Weekend on the Edge to be Held in September - Engine Builder Magazine

Weekend on the Edge to be Held in September

The annual celebration of all things diesel is set to impress yet again in 2016. Edge will host Weekend on the Edge on September 17, 2016, in Ogden, UT. Attendees and spectators from across the country will be on hand to experience the best in diesel performance.


The annual celebration of all things diesel is set to impress yet again in 2016. Edge will host Weekend on the Edge on September 17, 2016, in Ogden, UT.  Attendees and spectators from across the country will be on hand to experience the best in diesel performance. Edge will award purse money for all of those involved to continue keeping Weekend on the Edge one of the biggest events in the country.

Edge will kick off festivities with an open house and dyno day at its headquarters in Ogden. There is no charge for attending the dyno event. Sled pull tickets will be on sale for Saturday night’s pull at Golden Spike Arena, at the dyno event, and on site at the arena. Adults are $15, children between the ages of 6-12 are $10 and those under the age of 6 are free! As always, receive free admission with a Military ID.

Edge will have multiple dynos up and running this year. Trucks begin lining up early so make sure you’re there to get your spot and show us what your truck can do! In 2015, we witnessed amazing horsepower numbers. Shawn Baca, from Industrial Injection, put down an impressive, record-breaking 2,168 horsepower. Will there be a truck that can top that this year? You better come out to find out. Several partners will be on site with displays, giveaways, and impressive trucks on display.

Season championships are on the line Saturday night when the Edge Pulling Series takes center stage at the Golden Spike Arena. Come watch some of the most powerful trucks in the country compete for big prize money, bragging rights, and class titles.

For more information: www.weekendontheedge.com

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