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Off Roading on the Farm - Part 2

Published:Thursday | November 1, 2018 | 12:00 AMKareem Latouche
Moving up some steps was no easy task, but the Land Rover got it done.
Johnny Reijnen showing off his riding skills.
James Sampson was not hesistant to push his vehicle to the limit.
This Hilux was not afraid of the step challenge.

Nigel Wilmot and Troy Bernard recently staged their highly anticipated event, Off Roading on the Farm part 2, which was held in Brighton, St Elizabeth. The event, scheduled to begin at 11 a.m., didn't see droves of persons entering the venue until about 3 p.m.

At that time, all the participants were in full motion as off-road vehicles were taking on the various challenges. The mud pit was a favourite for patrons, who watched some vehicles get stuck and pulled out by other pick-ups. Then there was the hill climbing, a feat that many vehicles had to take multiple attempts to complete.

Being in deep, rural St Elizabeth provided the perfect getaway for families present as kids were playing in the bounce-about, while parents cheered for their favourite vehicles.