The Rebelle Rally Is A 7-Day Off-Road Adventure Just For Woman


The Rebelle Rally the first women’s off-road navigation rally raid in the United States, coming together in large part by the efforts of off-road pro Emily Miller, visionary and leader.

The rally attracts entrants from all over the United States and the world. It is the ultimate road trip for the adventurous and competitive woman. The name of the game is pace and precision.

Rebelle Rally 2018
This competition is kinda back to the basics. No GPS. No cell phones. It is not a timed race, but a unique and demanding event based on the elements of headings, hidden checkpoints, time, and distance using maps, compass, and road book, all the while battling exhaustion and dramatic temperature swings.


The Rebelle Rally covers approximately 1,200 miles of spectacular desert driving via dirt roads, double tracks, trails, and sand dunes across the Nevada and California desert.

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Teams can compete in either full-fledged 4x4s, or crossover vehicles. In fact many vehicles are stock with the only vehicle modifications being off-road tires and uprated underbody protection to help weather the elements.


off-road navigation Rebelle Rally
The creator of Rebelle Rally, Emily Miller, says that the inspiration for the event came from her passion for racing and adventure but also her experience coaching and working in sports marketing. Events similar to Rebelle Rally occur internationally, but there weren’t any in the United States. And sometimes, the events she had attended didn’t have many female participants.

Chevrolet-Colorado-ZR2 Rebelle Rally
The third annual Rebelle Rally takes place from October 11–20, 2018. We hope that participants will experience a great success and enjoy this girls-only event! Best of luck!

Make sure to follow along on social media by following Rebelle Rally on Twitter, the hashtag #RebelleRally on Instagram, on Facebook, and check out live tracking on RebelleRally.com/live



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