Round 2 at the Rebelle Rally
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We can’t believe it’s all wrapped up! We can’t wait for next year. Here’s a little video of our experience in 2017.
We are so proud of all our teams.
Hoehn Adventures kicked off their journey to the 2nd annual Rebelle Rally October 12th, 2017. Over the course of 7 days, our competitors traversed 2,000 kilometers of stunning terrain from Squaw Valley to the Glamis Sand Dunes with nothing but a compass, map, and roadbook.
Dirt roads, sand dunes and elevation changes are just a few of the challenges the teams will have to face on this off-road adventure. Check in on their live locations, scoring, and checkpoints here:
Meet the Teams
We have a great mix of veterans and first timers competing with the Hoehn’s this year! Including first time off-roader, JLR Sales Consultant, Lori Arterburn.
The 4 Hoehn Motors teams competing this year:
- Jo Hannah Hoehn and Susie Saxten competing in a Land Rover LR4
- Karen Hoehn and Dana Saxten competing in a Land Rover LR4
- Lori Arterburn and Jaimy Grigsby competing in a Jaguar F-PACE
- Meli Barrett and Sabrina Howells competing in a Honda Ridgeline
For More info on the Rally, visit: www.RebelleRally.com
Update 10/17/17 – Girls have entered the Dumont Dunes for the first portion of the marathon leg. They camped out last night without the luxuries of the base camp and had MRE’s for dinner.
Update 10/19/17 – Meli and Sabrina took a hit when a rock struck their oil pan and seized their engine yesterday. Unfortunately Goldie is out and will be towed back home to Hoehn Honda. This means Team 203, Jaimy and Lori have taken 1st place in the cross-over class with their Jaguar F-PACE!
Meli’s Day to Day Experience:
Like the rest of the Rebelles, Team 204 driver, Meli Barrett had lots of ups and downs.
Read her story here.
About the Wraps
This year, Jo Hannah Hoehn worked with Nizhoni Ranch Gallery and their female master rug weavers to create wraps that complimented the incredible landscape and native culture of the Western United States, where the rally takes place. Each wrap emulates a rug from the gallery, like the one shown below!