After months of anticipation, Ford has finally debuted its all-new Bronco platform, receiving an incredibly warm public reception and garnering an enormous amount of fanfare. And with the immense success of the American-made SUV, the Dearborn automaker has announced the opening of its new Bronco Off-Roadeo Schools.
The program will kick off with a single location in the Texas Hill Country (an hour outside of Austin) before three additional locations are opened later this year in Southern Utah’s Moab, an unspecific Northeast location, and Mt. Potosi, Nevada. A celebration of all things outdoors on top of being an off-roading academy, the Off-Roadeo program gives drivers a tremendous amount of behind-the-wheel experience with an expert instructor, with each location boasting 50 miles of curated trails. Each location also boasts sprawling well-appointed clubhouses and lounges decorated in a rustic off-road theme. These day-and-a-half-long courses at these expansive off-road adventure parks also include an array of supplementary activities and lifestyle experiences such as hiking, mountain biking, and rafting. The first Bronco Off-Roadeo School will open at the Texas location on June 28.