King Shocks left a big footprint at Johnson Valleys’, Means lakebed

The annual King of the Hammers race has exploded in popularity with fans and competitors too in only its fourth year of existence. Racers have put their full effort behind this unique Rock Racing event with many building dedicated rigs purposely for this event. King Shocks has also expanded their involvement to match the effort our racers were putting forth. King’s trackside, racing support trailer, was there to help our racers get the most out of their suspension in the diverse and challenging Johnson Valley terrain. The trailer was packed with inquisitive racers from the minute we opened the doors. Our technicians were busy tuning, servicing and advising from sun-up until long after the sun set every day. As a result, King Shocks racers saw huge gains in speed and handling after the sessions. King’s vendor booth was also on hand to answer questions and demonstrate the latest in shock technology under the huge vendor tent. The King Shocks vendor booth allows the public to get a close look at the quality and engineering that goes into our products. You could also load up on King Shocks gear and accessories at the booth. Rock Racing royalty, fans and a few jesters too, all turned out for the King Shocks “Kingdom” party held in the Griffith, Pirate 4x4 lounge Wednesday night. After posing for pictures while entering on the “blue carpet”, partygoers were treated to some great music from the White Trash Romeos who jammed for hours under the tent. Tons of great prizes were awarded to those with the winning tickets during the raffle to benefit ORBA’s continuing OHV access battle. After all the hard work put in by all to make it to KOH, it was nice to blow off some steam and have some fun with old friends and new before the main event on Friday. King Shocks applauds the incredible job done by Hammerking Productions who put on such an epic and successful event, their tireless volunteers and the sacrifice and hard work by the teams and their sponsors at King of the Hammers 2010. The event more than lived up to its billing as the toughest one-day off-Road race on the planet.

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