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even loaned a few of its so­lar blan­kets to ven­dors who were hav­ing trou­ble keep­ing their fridges or other power-hun­gry ap­pli­ances and com­po­nents up to charge. In fact, the com­pany’s 200W panel brought a ven­dor’s dead deep-cy­cle bat­tery up to 100 per­cent full power!

Other no­table prod­ucts in­cluded stain­less steel dou­ble-walled growlers from Drink Tanks, and a neat mul­ti­pur­pose an­odized alu­minum LED flash­light sys­tem from VSSL Gear. In­side each flash­light were sur­vival kits such as a first aid kit, a sup­plies kit, and/or most im­por­tantly, a flask with two shot glasses. In ad­di­tion to the prod­ucts, ven­dors had swag and other free­bies for event vis­i­tors. “It’s like a gi­ant fam­ily that’s wel­comed me home that’s never met me be­fore,” says Caitlin Bridger, a first-time vis­i­tor to the event. “I am just lov­ing it here. Ev­ery­body’s so happy and wel­com­ing.”

The BCOR at­tracts peo­ple from all walks of life where the young and old unite to talk shop, share sto­ries, off-road to­gether, and be­come friends. If you missed the BCOR this year, take time out of your sched­ule for the 2019 event. It’s typ­i­cally hosted in July and while the sched­ule has yet to be de­ter­mined, it’s an event where you can in­ter­act with of­froad en­thu­si­asts and gain a lot in­sight to en­hance your off-road ad­ven­tures.

 ??  ?? Anette Jah­nel spot­ting rigs. Mit­subishi Delca in the mud. Jeep Chero­kee on the tech course.
Anette Jah­nel spot­ting rigs. Mit­subishi Delca in the mud. Jeep Chero­kee on the tech course.
 ??  ?? Rigs on the trail.
Rigs on the trail.

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