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The Off-Road Expo Kicked Off The 2021 Off-Road Show Season By Dan Sanchez Photos by Dan Sanchez One of the first major gatherings of the off-road industry happened October 9th and 10th at the Off-Road Expo, held at the Ontario Convention Center. With hundreds of exhibitors showcasing new products for everything from racers, to weekend warriors and Overlanding adventurers, it had something for everyone, including SCORE fans. Several SCORE racers were in attendance and had some of their vehicles on display, including Wayne and Kristen Matlock of Polaris Racing, Jeff Proctor of Honda Racing, Brenthel Racing, Vildosola Racing, UTV racer Katie Vernola, and many others. Among the many vehicles on display, Ford brought several 2021 Broncos outfitted with a multitude of accessories, as did 4 Wheel Parts with their line of Bronco accessories that were on sale at this event. Overlanding products for both Jeeps and trucks were also a major part of this year’s Off-Road Expo. Enthusiasts could view and purchase the latest in vehicle-mounted tents and awnings, in-bed storage units, and other camping gear that can make your travel adventures easier and more enjoyable. If you were in the market to upgrade your vehicle’s suspension and off-road capabilities, the show had many shocks, suspension, wheel, and tire manufacturers in attendance with tech experts to help you make the right choice. King Shocks, the official shock of SCORE International, had a display inside and outside the Ontario Convention center with their latest shocks for both racing and OE upgrade applications. Other suspension manufacturers such as BDS Suspension, FOX Racing, and ICON Vehicle Dynamics also displayed their latest components. Raceline Wheels, the official wheel of SCORE International, also had their newest wheels on display for a variety of applications for trucks, UTVs, race vehicles, and more. So did wheel manufacturers Method, KMC, Dirty Life, and a host of others. New lighting upgrades from manufacturers such as Baja Designs, Rigid Industries, and others, showed the latest in specific beam lighting for just about any vehicle and application. UTV enthusiasts also had a wide variety of products and vehicles to see at the event. New Polaris RZRs, the official UTV of SCORE International, to Can-Am, Yamaha, and Honda vehicles were available at sales prices. So were the aftermarket accessories from many manufacturers such as Cognito Motorsports, 4 Wheel Parts, All German Motorsports, and more. Racers could upgrade their vehicles and apparel with some of the latest equipment available from Impact Racing, PCI Race Radios, FluidLogic, and all of the major tire manufacturers who make competitive race tires. This included BFGoodrich Tires, the official race tire of SCORE International, General Tire one of the sponsors of the Off-Road Expo, Toyo Tires, Yokohama Tires, and Mickey Thompson Tires. For the SCORE fans and off-road enthusiasts in attendance, the Off-Road Expo was not only a great place to find deals on the parts they were looking for, but to see the latest that the off-road racing and enthusiast industry has to offer.

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