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Mud People Pictures

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.

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James Bowlin at Mudfest
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James Bowlin poses with his truck, “The Beast,” before the Swamp Run at Louisiana Mudfest.

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