From our vantage point, Dangerous Toys put on the most successful Danger Zone show so far. Associate Editor John Mata Jr. and I rolled into Mooney Grove Park in Visalia, California, early in the morning to see the showground already filled with top-notch trucks of all variety, with even more on the procession in. Local chapters of Aftermath, Sickness, and Nokturnal were well represented, some even trailering in barbecues for grilling up lunch at the one-day show.
Speaking of one-day shows, thanks to the well-orchestrated roll-in and traffic management by Dangerous Toys, attendees spent all day hanging out in the cloudless Central Valley sunshine rather than being stuck in their trucks waiting in line to get in or out of the show. We heard several compliments about how smoothly the event was managed, and we've got to thank the members of Dangerous Toys for yet another great show.
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Aftermath was one of several clubs that rolled out strong. We had to run their photo becau
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