Professional bull rider 2005 World Finals champion Guilherme Marchi, 2001 World Finals champion Luke Snyder and 19-year-old sensation Travis Briscoe will make a rare combined appearance Thursday, Sept. 21, at the L.A. County Fair.
The trio will be at the Jeffrey Scott Fine Magnetics booth from 4 to 6 p.m. in Fairplex 9. The riders will then judge the Bull X MotoRodeo that evening in the grandstand, part of the End of Summer Concert Series presented by Toyota.
Marchi sits atop the Built Ford Tough Series standings and is poised to compete for his first World Title as the 30-city tour heads for the finals in Las Vegas next month. Marchi captured the 2005 World Finals Championship and is ready to add the coveted title of “PBR World Champion” to his impressive list of accomplishments. On Sept. 15, he claimed the $90,000 Mossy Oak Shootout bonus at the Johnsonville Brats Jerome Davis Challenge in North Carolina.
“Cool Hand Luke” Snyder, the 2001 World Finals Champion and 2001 PBR Rookie of the Year, will be competing in his 6th straight World Finals and holds the longest active consecutive events streak on the PBR Tour. Consistency has helped Snyder earn a spot in the Top 25 places on the Built Ford Tough Series.
Briscoe has hit the PBR Circuit full force and has already won two events on the Built Ford Tough Series Tour this year. Briscoe is in the Top 10 and, at just 19 years old, is poised to complete what would be a career best year for most riders.
Bull X MotoRodeo is dirty, noisy, speedy, ear-pounding, adrenaline-pumping fun! This year for the first time on Sept. 21 at the L.A. County Fair, Bull X MotoRodeo will blast into the grandstand with its unique combination of bull riding, motocross, monster trucks, and freestyle big air quads in an off-road rodeo unlike any rodeo you’ve seen. This not-to-be-missed event will feature an off-road long jump contest, quads that perform incredible 360-degree back flips, a freestyle motocross exhibition and a monster truck wheelie contest. You can’t have more fun than this without getting into trouble.