Off Road Rock Crawling is an extreme form of off-road driving which uses vehicles to overcome obstacles. In rock crawling, drivers maneuver four-wheel-drive vehicles such as trucks, Jeeps, and “buggies” over very harsh terrain such as boulders, mountain foothills, rock piles, mountain trails, etc. In this video, you’ll see BSR instructors using trail drive techniques to overcome a rock pile.
Rock crawling is about slow-speed, careful and precise driving, and high torque generated through large gear reductions in the vehicles’ drivetrain. Click here to learn more about our Unimproved/Off-Road Driving Course and to see upcoming class dates.