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 Post subject: Offroad Consulting - Badge of Honor @ Rausch Creek, 11/11
PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2023 2:27 pm 
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I’m signed up with for an Offroad Consulting’s guided Badge of Honor ride @ Rausch Creek on Saturday, 11/11.

If you’re interested - here where you go for more info & registration. This is not a Nexterra event.

https://offroad-consulting.com/register ... -road-park


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 Post subject: Re: Offroad Consulting - Badge of Honor @ Rausch Creek, 11/1
PostPosted: Sat Oct 14, 2023 10:50 am 
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This is the same run I did with Dennis last month except they added " Krawling for Cops" to it.
Do you have the Jeep Badge of Honor app?
Have you ever run "Crawl Daddy" or "Crawler Ridge"?
They're a blast and I'm sure you'll have a great time on them. I'm pretty sure you've run "Krawling for Cops" before (maybe with me?). There's a very step drop off at the end so if it's raining I doubt they'll bring you on it. Even when it's dry it's a "controlled slide" down hill...crazy.
Please let us know how it goes. :thumbup:

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 Post subject: Re: Offroad Consulting - Badge of Honor @ Rausch Creek, 11/1
PostPosted: Sat Oct 14, 2023 12:28 pm 
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I haven’t done Crawl Daddy but did do Krawling for Cops. The huge hill at the end was quite crazy, I’ll probably take the go around if it’s slick. It also did the easier line on crawler ridge.

Looking forward to it. Not sure if I will actually do Crawler Daddy or bail out but will figure that out on the day of.


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 Post subject: Re: Offroad Consulting - Badge of Honor @ Rausch Creek, 11/1
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Bro, you must run "Crawl Daddy". It’s the first trial of the day and even if everyone makes it through it could take half the day. I believe you could run it with those guys. I mean what’s the point of going with that group if you don’t run it?

The easiest section of "Crawler Ridge” is the left side that we have all been “down”. The right side is the second “easiest” and the one we did. The middle two are “buggy” lines.

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 Post subject: Re: Offroad Consulting - Badge of Honor @ Rausch Creek, 11/1
PostPosted: Sat Nov 11, 2023 10:40 pm 
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Just back from another great day with the Offroad Consulting guys. We did the badge of honor trails at Rausch today - crawler ridge, crawl daddy, 11 & some other along the way.

Crawl daddy was awesome. Glad I took Tom’s advice. There 10 rigs in our group, about half ran crawl daddy. Most were jeeps of various sizes & two gladiators, one with a small lift & the other on 37s.

Rausch was full today, there seemed to be multiple events going on. There was also a food truck in the parking lot.

I do not have any cool action shots, but here are a few others:

Can’t wait to get back out wheeling again.

Heading out in the morning:
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Some recovery/repositioning on Crawl Daddy:
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Poser shot on a break from the action:
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 Post subject: Re: Offroad Consulting - Badge of Honor @ Rausch Creek, 11/1
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I'm glad you ran "Crawl Daddy" and enjoyed it. Just a great trail.
I really like how they organize their runs. Very efficient and fun. I think we all could learn from them.

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