Get an inside look at the off-road subculture of "mudding." Thousands of people travel to America’s mud parks every weekend to compete in obstacle courses and drag races with their juiced-up trucks.
A patron at Brick’s Off-Road Park in Poplar Bluff, MO, poses in front of his muddy truck.
This truck didn't quite have what it takes to make it out of the muddy water.
The drag racing strip at Brick's Off-Road Park where mud people test their skill.
Britany Gideaux from Singer, LA, poses with her truck, the “Swamp Princess,” and her trophy for winning the obstacle course at Louisiana MudFest.
This car won’t be winning a mud racing trophy any time soon.
A Brick’s Off-Road Park patron takes a break from off-roading.
Samantha, a Brick’s employee, talks to a mud racer on the sidelines of the drag racing track.
Thousands of people travel to America’s mud parks every weekend to go muddin’.
Maghen Hall shows off her truck, the "Pink Mint."
Brick’s Off-Road Park brings thousands of people to small city of Poplar Bluff, MO, every weekend.
With 68-inch tractor-trailer tires, James Bowlin’s truck, "The Beast," certainly lives up to its name.
A man prepares to climb “Motor Hill” in his rock crawler at Brick’s.
Maghen Hall and James Bowlin line up their trucks to settle a bet by drag racing at Brick’s Off-Road Park.
Justin Pepitone attempts the Brick’s Off-Road Park obstacle course in his jeep named “Chicks Dig It.”
These girls prove that muddin’ isn’t just a man’s sport.
A father and son attempt to fix a flat tire after a failed attempt at the Motor Hill climb.