clark Hurst: Patched Up And Back In Action

Tracking Clark Hurst: Patched Up And Back In Action

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Tracking Clark Hurst: Patched Up And Back In Action

We know that Clark Hurst, the man driving his motor scooter from Sanford Stadium to the Rose Bowl, was heading for Las Cruces, New Mexico on Friday night, but what became of that goal was unknown, until now. 

In a text message exchange the evening of December 29, Clark Hurst shared that he ran into a mechanical issue on the evening of Thursday, December 28

Hurst mentions that his scooter broke down and he had to get it fixed in order to continue on his journey. Shoutout to FunScooters and Julio for getting Hurst back on the road.

Hurst has posted a video from Friday, where he was getting fixed up at an auto parts store in El Paso, Texas

 

Calling Hurst’s trek a journey might be an understatement at this point.  An odyssey seems more appropriate.

It is believed that Hurst is in Las Cruces, New Mexico and headed up Emory Pass. This will be Hurst’s toughest obstacle, as the elevation is 8,823 feet.

We will keep you updated as we follow the odyssey of Hurst.

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