Monster trucks, motocross bikes, and dare devils from all over West Virginia traveled to Randolph County for the Monster Truck 2K14 Throwdown.
Sunday, fans were left speechless as a packed house at Camp Pioneer was treated by some of the nation's most talented Monster Throwdown drivers and trucks. They wowed the crowd with wheelies and a freestyle competition.
"I liked it when they did the donuts. It's great to bring the family out here, it's a good activity for them," said Andy Rodriguez.
Employees said they are dedicated to providing a family atmosphere while delivering top of the line Motorsport talent. Heather Underwood said, "It's fun to watch the crowd interact and the kids get excited for the big trucks. It's just exciting."For more information on the live event and for a full schedule, click here.