Introducing the 2020 Rocky Mountain Goodguys Hall of Fame Road Tour!

With continually growing popularity Goodguys is bringing two Hall of Fame Road Tours to the 2020 season! After hosting two tours in 2019 for the first time, the decision to continue that tradition was an easy one to make – twice as many cars, twice as many people, and twice as much fun! We previewed the “Parks & Plains” tour last week, and here is the downlow on the second tour in 2020 – the “Rocky Mountain” Hall of Fame Road Tour.

The Rocky Mountain Tour will be led by Goodguys’ VP of Sales & Sponsorship Ed Capen who is no stranger to coordinating, planning, and leading epic road trips across America! The 2020 Rocky Mountain Tour will take ideas from the 2018 Hall of Fame Road Tour as far as scenic roads and visiting National Parks and famous landmarks, but it will also venture into new geographic locations that no Goodguys Hall of Fame Road Tour has visited yet!

Shops and stops we plan on seeing on the Rocky Mountain tour include (in no particular order): Racedeck, Browning-Kimball car museum, West Yellowstone National Park, Hot Springs State Park, Medicine Bow National Forest, Estes Park/Stanley Hotel, Pikes Peak Summit, Monument Lake, Bob Owens’ salvage yard, Jack Sisemore RV Museum, Walden, CO, Idaho Falls, ID, Upper Falls of Yellowstone River, Wind River Canyon, Budweiser plant tour, Garden of the Gods, Witt Motors Inc., Horton Car Museum, HS Customs, Buffalo Bill Museum, Snake River Canyon, Wyoming Frontier Prison Museum, Pinkee’s Rod Shop, Mark Warrick’s private collection, Pepperidge Farms, Royal Gorge Bridge, Half Pint Taproom & Restoration Hall before ending at the 28th Summit Racing Lone Star Nationals in Fort Worth, TX. *locations are subject to change, and additional locations may still be added

You can’t go wrong on either of these awesome Road Tours that Goodguys has planned in 2020! What’s even cooler is that both tours are scheduled to intersect each other a few times during their individual journeys!

If you want to reserve a spot on the Parks & Plains or Rocky Mountain tour, registration opens the morning of Friday, February 14th. Each of the two tours is limited to 50 vehicles so claim your spot quickly, they will both fill up fast!

To register for either tour visit on the morning of February 14th for further registration information. #yagottadriveem

Associate Editor

Steven is the grandson to the legendary Bob Bunker who piloted the green "Folsom Flash" 1955 Chevy from the 70's through the 90's. As a dragstrip kid, Steven started his automotive journalism path by photographing drag racing events and also building drag cars while working in his fathers shop. Since joining our team, Steven has grown leaps and bounds journalistically. He is now artfully crafting stories around the awesome machines at the shows, as well as the men and women behind them. When Steven is not on the road covering events, he spends his downtime out on the water fishing, building his 1962 Chevy Nova, or cruising his 1987 GMC Suburban.

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