Winter deserves its own special place in a hunter’s heart. It’s when the truly dedicated strap up and head out. In the winter, you don’t put up with the snow and the cold so much as you crave it. And we crave it.
Saturday night Donny Schatz took center stage with a big win at the Bad Boy Off Road World Finals at The Dirt Track in Charlotte, NC. This marked the end of the Sprint Car season, as well as the 2016 Stampede Ride and Drive Tour.
With 72,000 acres and over 300 miles of off road trails, Windrock Park is the largest privately owned riding area in the country. It is no wonder why thousands of riders and drivers showed up last weekend to the Windrock Park Jamboree in Oliver Springs, TN. Windrock Park supplied Bad Boy off road with the perfect venue for the 8th stop in the Stampede Ride & Drive Tour.
Winding through the wilderness of West Virginia is a rural highway that takes you through some of the most remote and rugged places east of the Mississippi. The town of Gilbert rests along this highway and is the host to National Trailfest, an annual gathering of UTV, ATV, and off road enthusiasts from all across the country. It is also where Bad Boy Off Road raised its flag this past weekend.
Do you hear that? That low rumble off in the distance, growing louder and louder until you can feel it in your bones? Shaking the ground, swaying the trees, closer and closer like a stampede about to break over the horizon? We can feel it. Actually, we’re leading the charge. It’s the first-ever Bad Boy Off Road 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, this Sunday, September 25, and it’s coming with an attitude.
If you want an honest opinion of whether your off-road adventure is Bad Boy material or not, bring a dog. After all, they’ll never lie to you. They’ll never let you down. They’ll never ask “How much farther?” What they will do, though, is have your back. They’ll come along for the ride and crank up the fun. They’ll turn a good time into an unforgettable one, and that’s why, on National Dog Day, we salute our canine co-pilots.
Bad Boy Off Road shook things up in Normal, Illinois, where we hosted the fourth stop in the Stampede Ride & Drive Tour. If you were able to make it out to the Deer & Turkey Expo there was no way you missed our massive display. And if for some reason you weren’t able to see our 52 foot trailer or were not able to make it to our booth, you had to have heard the fleet of Stampedes tearing up the custom built ride & drive track just inside our booth. That sound drew over 400 eager people to our registration tent where they signed up to get behind the wheel of the side-by-side that is leaving other powersports manufacturers shaking in their boots.
Bad Boy Off Road took the TORC race at ERX by storm, hosting the second stop in the Stampede Ride & Drive Tour.
Bad Boy Off Road raised the roof this past weekend at the Big House Brawl, the third stop in the 2016 TORC Series schedule. Over 20,000 spectators and fans gathered at the legendary Crandon International Off-Road Raceway in Crandon, WI to watch the best drivers in off road racing battle it out on this epic track. Crandon is nestled in the scenic Northwoods of Wisconsin and is home to some of the most intense dirt course racing and rugged off road trails that the country has to offer.
If you know anything about Bad Boy Off Road, you know that we take dirt very seriously. That’s why when we came across International Mud Day, coming up this June 29, we knew we had to take action. Now don’t think for one second that this is one of those made up holidays that gives people an excuse to hug complete strangers or sneak an extra donut. International Mud Day isn’t like that at all. Because we say it isn’t, and because we’re taking it over.