STAMPEDE AMONG THE PANDEMIC
4LOW Offroad Magazine|February/March 2021
STAMPEDE AMONG THE PANDEMIC
Scott Spinning

AZ Classic Bronco Stampede 2020

Wear your mask

Don’t get too close

Wash your hands.

IF we had a nickel for every time we’ve read that this past year! Planning an event during a global pandemic is a bit more challenging.

It would seem the person who wrote the rules has never been on the trail. Masks are easy, you’re already wearing one to cut down on the trail dust, but handwashing, hmmm, you’re going to be dirty. Airing down tires or breaking something, hard to keep your hands clean. And how much more social distancing do we need than in our own rigs?

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