Rocky Ridge Trucks
Kid Rock‘s career has taken him all over the map in terms of musical style, but ...
Kid Rock‘s career has taken him all over the map in terms of musical style, but he seems to have found a home in country music. He originally found his place in the genre with the release of his first country hit, “Picture,” in 2002. His 2008 smash hit “All Summer Long” further secured his spot in the country music community.
Now, Rock has joined a long list of fellow country stars that have fallen in love with custom pickup trucks. Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, and the guys in Florida Georgia Line have all purchased customized trucks from Rocky Ridge Trucks in Georgia. Rocky Ridge has also sold customized vehicles to NASCAR drivers, including Jeb Burton, John Hunter Nemachek, and Chase Elliott.
Rock just so happens to be one of Rocky Ridge’s latest customers. As reported by Maxim, Rock is the proud new owner of a completely customized GMC Sierra 1500. Designed specifically for Rock, the white and black truck features a few personal touches that reflect Rock’s personality and style.
If you glance at the back of the truck you’ll notice a distinct “Detroit Cowboy” badge. The badge acknowledges how Rock grew up in the Detroit area and also references his hit song “Cowboy.”
In addition to the badge, the truck also features custom upholstery inside. The upholstery features a bald eagle with its wings spread wide and the words “American Bad Ass” in banners along the eagle’s top and bottom. This is a reference to yet another one of Rock’s songs, the 2000 rap metal hit of the same name.
Rock’s new set of wheels is also well-equipped to go off-roading, with Rocky Ridge’s Signature Series six-inch suspension lift, 35-inch Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ tires, 20-inch Black Havok off-road wheels, and stealth-coated hood, grille, and bumpers.
Are you jealous? Who else out there wants a truck like this?
We hope Rock enjoys cruising around in his new truck. We can just see him now, driving down a country road somewhere listening to his hits like “All Summer Long!”