Whether it’s on the track or the trails, this crew of Ford enthusiasts knows how to get down!
The Off-Road Revolution, or TORR, is an up-and-coming alliance of F-150 and Raptor drivers whose goal is to provide fun, safe, and exciting off-road events for all capable trucks.
With closed circuit track days, over landing trips and trail runs held from Michigan to Florida, there is no shortage of exciting action to get in on!
The Rhino USA team made the trip down from Georgia to Navarre for the 2nd annual Reach to the Beach, a trail run organized by TORR covering 250+ miles of trails, marsh lands and generally unforgiving terrain. With 60 trucks in total showing out for the 3-day event, the ride was a huge success.
Loose sand, mud, dirt berms and water crossings made for some tough conditions, and most of the rigs boasted an impressive list of after market upgrades. Fox Live Valve shocks, RPG steering components and Whipple super charges were standard equipment for this crew, which made navigating the harsh landscape a breeze.
Even though these trucks are well equipped to handle some serious wheeling, there will always be an obstacle that will test the limits of a rig. This Dodge TRX found out the hard way after getting in a little too deep on the first portion of the run. Good thing the Rhino USA team was on stand by with a 3"x30' Tow Strap and D-rings to help with the recovery!
In addition to the club’s passion for off-roading, members also have a fire in their heart for helping those less fortunate. The group donates a portion of the funds raised to Racing for Heroes, a nonprofit charity organization that provides the veteran community new mission with a purpose and place to belong.
In fact, while the Rhino team was there, a single TORR wrist band was auctioned off for $600 to raise money for food banks in the Tennessee Valley area!
All in all, the Rhino Crew had a great time, met some awesome people, and can’t wait for the next run!
Checkout https://www.theoffroadrevolution.com/ for more information on upcoming events.