March 7th, 2020 – NWBR Update!
Today we had a meeting of the Bronco Roundup Crew and we are just waiting for the t-shirt graphics before we go forward with this years registration.
We are updating our website sponsors daily, and will be adding a whole bunch more soon!
We are still working on a bunch of exciting and new ideas for this years events and will be updating the events page soon, stay tuned for more info!!!
This years event is starting August 12th – 15th, 2020 in Florence, Oregon!
September 12th, 2019 – NWBR 2020 Updates & Event Dates!
To Our Northwest Bronco Roundup Extended Family…
We had an unbelievable great year at the 2019 Northwest Bronco Roundup! We were in the neighborhood of 275 Bronco’s, with over 20 of them being first timers. The food drive had a mind blowing 8,616lbs of food destined to serve the entire West Lane County, crushing our 5k lbs goal.
Jesse M Honeyman State Park made for an excellent backdrop to some wonderful campfire time with new & old friends alike.
You would think that you have seen it all, well… YOU AIN’T SEEN NOTHIN’ YET!!! Save the date for the 2020 Northwest Bronco Roundup – August 12th – 15th, 2020
We have already lined up more things than you could possibly do in the time that you’re here! We’re announcing the return of the Sand Games, Covered Bridge Tour, a new Waterfall Hike, Scavenger Hunt, and an all new Old Town Street Party!!! In addition to all that, we’re also working with our sponsors to expand events with them as well.
More announcements to come, so be sure and save the dates… this is going to be one for the ages!!
We hope to see you all in 2020
-Tom Dummer & the NWBR Crew
List of needed items to attend the Northwest Bronco Roundup 2020:
- A Ford Bronco (Duh!) Whether it’s an uncut stocker or heavily modified; a Bronco’s a Bronco and we welcome all to attend!
- If you plan on cruising the Oregon Coast Dunes with the group of early Bronco’s a sturdy roll cage is a good idea and great piece of safety equipment to have for your old horse! We at least recommend running a hard top on the dunes if your Bronco isn’t equipped with a roll cage. A soft top just won’t cut it in the event of a roll over. Remember, drive your Bronco within your comfort zone, always be safe and have a good time!
- A working fire extinguisher is required to have on hand in your Bronco at all times. If you don’t have one or need to replace the one in your Bronco, there are many early Bronco vendors’ that carry high quality fire extinguishers for your rig. Browse the sponsor’s listed on this site!
- A current / up to date Oregon OHV permit is required to journey out on the Oregon dunes! These permits can be purchased throughout the town of Florence, Oregon. We recommend hitting up the Sportsman which is located at 249 Highway 101 Florence, OR 97439:
- A red dune flag is required when driving on the sand and they must be visible 9 feet above the ground. You can pick up a dune flag at the Sportsman while you’re purchasing an Oregon OHV permit!
- Bring canned food for our canned food drive if you can! Tom Dummer helps put this on every year and he does a great job along with all of the help from you! The canned food we donate goes towards the Florence Food Share program. This time of year during the event the Florence Food Share is generally in high demand for canned food goods. Every single canned food you donate makes a BIG difference to someone’s life and both of us and the Florence Food Share greatly appreciate all your help and donations! 1 flat or more gives you up to 2 extra raffle tickets!
- And most importantly, whether you’re an experienced dune driver or have never brought your Bronco onto the sand… EVERYONE can do it and we cater to all levels of experience. Broncos of all sizes, whether uncut or jacked up, all-terrains to boggers, your Ford Bronco can tackle the dunes with ease!
Please check back to the site often for updates!
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks and we hope to see you at the 2020 Northwest Bronco Roundup!