Off-Road Culture: What to Expect At Your First Event

If you’ve never been to an off-road event, your first muddin’ adventure can be a culture shock. People of all ages attend these events, both men and women, and most of them mean business. For many, off-roading isn’t just a pastime, it’s a way of life, and people will drive in from down the road, or the next state over just to take part and watch others take a trail by storm.
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Eating Off-Road: Vendors, Snacks, and More

One of the best parts of off-road events is the fun food for the whole family. From burger stalls to barbeques there’s something to suit every taste palette. Obviously, the assortment of foods will depend on where the event is located, and the fees paid for registration. Some events have full restaurant fare onsite, while others suggest packing food from home. Most provide some sort of food option, even if its only at the end of the event.
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4 Family Friendly Off-Roading Events for 2017

Kids and mud go together like peanut butter and jelly, so it only makes sense that your little ones would want to tag along to the next big off-roading adventure on the calendar. Unfortunately, not all events are family friendly, so it’s a good idea to check on what types of safety precautions, food, and kid-friendly activities are being held at an event you’re considering bringing the whole crew to attend. Here are 4 family-friendly events coming up this year that you might want to look into.
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