Mother Nature had a bone to pick with minitruckers in mid March this year, but minitruckers fought back. This year's Tex Mex was promising to set records in Texas (and maybe worldwide) as one of the biggest minitruck events ever held.
Thursday evening felt like a Saturday night at any old-school West Coast river run. The attendees were behaved and were filling their cups with drinks and enjoying the night. Friday was no different as the show grounds continued to fill, but Saturday, the day that was to be filled with a ton of activities, brought a twist of fate. The clouds opened up with a burst of water and soaked the entire park, leaving mud everywhere. Trucks were stuck, but the spirit of the faithful minitruckers was still high.
Even if it rained every single year (which it hasn't, as this is the first year of rain for the Tex Mex event), the MT staff promises to return to Texas and have a great time again and again. We hope this show will be around for years to come.
No Regrets Ave. was the main strip this year, and they held it down and took Best Club for
The crazy weather didn't stop the boys from Negative Camber Arizona from rolling out some
Past feature truck NO HOPN cruisin' the show.
Name: Tex Mex 2010
Location: Somerville, TX
Dates: March 18-21, 2010
Total in Attendance: 5,000+
5th annual show that was started to help a fellow Severed Ties member and has grown into the nation's largest custom truck event.
Events: Show, BBQ contest, minitrucker olympics, Friday-night games, live DJ, stage events
Sponsors: Bud Light, Mothers, Big Time Threads, KIK Klothing
Contact for Future Events: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
This S-10 made the trip from Chihuahua, Mexico. In all, at least five different countries
We stumbled across the boogyman's house during our feature shoots.