The Baja 1000 is a grueling race that takes an experienced array of drivers as well as a strong crew supporting an effort just to reach the finish line. Traditionally, most teams would have people on site somewhere on the Baja peninsula in order to support a race vehicle but Ford went virtual this year and supported the Ford Bronco R and the crew on the ground from 2,400 miles away in North Carolina.
The Bronco-R is back, tearing through the desert like the off-road racing beast that it is. This summer, we introduced you to the Bronco-R team and talked about how the tech transfer from Bronco-R will makes the production Bronco better. Now we’ll get to see how the vehicle fairs in one of the ultimate torture tests, the Baja 1000.
This craving for adventure has driven mankind to seek out and conquer some of nature’s toughest obstacles. A few weeks ago, with this unquenchable desire raging through our system, Bronco Nation assembled a small group of die-hard Bronco enthusiasts to seek out an adventure.
Big Bend National Park, Texas I’ve only been once, but this patch of ground in the far southwest of Texas lures me to return. It’s a majestic and simple land of weather-beaten desert, with the Chisos Mountains as its centerpiece. You’ll be awed by ancient limestone canyons carved by the Rio Grande River, the rich […]
By Sue Mead: You’ve placed your 2021 Bronco reservation – smart choice! You cannot wait to get it in your driveway and show it off to family, friends, and the neighbors. Good start! With all the capability it offers, you want to “get-off-the-road” in it; that’s what it’s all about! However, this Bronco will be […]
A key priority of Bronco Nation’s mission is to make sure that our members are properly equipped to enjoy the wild and to do so safely and responsibly. While we have learned a lot during our years of experience, we always like to keep learning and asking other experienced adventurers what advice they would give […]
One of the best parts about being a part of Bronco Nation is the opportunities we have had to connect with the existing Bronco clubs and communities and discovering the ways they celebrate this vehicle. The Bronco community, although perhaps small compared to Jeep or other off-road vehicle communities, is a vibrant, welcoming community that […]
By Bob Burns: We’ve spent the colder months sheltering in place away from COVID-19, but now warm weather has returned, making it even more difficult to stay at home. If you want to get out and about this 4th of July, and as public spaces begin to re-open, maybe the safest place other than home […]