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An event with a funny name…What is Hump ‘N’ Bump? Have you ever been to one of those events where you spend more time... [pics] A Look Back at Logandale and Hump ‘n Bump 2019

An event with a funny name…What is Hump ‘N’ Bump?

Have you ever been to one of those events where you spend more time waiting in a line of Jeeps than you do actually driving a trail?

Where, at the end of the day, you kind of feel like this guy:

In the years past, there has been an event just North of Las Vegas that usually takes place right after SEMA finishes up…around the first week of November. The event area itself contains over 200 miles of trails, suitable for OHV, hiking and horseback riding, and also lies just north of the Valley of Fire State Park. Known as “LTS” or the Logandale Trail System, this place offers amazing scenery, sand dunes, rocks and everything in between.

Jeeps at Hump n Bump by Corey Osborne

Hosted by the Vegas Valley Four Wheelers for just about 38 years, Hump ‘N’ Bump is an internationally recognized, low-speed, two-day event, where participants in full-sized 4×4 off-road vehicles are guided over existing trails of varying difficulty in and around the Logandale trails and Valley of Fire recreation area. The open nature of the scenic trails and very low speeds allows for larger groups with a negligible impact on the environment.

Since 2009, Hump ‘N’ Bump has been based at the Clark County Fairgrounds in Logandale, NV. The area provides an excellent venue for this event with a bandstand stage, tables and bleachers. The location also provides hookups for up to 122 RV’s and there is a large grass area for tent camping.

During the Vendor Show this year, the MetalCloak CTI Trailer was on hand to help the participants better their suspension set-ups and get their flex on!

CTI Tour 2019

This event also gives back!

Corey Osborne Co-creator

After 23 years of corporate life, I decided to pursue my passions in the off road industry. Specializing in marketing, visibility, relationship and brand building, and acting as MetalCloak's field marketing representative, I have travelled across the country (quite a few times!) using Metalcloak’s CTI (Corner Travel Index) to educate the off road enthusiast. I have also worked with Jeep Jamboree USA as event staff, to provide additional value and education to its participants. I've been fortunate enough to work with both international as well as domestic media; have attended most of the off-road events across our country; and have driven a wide variety of vehicles. I'm a certified PADI scuba instructor and have a BS in Computer Science.

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