BRADSHAW, WV (LOOTPRESS) – Excitement is building in the town of Bradshaw in McDowell County as they are prepping to host their first-ever Hometown Trail Days event scheduled for May 19-20.
The event will feature activities such as guided trail rides, musical entertainment, mud events, tug of war, corn hole tournament, scavenger hunt, inflatables, food vendors, and a dirt bike/ATV/SXS parade.
“Our ATV and side-by-side parade will include our first ever Miss Hometown Trail Days,” says Jennifer Justice, McDowell County Convention and Visitors Bureau Executive Director. The pageant will take place on Saturday, May 6.
Hometown Trail Days will be the perfect event for riders wanting to show off their ride as well as challenge others. “There’ll be grudge matches where people can say, okay, I think my bike’s better than yours. I wanna challenge you to a race,” Justice said.
The event will also feature musical performances on both nights along with a wide variety of food and craft vendors which will be set up near the Mud Pit area with nearly 25 already confirmed.
Eager riders will get to stir up mud and experience the newly made track that was constructed just for the event thanks to track creator Elliot Godfrey with Hillbilly used ATV parts and repair.
Officials say that Hometown Trail Days is the only ATV/SXS event to offer guided tours of local, unmarked trails.
This event has been a collaborative effort of the Town of Bradshaw, McDowell County Convention, and Visitors Bureau, Getting Outdoors with Mike and Yvonne, Brookshier Farm Vacation Rentals, and Fullhouse Creative Design, and Hillbilly used ATV parts and repair.
For more information and to register for the event, please click here.