It’s an exciting time to be a Ford Bronco and fan or future owner. The Ford Bronco Sport is everywhere, and phase one of Bronco two door and four door production has officially begun. It shouldn’t be too much longer before customer cars finally enter production and go out to customers. Since the reveal, the Bronco has represented more than just a vehicle, with many unique ownership perks customers will surely enjoy. One of those is the Off-Roadeo driving school events, which are a series of off-road adventures and instructional opportunities for qualifying Bronco owners. With deliveries imminent, Bronco Nation has announced you’ll be able to register for the location of your choice starting April 27.
On the Bronco Nation website, if you click on Off-Roadeo, you get a pop up notification like the image below that announces the start of registration. If you wish to sign up for one of these, you’ll go back to that same tab on April 27 at 12:00 PM EDT.
The announcement on the Bronco Nation site also says final locations and dates will be revealed on the start of registration. We were previously told the sites were Texas, Moab, Vermont and Nevada, but residents of the Vermont town the Off-Roadeo was supposed to take place haven’t been happy with the swarm of Ford Broncos disturbing their town. This could indicate that location is indeed changing.
There are a few stipulations, however. First and foremost, most but not all Ford Bronco vehicles are eligible. All two door and four door Ford Bronco trim levels, from Base to Badlands, are fair game. But only Ford Bronco Sport Badlands and First Edition models, the most off-road capable baby Broncos, are allowed. Also, this isn’t a free event. You’ll have to pay a registration and processing fee (Ford hasn’t said the cost of this yet), and provide transportation and lodging. You’ll also be provided a Ford Bronco for the experience, so even if you drive your Bronco or Bronco Sport to the Off-Roadeo, you can’t use it in the festivities.
But overall, this seems like a great 1.5 day getaway for Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport owners. Experienced off-roaders can have a great time testing their new vehicle in some incredible locations, while novice drivers can learn off-roading skills before going out on their own.