An In Depth Look At What Goes Into Taking On The Trails At Dirty Turtle

There’s a lot to take into consideration before you hit the trails, especially in a new rig. That’s why the XOR team took a few friends, spotters, and a support vehicle when they headed to Dirty Turtle Off-Road Park to payoff Project Creep It Real!

Dirty Turtle Off-Road Park is 286 acres of prime off-roading land in Bedford, Kentucky. Trails are open to Jeeps, buggies, side-by-sides, ATVs and more. Trails range from simple to ones where you may want a spotter on hand. Sometimes it can be a challenge to see obstacles directly in front of you so having an extra set of eyes is not only helpful but can keep your rig protected from serious damage. You also have the chance to get familiar with your rig if it’s the first time on the trail with it when you have a spotter looking out.

Jeeps are a popular option at the park because of the narrow trails at some points. So the Orange Beast, Maxxis’ Rubicon, and Synergy’s JL came along for the ride. Project Creep It Real sits on a Synergy Stage 4 long-arm kit which adds 5 inches of lift.