When it comes to bull riding, cowboys and cowgirls throughout the United States know the PBR Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour is one of the most exciting events professional bull riders participate in each and every year. While January kicked off the fourth season of the PBR Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour, there’s no doubt this year’s event calendar will be filled with non-stop action and intense competition from many of the sport’s top names.
2017 PBR Velocity Tour
PBR Media Coverage
As the sport continues to grow, media coverage of the PBR Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour continues to grow as well. Leading the charge this year will be the Cowboy Lifestyle Network, which is the most popular media outlet for fans who want the latest news on their favorite events and professional bull riders. With its videos, photos, and great interviews, CLN is sure to give hard-core bull riding fans everything they want and much more. Along with this coverage from CLN, additional media coverage will be provided by the Ak-Chin Indian Community, Earnhardt Auto Centers, and Papa John’s Pizza Road Team, guaranteeing cowboys and cowgirls the best possible media coverage.
With plenty of events upcoming in 2017, the year promises more thrills and spills than ever before. Some of the most popular stops on the event calendar include:
—Worcester Challenge, Worcester, MA February 25
–Hampton Classic, Hampton, VA March 4
—Bangor Buck Off, Bangor, ME March 11-12
–Fresno Invitational, Fresno, CA March 25
For many of the competitors in the PBR Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour, it’s critical to do as well as possible each and every time wherever they are on the event calendar. This is because any points these professional bull riders earn on these tour events can be applied to the Built Ford Tough Series, allowing the bull riding competitors to qualify for even bigger prizes later in the season.
Don’t Miss the Action
If you’re a true bull riding fan, you won’t want to miss any of the action on the tour this season. Whether you’re a transplanted cowboy or cowgirl in Maine or one that can catch the action in California, there’s no doubt you’ll witness the most intense competition available today. If you like hanging on the edge of your seat to see who can make it to the magical eight-second mark, plan on attending one or more of these incredible events.