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The World Championship Kinetic Sculpture Race is the original event of its kind. It is a three day event in [[Humboldt County, California]] staged on Memorial Day weekend each year. In 1969, [[Hobart Brown]] converted a tricycle into a [[human]] powered work of art and raced two friends down the Main Street of [[Ferndale, California]]. The event caught on, and has grown to a three day event with as many as 40 teams entering. Due to a lawsuit being brought by Hobart against the
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The World Championship Kinetic Sculpture Race is the original event of its kind. It is a three day event in [[Humboldt County, California]] staged on Memorial Day weekend each year. In 1969, [[Hobart Brown]] converted a tricycle into a [[human]] powered work of art and raced two friends down the Main Street of [[Ferndale, California]]. The event caught on, and has grown to a three day event with as many as 40 teams entering.
  
 
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Revision as of 15:57, 13 July 2007

The World Championship Kinetic Sculpture Race is the original event of its kind. It is a three day event in Humboldt County, California staged on Memorial Day weekend each year. In 1969, Hobart Brown converted a tricycle into a human powered work of art and raced two friends down the Main Street of Ferndale, California. The event caught on, and has grown to a three day event with as many as 40 teams entering.