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News New Ford Bronco Off-Roadeo Event Lets Jeep Owners Experience the Other Side

New Ford Bronco Off-Roadeo Event Lets Jeep Owners Experience the Other Side

Anyone now welcome to the off-roadeo

  • Bronco Off-Roadeo now open to everyone with half-day events

  • Full day drives continue to be Bronco-owner-only

Hey Jeep owners. If you’ve been wanting to go to the Ford Bronco Off-Roadeo, now you can. The formerly Bronco-owner-only event is getting a new half-day version that is open to everyone.

“While our Bronco owners have loved Off-Roadeo, we’ve been asked by non-owners how they could experience Bronco’s legendary off-road capabilities. The new Half-Day Adventure is a great way for those to be fully immersed in the Bronco brand and create an unforgettable memory,” said Matt Simpson, general manager, Ford Enthusiast Vehicles.

The full-day events remain open exclusively to Bronco and Bronco Sport owners (for no charge), but the half-day event lets owners of other models discover Ford’s off-road capability. The drives will also include a display of Bronco’s off-road features and a look at the history of the brand. Plus a chance to buy exclusive gear.

The new half-day off-road event will put drivers behind the wheel of a Bronco for four hours of trail riding. The events will be held at Ford’s Off-Roadeo event locations in Mt. Potosi, NV, Moab, UT, and Horseshoe Bay, TX. The half-day starts from $795 and includes a driver and up to three guests.


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