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ABOUT THIS CLUB

UAE's Best Offroad Club with friendly, passionate and certified experts

Learn to drive your 4X4 off-road to conquer trails with full confidence.

Challenge yourself safely with 7 unique levels of off road expertise for beginners, intermediate and advance.

Carnity Off-Road Club has been founded by a group of passionate off-roaders who believe in building an off-road community to learn, drive and have fun together. We encourage people to self-drive their 4x4 vehicles by learning the basics first, to enjoy the freedom of exploring various types of off-road terrains that the UAE has to offer.

We are a multicultural off road club that emphasizes on community atmosphere and safety, and we are grateful to share the joy of seeing new members grow into confident off-roaders that carry forward our vision and aim of becoming the best off-road club of the UAE!

We explore deserts, mountains and organize camping trips with like-minded adventurous members. Our senior off-roaders with decades of experience know all the beautiful areas and spots and you will see the UAE from another vantage point!

Learn more - How it works?

 

JOIN US IF YOU LIKE:

  • To self drive your vehicle off-road and learn to push your limits "SAFELY".
  • To get your hands, feet and vehicle little dirty while exploring new places.
  • To meet like-minded multi-cultural people who share the same passion.

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:

  • Introduction to off-roading.
  • Desert driving basics and etiquette.
  • Desert driving tips, techniques, myth and best practices.
  • Off-road and safety gear familiarization and recovery procedures.
  • Vehicle orientation, risk analysis, deflation and outdoor safety advice.
     

FREE CLUBS ARE EXPENSIVE

  • Most of the free off-road clubs are backed with car businesses:
    • To influence you to modify your stock vehicle.
    • Promote sponsor products with biased reviews.
    • Encourage you for fast drives to maximize damage.
       
  • Most of the social off-road clubs aren't safe without expertise:
    • No presence of structure, ranks and drive levels.
    • Limited technical knowledge for extreme recoveries.
    • Results in higher accidents and damage ratio overtime.
       

THINGS TO REMEMBER

  • Carnity and it's off-road club is a "Pay it forward" Community.
  • Whatever you learn from seniors, remember to pass it on to others.
  • Be kind and respectful for other's time, knowledge and culture they share.
     

WHY WE ARE THE BEST OFF-ROAD CLUB IN THE UAE

  1. Independent - Not supported by any car business
  2. Unbiased - Drive off-road even with a stock 4x4
  3. Transparent - Merit based promotions for all
  4. Welcome any previous off-road experience
  5. Provide clear off-road grading structure
  6. Focus on safety while having fun
  7. Offer extensive off-road training to all
  8. Analyze off-road accidents for learning
  9. Share and preserve drive memories online
  10. More than 34+ nationalities and counting...!

MUST READ: Offroad Club Structure, Levels and Rules

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Offroad Rank: Newbie | Fewbie | Fewbie Plus | Intermediate | Extreme | Support Team | Advisor | Expert | MarshalCrew

Jebel Jais | Jebel Hafeet | Hatta | Al Qudra Lake | Wadi ShawkaShuweihat Island

 

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  2. I really like this engineering approach @PaoloMaraziti and will try to incorporate a few of these theoretical how to ideas in these posts. The A/B testing idea is also fantastic as long as the convoy is OK with that stopping and starting (maybe better suited for a masterclass where we can take the time to experiment?) In essence, yes, this is about how to get your car to glide and run smoothly, but also how can you approach an obstacle in a different way (as you mention). Is there a way to build momentum to cross a high dune by circling round and building up momentum instead of powering u
  3. hey Richard, indeed really looking forward as that effortless style is one los my learning objectives. I think that the vision is inspiring, surely for all who have decided to attend this drive, what I personally would find useful in preparation to the drive is a how-to oriented post. E.g. if you do this to approach a criss-cross, then you will need less power etc. Also, as an idea, we could design part of the drive with A/B approach comparison. E.g. for instance you could show us and why not us practicing then, two approaches to the climb or even the different picking different lines ma
  4. Hi @Islam Solimanunfortunately I have to exit the drive as I joined the Fewbie plus drive for tomorrow. This will benefit me for future drives as the home affairs department will be happier I am home on Friday Looking forward to driving with you all next time!
  5. Dear DesernautsUAE, I cannot believe it's Tuesday already. It seems truly, as if the weeks are folding one into the other in a blur. Before the drive Friday, I wanted to develop the thinking just a bit more behind the limited RPM. My aim is to find a way to have a truly exciting drive while maintaining a limited rev range. To achieve that we are all going to have to see if we can learn how to climb using different techniques, slide slope and criss-cross using drive skill alone. When we started driving in the sand, it's likely that the drive lead told you to put your foot to t
  6. confirmed. I will take the absolute newbie on Friday morning and then ( of all goes well) will join the evening ride at 6pm...
  7. all ok @Niki, it’s a bummer not to drive together … following your (and many more) advice , my FJ is wearing new lighter shoes and this is is going to be the baptisms of fire, inshallah… I’d have love to share my experience with you and again thanks for the help in the sand last weekend
  8. @Wrangeld sad to say I’ll be dropping out of the drive! 😢 … this was a drive I have been wanting to join more than most and gutted to miss out. I am likely to be on pause for weekend off-roading for a while however will keep an eye out as you develop these challenging drives ongoing and cannot wait to join a future trip! Have a fun ride all ..
  9. Hi @Anish S this could be my third drive in a row with you 😃 but unfortunately I have to exit as work interrupts play tomorrow! I have taken myself off the Guestlist so the next desert adventurer can slot in. Am sure everyone will have an awesome drive! Thanks and see you all soon!
  10. Thank you @M.Seidam Friday drives require me to re arrange a lot of family commitments and hence will exit the Friday one and looking forward to this one
  11. @Ale Vallecchi please waitlist me for the drive… have a scheduled meeting at 4… hoping that it gets preponed!
  12. @Chaitanya D thanks for this.... Pictures very helpful too. My 10 year old son was very interested to read the article too 😂🙏
  13. As per the Trip Lead of your last Absolute Newbie drive, you had to be exited out much earlier and thats the reason why you are joining the Absolute Newbie drive this weekend. Once completed, you are free to join Newbie drives.
  14. And you don’t need to exit your already booked weekend ( Thursday, Friday,Saturday) , as weekdays are non weekend one drive RSVP restricted )
  15. Thank you for informing @Ashok chaturvedi @Marwan Haddad you are added to the drive. Please confirm...
  16. Sorry have to exit drive for tomorrow an important work has come up.. hope everyone enjoys.. 🙏
  17. It will be great to know before 12noon just to able to make it.. enjoy everyone 🙂
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