Another Reso, another wonderful end to an exciting year in the minitruck world. Reso has been called the home of the hardcore, and this year was no exception. Temperatures dropped into the 20's this year, with the wind whistling by the hundreds of tents. It wasn't anything that a few beers and a camp fire couldn't cure. This year's Reso was as big as expected, but had a very family-oriented atmosphere. It reminded us of year's gone by. You could walk around and hear stories of the days gone by, the trucks that were and the trucks that will be. We look forward to next year, as well as the year after that. Thanks again, Resolutions, for another memory.
Name: Resolutions 2007
Location: Colorado River Fairgrounds, Blythe California
Dates: Dec. 29-31, 2006
Total Vehicles in Attendance: Almost 1,400
Spectator Attendance: 725
Fast 411: -Resolutions 2007 was the 31st annual hosted by Sunset Nationwide
- Resolutions is a traditional 3 day truck run hosted by a minitruck club. First day roll-in, second day show, and third day trophies; for some it was even four days.
- Westside Truckers hosted the first eight Resolutions.
- This year's event was not only a national event, but a worldwide event with people traveling, such as Takuji Murayama, from No Regrets, who traveled from as far as Japan.
Events: D.J. and M.C. skills by Mad House FX, Show and Shine, and more drinking than your uncle Bob-the one with the crazy liver that just won't stop-could handle.
Sponsors: Incubus Alloys, Rockford Fosgate, West Coast Auto Sound, Grant Kustoms, Line-X, AutoI.com, Ludikrs Kustoms, Lowlife Video, Infinite Designs, and Mad House FX.
Contact for Future Events:
For more information, call Bob Hase at (909) 509-0785, or firstname.lastname@example.org, www.resoshow.com
Next Year's show will be held Dec. 28-30, 2007.
This was the MT room on wheels, and the nicest accommodation we'll ever need for Reso. Sta
Matt, from Grant, shows off some of the newest hats to hit their online catalog.
Trucks roll in as early as Thursday at noon.
One of the hardest classes for the event was under construction, where some heavy hitters
Lowlife Mike ex-plains to Jamey Jordan how to put stickers on an oversized beer glass duri
The infield was filled to near capacity for another exciting year
Charles Armstrong drove the truck a few hundred miles to come out and compete with some of
This T-100, dubbed the T1HUNDRA, came out laying doors and ready to play. Tiny, the owner,