Ram Trucks and Nena Barlow Pursuing Another Rebelle Rally Bone Stock AwardPosted in News on September 21, 2018
Ram Trucks is supporting Nena Barlow again on the 3rd Annual Rebelle Rally this year. Barlow will compete with navigator Chris Mayne from Paris, France. The two teamed up last year and won the Rebelle Rally Bone Stock award for Ram in the Power Wagon. Barlow also won the award in 2017, piloting a Ram Rebel in the inaugural running of the rally. This year Barlow and Mayne will be in the 2019 Ram Rebel.
The Bone Stock Award is given to the team who attains the most points in an unmodified vehicle. The Rebelle Rally is an all-women’s navigation and four-wheel-drive event crossing the deserts of Nevada and California. Emily Miller organized the event in 2017. Miller was the first woman from the United States to compete in the legendary Gazelle Rally in Morocco.
Nena Barlow brings over 20 years of experience to the four-wheel-drive industry. Barlow is the owner/operator of a Jeep rental company and also trains people how to drive off-road. Chris Mayne is a rally veteran, competing in events all over the world.
Barlow says she chooses to compete with Ram Trucks because “Ram Trucks offer unsurpassed 4WD capability in the truck world, comfort and efficiency for long overland trips, and a gross vehicle weight rating that is up to carrying everything I need to not only spend seven days in the desert, but also enough tools and equipment to offer support to other teams.”
The Rebelle Rally begins with registration and a rally school in Lake Tahoe on October 11.