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Discussion in 'Off-Roading Your Raptor' started by Lowlife_raptor, Apr 20, 2018.

  1. GCATX

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    Woah, I love Blackwell. Been several times to rock crawl and pit for a a race team. I haven't heard of a Raptor even out there. Is there a link? That would be epic.
     
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    @GCATX check out the link above and sign up for their newsletter to receive upcoming events. The track in Blackwell is 43 miles long and the scenery is beautiful! TRR also has events at Rally Ready and Baja as well.
     
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    I live in DFW and drive north to Bridgeport, where there is dedicated off-road park covering all skills and terrain (mild puddles to serious 36" rock steps) for everything from motorcycles to Raptors to custom-built jeeps.

    Outside of Austin, there is another dedicated off-road park (more rocky than muddy) outside of Marble Falls that I've been meaning to try out. Both run about $25/day.
     
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    Texplex, Rally Ready, TRR, Bridgeport, and Marble Falls are the main options in Texas. There's a few places in Oklahoma I'm aware of, but not been to.

    Texplex is the best place to go fast. TRR is more of an experience, being 3 days long, much more expensive, and being really scenic. Rally Ready specializes in the driving school - the track is my least favorite of the three, but by no means bad.
     

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