Way back in August, FoMoCo announced the location of the first Ford Bronco Off-Roadeo – Austin, Texas. However, since then, we haven’t heard a peep about where the other three Off-Roadeos might take place. Now, the automaker has finally filled out its 2021 schedule and revealed the remaining locations, so it’s time to mark those calendars.
First, it’s worth noting that the Austin Ford Bronco Off-Roadeo won’t actually take place in Austin, but rather, about an hour from the fast-growing city. The next location is none other than Moab, a famous destination for off-roaders and a place the 2021 Ford Bronco has been tested extensively already.
Next up is Vermont, where a private trail system will provide drivers with plenty of challenges, including the state’s Class 4 roads, which are deemed “passable but not maintained.” Finally, Nevada rounds out the Off-Roadeo locations with plenty of rugged deserts to traverse just outside of Las Vegas, on both private and public trails.
As we previously reported, those who purchase a 2021 Ford Bronco, Bronco Sport Badlands, or Bronco Sport First Edition are eligible to attend the Ford Bronco Off-Roadeo. Those folks have one calendar year from the date of delivery to register for and attend the event. Additional reservations will be available to purchase on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The event is free for those eligible owners, though Ford does not cover the cost of lodging and travel, plus there’s a registration and processing fee. The 1.5-day experience has been designed for both amateur off-roaders and experts alike, and is intended to instill confidence and provide owners with the skills and knowledge necessary to get their Broncos out and enjoy them on the trails.
Registration for the Ford Bronco Off-Roadeo opens up in early 2021, and can be completed (once available) by heading over here.