When we say "What makes 4x4Engaged? special is to discover secret places others cannot reach!" we mean it. So we decided to go for next level track for SID 2012. Why not a new country and a new track.
It was an amazing opportunity, this was our chance to go abroad to be pioneer once again after doing 1st Night mud rally & 1st ever Snow rally in Malam Jabba. So we are here in Dubai to discover a new experience.
But: where to go? That was the big question! Madam is the area our Marshall Mr Mazhar Choose for us.
We will introduce you Umer,Usman & Mazhar our first three off shore members of Club 4x4Engaged? you will love their rides & pro driving skills.
Hope you will Enjoy Summer in December by 4x4 Engaged?
Dune bashing in some parts of the world, such as the fragile coastal dunes of Australia, it is illegal; in others such as the Middle East, it is a booming attraction for tourists.
Although most 4x4 vehicles are capable of dune bashing, the smaller, lower vehicles have a higher risk of getting stuck. A specialized type of Dune-bashing is Tatees
which uses highly modified vehicles with modified engines and sand-tires to climb a single of a Star dune or so which usually are a hundred meters high or more.
Before entering the desert it is essential to reduce the tire pressuer, this is done to gain more traction by increasing the footprint of the tire and, therefore, reducing the downward pressure of the 4wd on the sand as there is a greater surface area. For example, tires with a recommended pressure of 35 psi would be reduced to approximately 12-14 PSI.