Bronco Off-Roadeo was a blast. There are 4 locations total in the United States. Moab, UT, Horseshoe Bay, TX, Las Vegas, NV, & Gilford, NH. We went to the one in Moab, UT and it was AWESOME! So, this is how it works: Bronco Sport Badlands and Sport First Editions can go to Texas only, as the other locations are not made for a unibody vehicle. Broncos would be used at the other three locations. The experience is free for Bronco Sport/Bronco owners & reservation-holders. However, you will NOT be using your own vehicle. There are vehicles provided for you. A trainer is there to guide you through the course, will teach you everything the vehicle can do, and you get to go on trails to try out everything the Bronco has to offer. If you don’t have a Bronco with a complete Hero Bar, you are missing out! The Hero Bar is awesome. If you are not familiar with what the Hero Bar is, it is the bar that has the buttons for stabilizer bar disconnect, front & rear lockers, trail turn assist, traction control, & hazards. The reason why it was dubbed the Hero Bar or Hero Switches is because 1) they are conveniently located on the dash. 2) you can push a button and let the car do its thing automatically; you do not have to get out of the car to fiddle with things as the driveshaft, or any of the nonsense you normally would have to when off-roading. In the Moab location, we went into the building, went down the hall into this huge room. Tables were set up in one corner of the room, a Bronco was on display behind the tables, and in front of the tables where you sit, was the instructor, a wall full of past information of how the Bronco came to be, and a nice sized map where you stick a pin in from where you were from originally. Of course, I stuck a pin in it! 😀 The instructor will come in and have you introduced yourselves, tell everyone what trim level Bronco(s) you have, and how much off roading experience you got. After that, it was the history of how the Bronco came to be, then we moved onto the Bronco behind us. There the instructor asked questions about tires, wheels, the suspension, approach and departure angles, the shackles in the front and how to attach them, and a few other things. Once that is completed, we join him outside where the row of beautiful horses awaited. Standing still, shining brightly in all colors, waiting for their drivers to climb in and let them loose on the road. We got a red badlands non-sasquatch Bronco. It had the Marine Grade Vinyl with wash our floors (what our interior will be for the Black Diamond – currently stuck on Mud Hill), all the Hero Bar switches, and 33” tires. Everything was bone stock on the vehicle. No modifications were done. We took a 15-minute drive to the trail, and that’s when the instructor will start telling you about trail etiquette of what is allowed and what is not allowed. Since Moab is a desert, the ecosystem is exceptionally fragile. Great care must be taken to keep it pristine. We reached the first obstacle and from there on out, the instructor tells you exactly what to do. You get a handheld walkie talkie radio (that’s in the car already) and the instructor will use it if he’s too far away or if it’s a one-on-one deal, he will just shout directions to you. LOL. They provided lunch around noon. Stopping locations will vary. We also went to dinner with everyone afterwards and had a blast. If you ever get the chance to go, we highly recommend doing it. Stay at Red Cliff Lodge. The food is awesome, and the views are breath-taking. Hope you like the video. Many thanks to the people at Red Cliff Lodge & Bronco Off-Roadeo! You guys were truly amazing, and we really enjoyed every minute of being there and hated to leave. We already miss you! Please like, subscribe, hit the bell, and drop a comment down below and let us know if you plan on going to one of the 4 locations or have been to them already.