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.
The Rebelle is a competition for stock, OEM vehicles, not race cars. Street legal, minimal mods. Because the vehicle in driveways across the globe are more capable than people realize.
The Rebelle Rally has two vehicle classes:
4-Wheel Drive vehicles = has a two-speed transfer case (low range gears).
Examples: Jeep Wrangler/Rubicon, Pickup trucks, and SUVs including Toyota Tacoma 4×4, Ford Bronco, Land Rover, Nissan Frontier.
Two-wheel or All-Wheel Drive = NO two-speed transfer case (no low range gears)
Examples: Subaru Forester/Outback, Mitsubishi Outlander, Toyota RAV4, Ford Bronco Sport, Porsche Cayenne, etc.
We have worked years to create a competitive format – known as Rebelle Format – that meets our competitive mission, works on public lands, respects the environment, with a unique points system that pushes competitors. It is a game of strategy.
Designations are given to special categories without creating unnecessary stand alone classes that may “fragment” the competition. These are designed to give special recognition – from trophies to donations to team’s charities.
The 2020 5th Anniversary Edition of the Rebelle Rally launched the Electrified Designation. EV and PHEV vehicles competed in their respective 4×4 or X-Cross™ class with designation on the vehicles, scoring, and receive special recognition in media features.
This program is designed carefully with attention to detail regarding range and fueling on course and in base camp. This program is currently limited in number and restricted to OEMs. For inquiries regarding participation requirements, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We refer to the Rebelle Rally as the ultimate authentic proving ground for people, products, and vehicles. That is not an outcome of the event…an after the fact observation. We built it that way from the start.