The Rebelle Rally is the first women’s off-road navigation rally raid in the United States.

Blending the love of driving with the ultimate challenge of precise navigation, the Rebelle tests your skills over 8 days of competition. It is not a race for speed, but a unique and demanding event based on the elements of headings, hidden checkpoints, time, and distance using maps, compass, and roadbook.

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What is the Rebelle Rally?

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Rebelle competition format is unique yet familiar.

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Take a Rebelle U class for a lifetime of adventure.

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If you are thinking it, it’s probably been asked.

5-part docuseries telling the story of the longest competitive off-road rally in America, that just happens to be for women.

Rebelle Rally Highlights

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Women Who Rebelle Webinar

Leadership – When Teamwork Isn’t Working. Engage, listen, and learn from top women leaders who will share practical advice for navigating and leading at work when teamwork falls short.

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The Rebelle Rally – An Intense Outdoor Endurance Event

The Rebelle Rally is an exceptionally unique and challenging competition with many layers and elements. But often, people don’t understand the scope and try to put it into a box of “motorsports.” While it is a competition in vehicles, it is much more – a motorsport event, a navigation event, a women’s empowerment and community event with a dose of overlanding. But at its core, it’s an extreme outdoor endurance event.

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February 2024 Newsletter

It’s an exciting time for the Rebelle Rally! As February rolls in, we’re focusing on the momentum and energy that’s building up as we prepare for a packed schedule of Rebelle U training, course running, and setting the stage for the 9th rally this October. In this edition of our newsletter, we’re bringing you a collection of stories that showcase the strength and innovation within our community.

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