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Block And Hmm Continue To Win Awards

Building upon an established history of award-winning digital viral video content through Ken Block’s GYMKHANA franchise of films, Block and his creative team at Hoonigan Media Machine are pleased to announce the latest slew of awards for automotive content.
Building upon an established history of award-winning digital viral video content through Ken Block’s GYMKHANA franchise of films, Block and his creative team at Hoonigan Media Machine are pleased to announce the latest slew of awards for automotive content.
Building upon an established history of award-winning digital viral video content through Ken Block’s GYMKHANA franchise of films, Block and his creative team at Hoonigan Media Machine are pleased to announce the latest slew of awards for automotive content.
Building upon an established history of award-winning digital viral video content through Ken Block’s GYMKHANA franchise of films, Block and his creative team at Hoonigan Media Machine are pleased to announce the latest slew of awards for automotive content.
Building upon an established history of award-winning digital viral video content through Ken Block’s GYMKHANA franchise of films, Block and his creative team at Hoonigan Media Machine are pleased to announce the latest slew of awards for automotive content.

Building upon an established history of award-winning digital viral video content through Ken Block’s GYMKHANA franchise of films, Block and his creative team at Hoonigan Media Machine are pleased to announce the latest slew of awards for automotive content.

First up are TWO Gold Telly Awards for last year’s TERRAKHANA The Ultimate Dirt Playground; Swingarm City. Taking home both top honors for Automotive Commercial and Best Directing, which was done by Hoonigan Media Machine’s Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer Brian Scotto.

Second is a Silver Telly Award for last year’s CLIMBKHANA: Pikes Peak, scripted and created by Ken Block, this Gymkhana series spin-off was produced entirely in-house by Hoonigan Media Machine, and co-directed by Block’s Hoonigan business partner, Brian Scotto, as well as award-winning commercial director, Jeff Zwart.

“I am truly one of the luckiest racecar drivers in the world,” said Block. "We make rad content that we love to make. I get to rip up amazing places like Pikes Peak and Swingarm City, then we get rewarded with marketing accolades!? Yeah, life is damn good and it’s great to see the media arm of Hoonigan explode these past two years.”

“When we set out to create these films, winning awards is the furthest thing from our mind,” says HMM COO Brian Scotto. “The goal is to create fun, shareable content that we are proud to put our name on. I think that’s been a major part of our success. Knowing that for many major creative agencies, acquiring these shiny statues is job one, makes it even sweeter when we beat them at their own game.”

Ken Block and Hoonigan Media Machine are currently in post production on both Gymkhana TEN and The Gymkhana Files which will air on Amazon Prime later this year.

The Telly Awards honor excellence in video and television across all screens. In addition to these awards, HMM has also received these honors this year: Communicator Award and Streamy Awards of Distinction for their Daily Transmission YouTube series.

Block Takes 3rd Overall At Arx Canada

Hoonigan Racing Division’s Ken Block took his second rallycross podium (of two RX races so far this season) of the year with a 3rd place overall at the ARX round in Trois-Rivieres, Canada.
Hoonigan Racing Division’s Ken Block took his second rallycross podium (of two RX races so far this season) of the year with a 3rd place overall at the ARX round in Trois-Rivieres, Canada.
Hoonigan Racing Division’s Ken Block took his second rallycross podium (of two RX races so far this season) of the year with a 3rd place overall at the ARX round in Trois-Rivieres, Canada.
Hoonigan Racing Division’s Ken Block took his second rallycross podium (of two RX races so far this season) of the year with a 3rd place overall at the ARX round in Trois-Rivieres, Canada.
Hoonigan Racing Division’s Ken Block took his second rallycross podium (of two RX races so far this season) of the year with a 3rd place overall at the ARX round in Trois-Rivieres, Canada.

Hoonigan Racing Division’s Ken Block took his second rallycross podium (of two RX races so far this season) of the year with a 3rd place overall at the ARX round in Trois-Rivieres, Canada.

Block lead the way with Loenbro Motorsports teammate Steve Arpin in Q1, finishing 1st in his race and sitting 2nd overall after day one. When qualifying was complete, Block held P2 overall and Steve Arpin was on P4, setting Block up for pole position in Semi-Final 2 with Arpin right next to him. Block made it all the way into the final, where he drove an impressive race and came away with 3rd overall.

It was a challenging weekend to find the top pace, but Loenbro Motorsports’ ongoing development of the Ford Focus RS RX continues to make good progress, and both cars are increasingly more competitive.

Block currently sits 4th overall in the championship with 49 points despite having skipped the season opener at Silverstone. He will race one more ARX round this year in September (at COTA) to make another push at the top of the podium!

Ken Block Announces New Partnership With Marine Products And His Shift To Supra Boats

A long-time outdoor enthusiast, Ken Block is pleased to announce a massive improvement to his summer fun at home in Park City, Utah: a new relationship for 2018 with Marine Products and Supra Boats.
A long-time outdoor enthusiast, Ken Block is pleased to announce a massive improvement to his summer fun at home in Park City, Utah: a new relationship for 2018 with Marine Products and Supra Boats.
A long-time outdoor enthusiast, Ken Block is pleased to announce a massive improvement to his summer fun at home in Park City, Utah: a new relationship for 2018 with Marine Products and Supra Boats.
A long-time outdoor enthusiast, Ken Block is pleased to announce a massive improvement to his summer fun at home in Park City, Utah: a new relationship for 2018 with Marine Products and Supra Boats.
A long-time outdoor enthusiast, Ken Block is pleased to announce a massive improvement to his summer fun at home in Park City, Utah: a new relationship for 2018 with Marine Products and Supra Boats.

A long-time outdoor enthusiast, Ken Block is pleased to announce a massive improvement to his summer fun at home in Park City, Utah: a new relationship for 2018 with Marine Products and Supra Boats.

For this summer’s boating season, Block made the decision to partner with Marine Products and to get behind the wheel of a 2018 Supra SL, powered by a 6.2L Ford Raptor motor that’s been finessed by Indmar for marine usage and features a Roush supercharger, generating 580 lb-ft of perfect wake-creating torque.

“I made the decision earlier this year that I wanted to get myself and my family into the absolute best boat on the water for this summer,” said Block. “We love hitting the local lakes around Park City, as well as heading down to Lake Powell every summer, and now that my kids are getting bigger, they’re really getting into wakeboarding and wake surfing. When doing my research and in speaking with the folks over at Marine Products, Supra came to the top of the list—especially since there’s the option for that supercharged Raptor V8! Plus, I think this boat matches nicely with my matte black Ford F450 that we’re using to haul it this season. I’m really looking forward to getting this thing out there this week and making some waves.”

With Block being Block, a stock-appearing Supra SL wouldn’t be enough. He’s outfitted his with a custom wrap to match his racecars for this current season—pictured here with his 90’s Ford Escort RS Cosworth WRC rally car featuring artwork originally designed by Death Spray Custom out of the U.K., as well as collaborating with Marine Products on an exclusive pair of t-shirts to match, available soon at https://marine-products.com/.

Ken Block And Alex Gelsomino 3rd Overall At Oregon Trail Rally In Block's Ford Escort Rs Cosworth!

This past weekend, Hoonigan Racing Division’s Ken Block brought himself back into stage rally for the first time in 3 years with co-driver Alex Gelsomino. After multiple seasons dedicated to rallycross, Block chose to spread his abilities out a bit more for 2018 and that meant getting back to his original passion: stage rally. For his domestic events in 2018, Block decided to purchase and run a 1991 Ford Escort Cosworth WRC Group A car, a vehicle most would describe as “historic.” Known best for having “that wing,” the Cossie is one of Block’s favorite classic Ford gravel machines and he put it to good use, placing it third overall in the weekend’s Oregon Trail Rally and second overall in the Open Class.
This past weekend, Hoonigan Racing Division’s Ken Block brought himself back into stage rally for the first time in 3 years with co-driver Alex Gelsomino. After multiple seasons dedicated to rallycross, Block chose to spread his abilities out a bit more for 2018 and that meant getting back to his original passion: stage rally. For his domestic events in 2018, Block decided to purchase and run a 1991 Ford Escort Cosworth WRC Group A car, a vehicle most would describe as “historic.” Known best for having “that wing,” the Cossie is one of Block’s favorite classic Ford gravel machines and he put it to good use, placing it third overall in the weekend’s Oregon Trail Rally and second overall in the Open Class.
This past weekend, Hoonigan Racing Division’s Ken Block brought himself back into stage rally for the first time in 3 years with co-driver Alex Gelsomino. After multiple seasons dedicated to rallycross, Block chose to spread his abilities out a bit more for 2018 and that meant getting back to his original passion: stage rally. For his domestic events in 2018, Block decided to purchase and run a 1991 Ford Escort Cosworth WRC Group A car, a vehicle most would describe as “historic.” Known best for having “that wing,” the Cossie is one of Block’s favorite classic Ford gravel machines and he put it to good use, placing it third overall in the weekend’s Oregon Trail Rally and second overall in the Open Class.
This past weekend, Hoonigan Racing Division’s Ken Block brought himself back into stage rally for the first time in 3 years with co-driver Alex Gelsomino. After multiple seasons dedicated to rallycross, Block chose to spread his abilities out a bit more for 2018 and that meant getting back to his original passion: stage rally. For his domestic events in 2018, Block decided to purchase and run a 1991 Ford Escort Cosworth WRC Group A car, a vehicle most would describe as “historic.” Known best for having “that wing,” the Cossie is one of Block’s favorite classic Ford gravel machines and he put it to good use, placing it third overall in the weekend’s Oregon Trail Rally and second overall in the Open Class.
This past weekend, Hoonigan Racing Division’s Ken Block brought himself back into stage rally for the first time in 3 years with co-driver Alex Gelsomino. After multiple seasons dedicated to rallycross, Block chose to spread his abilities out a bit more for 2018 and that meant getting back to his original passion: stage rally. For his domestic events in 2018, Block decided to purchase and run a 1991 Ford Escort Cosworth WRC Group A car, a vehicle most would describe as “historic.” Known best for having “that wing,” the Cossie is one of Block’s favorite classic Ford gravel machines and he put it to good use, placing it third overall in the weekend’s Oregon Trail Rally and second overall in the Open Class.

This past weekend, Hoonigan Racing Division’s Ken Block brought himself back into stage rally for the first time in 3 years with co-driver Alex Gelsomino. After multiple seasons dedicated to rallycross, Block chose to spread his abilities out a bit more for 2018 and that meant getting back to his original passion: stage rally. For his domestic events in 2018, Block decided to purchase and run a 1991 Ford Escort Cosworth WRC Group A car, a vehicle most would describe as “historic.” Known best for having “that wing,” the Cossie is one of Block’s favorite classic Ford gravel machines and he put it to good use, placing it third overall in the weekend’s Oregon Trail Rally and second overall in the Open Class.

“This first race in my Ford Escort Cossie was a lot of fun,” said Block. “It was a new challenge for me to push an older car like this to the limit on these roads, and while the car definitely has some quirks, it made for a hell of a fun weekend of racing. In fact, despite what feels like minuscule suspension travel, I still managed to send it the third farthest over the big jump in this race. 102 feet through the air in a car that's 27 years old! Plus, I managed to place it on the overall podium in third. Not bad for a car that's officially historic!”

The podium finish helps get Block’s varied 2018 schedule off to a great start and proved that despite some time away from stage rally and a car that was significantly older than the majority of the field (and about 1.5 to 2 seconds per mile slower than a modern top-level car), Block still has what it takes to be competitive out in the gravel.

But, it wasn’t all smooth sailing, Block and Gelsomino had several issues through the event due to the age of the car. An oil cap disappeared and was repaired with duct tape, some of their wheels didn’t fit properly for three stages and they also managed to break the front suspension with 1.5 stages left in the event. In spite of all this however, they still came away with a podium finish.

Block will next run his 1991 Ford Escort Cosworth at the New England Forest Rally in July.

Gymkhana Grid 2017 - South Africa!

For this year's Gymkhana GRID, Monster Energy took the event to Johannesburg, South Africa. This marked the first time that GRID had ever been held on the continent and proved to be the biggest and most exciting GRID to-date.
For this year's Gymkhana GRID, Monster Energy took the event to Johannesburg, South Africa. This marked the first time that GRID had ever been held on the continent and proved to be the biggest and most exciting GRID to-date.
For this year's Gymkhana GRID, Monster Energy took the event to Johannesburg, South Africa. This marked the first time that GRID had ever been held on the continent and proved to be the biggest and most exciting GRID to-date.
For this year's Gymkhana GRID, Monster Energy took the event to Johannesburg, South Africa. This marked the first time that GRID had ever been held on the continent and proved to be the biggest and most exciting GRID to-date.
For this year's Gymkhana GRID, Monster Energy took the event to Johannesburg, South Africa. This marked the first time that GRID had ever been held on the continent and proved to be the biggest and most exciting GRID to-date.

For this year's Gymkhana GRID, Monster Energy took the event to Johannesburg, South Africa. This marked the first time that GRID had ever been held on the continent and proved to be the biggest and most exciting GRID to-date.

Spread across an action-packed 4 days (media day, open practice day, two competition days) in sun-drenched Johannesburg, the competition drew competitors not just from South Africa, but all the way from Europe and the U.K., including multi-time rear wheel-drive champion Luke Woodham. The all wheel-drive class also saw both Ken Block and Andreas Bakkerud competing (Block in his Ford Fiesta RX43, Bakkerud in the Focus RS RX rallycross car) side-by-side in their final competition as teammates. Other stars joining in the all wheel-drive class included Petter Solberg and current World RX champion Johan Kristoffersson.

"I'm blown away but how much this event has grown," said Block. "When Monster first started hosting these for us, they were fairly simple events. But now they've helped grow it to a level that's truly impressive. Based on just the level of competition alone it's a massive improvement from our first one, but in terms of the actual course building and on-site infrastructure, this year's Gymkhana GRID truly feels like it's arrived. The setup in South Africa was great and the support from the local fans that came out to watch blew me away. The people of South Africa are truly passionate about motorsports, which I find very relatable! I'm looking forward to focusing a bit more on GRID myself in 2018 and beyond and trying to help grow it even further. Maybe we'll even try and have an event or two in North America next year!"

Ken Block's Ford Rs200 And Focus Rs Daily Drivers

Recently, Ford Performance helped Ken Block debut his latest vehicle acquisition: a 1986 Ford RS200. Originally built to compete in the Group B era of the World Rally Championship, Block's car is one of 200 units that were required to be built to meet homologation rules. Block's RS200 features an Evolution variant of the 4-cylinder turbo motor, custom tuned to make 700+ horsepower. The car also features a custom black paint job with matte black vinyl laid on top, upgraded interior, custom KW coilover suspension, fifteen52 wheels and Toyo Tires.
Recently, Ford Performance helped Ken Block debut his latest vehicle acquisition: a 1986 Ford RS200. Originally built to compete in the Group B era of the World Rally Championship, Block's car is one of 200 units that were required to be built to meet homologation rules. Block's RS200 features an Evolution variant of the 4-cylinder turbo motor, custom tuned to make 700+ horsepower. The car also features a custom black paint job with matte black vinyl laid on top, upgraded interior, custom KW coilover suspension, fifteen52 wheels and Toyo Tires.
Recently, Ford Performance helped Ken Block debut his latest vehicle acquisition: a 1986 Ford RS200. Originally built to compete in the Group B era of the World Rally Championship, Block's car is one of 200 units that were required to be built to meet homologation rules. Block's RS200 features an Evolution variant of the 4-cylinder turbo motor, custom tuned to make 700+ horsepower. The car also features a custom black paint job with matte black vinyl laid on top, upgraded interior, custom KW coilover suspension, fifteen52 wheels and Toyo Tires.
Recently, Ford Performance helped Ken Block debut his latest vehicle acquisition: a 1986 Ford RS200. Originally built to compete in the Group B era of the World Rally Championship, Block's car is one of 200 units that were required to be built to meet homologation rules. Block's RS200 features an Evolution variant of the 4-cylinder turbo motor, custom tuned to make 700+ horsepower. The car also features a custom black paint job with matte black vinyl laid on top, upgraded interior, custom KW coilover suspension, fifteen52 wheels and Toyo Tires.

Recently, Ford Performance helped Ken Block debut his latest vehicle acquisition: a 1986 Ford RS200. Originally built to compete in the Group B era of the World Rally Championship, Block's car is one of 200 units that were required to be built to meet homologation rules. Block's RS200 features an Evolution variant of the 4-cylinder turbo motor, custom tuned to make 700+ horsepower. The car also features a custom black paint job with matte black vinyl laid on top, upgraded interior, custom KW coilover suspension, fifteen52 wheels and Toyo Tires.

To see Block's new RS200 in action, alongside his matching 2017 Ford Focus RS, check out Ford Performance's video about Block's dueling "daily drivers" here.

And, to learn even more about Block's RS200, check out The Hoonigan's Daily Transmission episode on it here.

Specs for Ken Block's RS200:

  • 1986 Ford RS200
  • 1 of 200 units built for the World Rally Championship's Legendary Group B homologation
  • 1 of only 24 Evolution motor packages built featuring a 2.1 liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine
  • Currently running 700+ horsepower on pump gas (800+ on race gas)
  • 18 inch fiftteen52 Evo SC wheel
  • 18 inch Toyo R888R Proxes tires
  • Custom KW Suspension
  • Custom updated sueded interior
  • Custom black paint with matte black vinyl overlay

Ken Block's Ski-Doo Sled Shred!

Last winter, Ski-Doo sent the HHIC, Ken Block a few Ski-Doo Freestyles and Summits to use and rip around the mountains of Utah. So, Block invited professional Ski-Doo ambassadors Carl Kuster and Ashley Chaffin out to join him and show him just how hard you can push a sled. And, since Block in-part comes from the snowboarding world, he also made sure to invite a few pals that can snowboard as well: Olympic Gold Medalist Sage Kotesnburg and last season's Rider of the Year, Bode Merrill.
Last winter, Ski-Doo sent the HHIC, Ken Block a few Ski-Doo Freestyles and Summits to use and rip around the mountains of Utah. So, Block invited professional Ski-Doo ambassadors Carl Kuster and Ashley Chaffin out to join him and show him just how hard you can push a sled. And, since Block in-part comes from the snowboarding world, he also made sure to invite a few pals that can snowboard as well: Olympic Gold Medalist Sage Kotesnburg and last season's Rider of the Year, Bode Merrill.
Last winter, Ski-Doo sent the HHIC, Ken Block a few Ski-Doo Freestyles and Summits to use and rip around the mountains of Utah. So, Block invited professional Ski-Doo ambassadors Carl Kuster and Ashley Chaffin out to join him and show him just how hard you can push a sled. And, since Block in-part comes from the snowboarding world, he also made sure to invite a few pals that can snowboard as well: Olympic Gold Medalist Sage Kotesnburg and last season's Rider of the Year, Bode Merrill.
Last winter, Ski-Doo sent the HHIC, Ken Block a few Ski-Doo Freestyles and Summits to use and rip around the mountains of Utah. So, Block invited professional Ski-Doo ambassadors Carl Kuster and Ashley Chaffin out to join him and show him just how hard you can push a sled. And, since Block in-part comes from the snowboarding world, he also made sure to invite a few pals that can snowboard as well: Olympic Gold Medalist Sage Kotesnburg and last season's Rider of the Year, Bode Merrill.
Last winter, Ski-Doo sent the HHIC, Ken Block a few Ski-Doo Freestyles and Summits to use and rip around the mountains of Utah. So, Block invited professional Ski-Doo ambassadors Carl Kuster and Ashley Chaffin out to join him and show him just how hard you can push a sled. And, since Block in-part comes from the snowboarding world, he also made sure to invite a few pals that can snowboard as well: Olympic Gold Medalist Sage Kotesnburg and last season's Rider of the Year, Bode Merrill.

Last winter, Ski-Doo sent the HHIC, Ken Block a few Ski-Doo Freestyles and Summits to use and rip around the mountains of Utah. So, Block invited professional Ski-Doo ambassadors Carl Kuster and Ashley Chaffin out to join him and show him just how hard you can push a sled. And, since Block in-part comes from the snowboarding world, he also made sure to invite a few pals that can snowboard as well: Olympic Gold Medalist Sage Kotesnburg and last season's Rider of the Year, Bode Merrill.

The whole crew got wild in the powder paradise known as Powder Mountain, a mountain resort in Block's home-state of Utah. The crew used the Ski-Doo snowmobiles to shred around the backcountry and shuttle the snowboarders around to ride the powder and rip some fun jumps.

Block said; “This was such a fun project. I got to rip around on one of my favorite motorized toys in the powder, ride my snowboard in some epic powder conditions, plus do this with some of the most talented snowboarders and snowmobilers in the business. And, I even did some donuts in the parking lot with my sled. All in all, one of the best snowmobiling and snowboarding experiences I've ever had!"

The project was fondly called #SkiDooSledShred. Check out the photos and video!

#Hrdwifeybronco, Ken Block's Anniversary Gift To His Wife

While a 13th wedding anniversary may not be officially "the fully restored and modified 1974 Ford Bronco" anniversary, it is in the Block household.

A year-long project build that was handled by NSB Performance in Edgewater, Florida, Block's wife's Bronco is't your normal 1974 model. Fully frame-off restored, the truck features a slew of upgrades. Ford Performance supplied a 5.0l Coyote crate V8 as well as transmission, National Parts Depot supplied a lot of replacement panels, and Toyo Tires and fifteen52 supplied the tire/wheel combo for this rig.
While a 13th wedding anniversary may not be officially "the fully restored and modified 1974 Ford Bronco" anniversary, it is in the Block household.

A year-long project build that was handled by NSB Performance in Edgewater, Florida, Block's wife's Bronco is't your normal 1974 model. Fully frame-off restored, the truck features a slew of upgrades. Ford Performance supplied a 5.0l Coyote crate V8 as well as transmission, National Parts Depot supplied a lot of replacement panels, and Toyo Tires and fifteen52 supplied the tire/wheel combo for this rig.

While a 13th wedding anniversary may not be officially "the fully restored and modified 1974 Ford Bronco" anniversary, it is in the Block household.

A year-long project build that was handled by NSB Performance in Edgewater, Florida, Block's wife's Bronco isn't your normal 1974 model. Fully frame-off restored, the truck features a slew of upgrades. Ford Performance supplied a 5.0l Coyote crate V8 as well as transmission, National Parts Depot supplied a lot of replacement panels, and Toyo Tires and fifteen52 supplied the tire/wheel combo for this rig.

The goal was to build the ultimate around-town and on-trail Park City truck for his wife in the summers. Based on her reaction upon seeing it, it's safe to assume he achieved that.

In addition to the Bronco, Block also gave his wife a Ford Fiesta R2 rally car built by M-Sport. Why the rally car? Because in addition to having great taste in classic trucks, Block's wife also enjoys racing stage rally (she's done 7 to-date) and the couple look forward to racing at a few in the U.S. in 2018.

Block Heads To Moab With Saxx For A Camping Adventure

Recently, Ken Block and his family embarked on a weekend camping trip to Utah's well-known Moab area. Loading up all of his toys (three Can-Am Maverick units, two tricked out with custom handbrakes and a handful of Specialized mountain bikes), he and his family climbed into an Earth Roamer (check them out here: www.earthroamer.com) that he had on loan and headed down.
Recently, Ken Block and his family embarked on a weekend camping trip to Utah's well-known Moab area. Loading up all of his toys (three Can-Am Maverick units, two tricked out with custom handbrakes and a handful of Specialized mountain bikes), he and his family climbed into an Earth Roamer (check them out here: www.earthroamer.com) that he had on loan and headed down.
Recently, Ken Block and his family embarked on a weekend camping trip to Utah's well-known Moab area. Loading up all of his toys (three Can-Am Maverick units, two tricked out with custom handbrakes and a handful of Specialized mountain bikes), he and his family climbed into an Earth Roamer (check them out here: www.earthroamer.com) that he had on loan and headed down.
Recently, Ken Block and his family embarked on a weekend camping trip to Utah's well-known Moab area. Loading up all of his toys (three Can-Am Maverick units, two tricked out with custom handbrakes and a handful of Specialized mountain bikes), he and his family climbed into an Earth Roamer (check them out here: www.earthroamer.com) that he had on loan and headed down.
Recently, Ken Block and his family embarked on a weekend camping trip to Utah's well-known Moab area. Loading up all of his toys (three Can-Am Maverick units, two tricked out with custom handbrakes and a handful of Specialized mountain bikes), he and his family climbed into an Earth Roamer (check them out here: www.earthroamer.com) that he had on loan and headed down.
Recently, Ken Block and his family embarked on a weekend camping trip to Utah's well-known Moab area. Loading up all of his toys (three Can-Am Maverick units, two tricked out with custom handbrakes and a handful of Specialized mountain bikes), he and his family climbed into an Earth Roamer (check them out here: www.earthroamer.com) that he had on loan and headed down.

Recently, Ken Block and his family embarked on a weekend camping trip to Utah's well-known Moab area. Loading up all of his toys (three Can-Am Maverick units, two tricked out with custom handbrakes and a handful of Specialized mountain bikes), he and his family climbed into an Earth Roamer (check them out here: www.earthroamer.com) that he had on loan and headed down.

Once in Moab, Block and his family rendezvoused with SAXX Underwear for a product photoshoot, as well as with fellow SAXX brand ambassador and Specialized professional downhill mountain biker, Kyle Norbraten, for some riding sprinkled in between getting product shots.

A favorite vacation destination for Block and his family, this year's Moab trip didn't disappoint. See some of the highlights here, in SAXX's video.

And, for more detail, check out the article on the trip by Gear Patrol: https://gearpatrol.com/2017/06/21/meet-ken-block/

New Hrd Ford Pickup Trucks For 2017

All joking aside, one thing that Ken Block and Hoonigan Racing Division take very seriously are their trucks! A race team requires the right vehicles to move racecars and supplies around, and Block himself requires the right vehicle to enjoy his home-life in the mountains of Park City, Utah. That’s why, for 2017, Block has updated his fleet of vehicles to now include a new 2017 Ford Raptor as well as a new 2017 Ford F-450.
All joking aside, one thing that Ken Block and Hoonigan Racing Division take very seriously are their trucks! A race team requires the right vehicles to move racecars and supplies around, and Block himself requires the right vehicle to enjoy his home-life in the mountains of Park City, Utah. That’s why, for 2017, Block has updated his fleet of vehicles to now include a new 2017 Ford Raptor as well as a new 2017 Ford F-450.
All joking aside, one thing that Ken Block and Hoonigan Racing Division take very seriously are their trucks! A race team requires the right vehicles to move racecars and supplies around, and Block himself requires the right vehicle to enjoy his home-life in the mountains of Park City, Utah. That’s why, for 2017, Block has updated his fleet of vehicles to now include a new 2017 Ford Raptor as well as a new 2017 Ford F-450.
All joking aside, one thing that Ken Block and Hoonigan Racing Division take very seriously are their trucks! A race team requires the right vehicles to move racecars and supplies around, and Block himself requires the right vehicle to enjoy his home-life in the mountains of Park City, Utah. That’s why, for 2017, Block has updated his fleet of vehicles to now include a new 2017 Ford Raptor as well as a new 2017 Ford F-450.

All joking aside, one thing that Ken Block and Hoonigan Racing Division take very seriously are their trucks! A race team requires the right vehicles to move racecars and supplies around, and Block himself requires the right vehicle to enjoy his home-life in the mountains of Park City, Utah. That’s why, for 2017, Block has updated his fleet of vehicles to now include a new 2017 Ford Raptor as well as a new 2017 Ford F-450.

While the Raptor will be part of Block’s “daily driver” fleet that also includes a Focus RS, the F-450 is part of the race team fleet of heavy duty trucks (the fleet also includes a new 2017 F-350 as well). However, during the off-season, Block has found a new purpose for the F-450: Ski-Doo snowmobile hauler! Both vehicles now feature matching matte black wrap jobs, with the Raptor running custom forged fifteen52 Turbomac HD wheels and Toyo Open Country MT tires and the F-450 running powdercoated aluminum semi-truck wheels and fresh Toyos as well.

The two trucks together form an admirable winter pairing, perfect for whatever adventures are thrown at them.