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ABOUT THIS CLUB

Drive with the Best Multicultural Off road Club in UAE for Desert, Mountains and Camping, with special attention to safety and an adventurous spirit. 

Learn with off-roading experts having decades of experience in dune bashing & wadi in all over Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah & UAE. 

Join Carnity Offroad Club & drive with the BEST and SAFEST off-roaders in the region and strive to be one!

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

  • Independent - Not supported by any car business
  • Unbiased - Drive off-road even with a stock 4x4
  • Transparent - Merit based promotions for all
  • Welcome any previous off-road experience
  • Provide clear off-road grading structure
  • Focus on safety & fun while exploring 
  • Offer extensive off-road training to all
  • Analyze off-road accidents for learning
  • Share and preserve drive memories online
  • More than 25+ nationalities and counting...!

MUST READ: Offroad Club Structure, Levels and Rules

Offroad Rank: Newbie |  Fewbie  | Intermediate | Advance | Expert | MarshalCrew

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

  1. What's new in this club
  2. Hope to join this drive as it would be a good start after a long break !
  3. With the weather getting better with each upcoming week, the mood is set for an Absolute Newbie Drive. However if no absolute newbies sign up we might up the level depending on the convoy signed up. This time we will drive in Pink Rock area that offers perfect opportunity to learn in very safe and easy tracks to medium rolling dunes. Looking for an easy relaxing drive for everyone with plenty of opportunities to learn and grow, hill climb, and ridge riding. Newbies and Fewbies will have a great chance to see and learn the real fun that off-roading offers in a very safe and organized environment. Since timing will be crucial I request everyone to be on time. When: 20 September 2019 Meeting time: 5:00 AM, the convoy will move at sharp 5:15 AM Where: Tawi Nazwa Shops GPS Coordinate: https://goo.gl/maps/4U9z5Q9HdesX3UU59 Level: Absolute Newbie, Newbie, and Fewbie Type of Car: Any proper 4x4 with front and back tow hooks and 10 inches of ground clearance. Plan: Drive, train and enjoy till about 9:30 AM What to bring along: Snacks - whatever you like with little extra to share, water, liquids, smiles, stories, enthusiasm and willingness to learn. Approximate finish time: 9:30 AM Please RSVP the below calendar event
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    With the weather getting better with each upcoming week, the mood is set for an Absolute Newbie Drive. However if no absolute newbies sign up we might up the level depending on the convoy signed up. This time we will drive in Pink Rock area that offers perfect opportunity to learn in very safe and easy tracks to medium rolling dunes. Looking for an easy relaxing drive for everyone with plenty of opportunities to learn and grow, hill climb, and ridge riding. Newbies and Fewbies will have a great chance to see and learn the real fun that off-roading offers in a very safe and organized environment. Since timing will be crucial I request everyone to be on time. When: 20 September 2019 Meeting time: 5:00 AM, the convoy will move at sharp 5:15 AM Where: Tawi Nazwa Shops GPS Coordinate: https://goo.gl/maps/4U9z5Q9HdesX3UU59 Level: Absolute Newbie, Newbie, and Fewbie Type of Car: Any proper 4x4 with front and back tow hooks and 10 inches of ground clearance. Plan: Drive, train and enjoy till about 9:30 AM What to bring along: Snacks - whatever you like with little extra to share, water, liquids, smiles, stories, enthusiasm and willingness to learn. Approximate finish time: 9:30 AM
  5. throw in one point at a time so all have chance to contribute and also point towards something which others have missed...
  6. Surprise to see very limited response from our regular offroaders: Pull angle was more than 45 degree of tolerance. Ideally it should be always straight or anything close to the straight with max deviation up to 45 degrees, that too with lot of caution, patience, observation and feedback from different angles. They could have used driver side tow hook of FJC and Pajero to counter the angles to some extent. They could have use the viking rope for elastic soft tug than one big jerk. No radio communication or coordination with guy supervising the tug or filming. No use of 3 beep system, FJC could have used long beep to stop the Pajero (if trained). Both car windows should be rolled down for catching at least those last second scream. FJC tires were not pointing in the direction of tug, causing instant resistance to flip. Over enthusiast Pajero driver, who probably have not enough experience in technical recoveries kept on pulling. Clear the sand wall from driver side tire front side. Clearly it was bogged down to topple like this instantly. People don't use enough shovel as they think pulling will sort everything out. Prep before the pull to clear sand from all resistance is very important and in such critical angles its life saving. Ideally winch is better (if available) in such tricky situation to get slow motion feedback and stop in time. Give such critical tug in several tranches to access the situation first with a feedback from anyone supervising. Once car is moving with slightly gentle tugs without lifting any side, then proceed with little stronger tugs. Recover from backside with half or quarter the rope if front is totally hit in sand.
  7. I can think of a few issues here- 1) The pull was in the wrong direction 2) The pull was too hard 3) The tow rope was attached to the wrong side of the towed vehicle 4) The towed driver kept his wheels pointing straight ahead- he should have turned into the direction of the pull
  8. This could have been well avoided if the had real-time communication
  9. I will, but I need our aspiring fewbies and Intermediate offroaders should think and try first. You have done a good start with a wrong angle.
  10. Find at least 5-10 things that went wrong here. There plenty here in this flip.
  11. He pulled it at an angle. Always try to pull in a straight line.
  12. After a long break, what do you think went wrong here? VID-20190912-WA0009.mp4
  13. Common dude, you know RPM doesn't go over 3000 in intermediate drives 😅 See you next time man
  14. Super awesome man, very well said and deserved.. best of luck
  15. Thanks buddy ! Trip leading is not on my immediate agenda yet. I will focus for now on sweeping and recovery activities, newbie guidance and help, navigation, second leads, and will take the appropriate time to enhance these skills and help out in the club where i can, so our newly appointed Marshals can focus on leading us boldly to places no man has gone before 😁
  16. Sign up for the drive as well. 😁 Really looking forward to this weekend. One of my favourite areas and plus it's a morning drive. What more can one ask for.
  17. Noooooo waaaaaay dude... This is so beyond awesome man... So happy for you 🤘 Does this mean you'll be leading some trips now? This is super wicked 😁 am jealous now
  18. 100 Points awarded to @Shamil for sharing the "Full Drive Video".
  19. Hey Guys, unfortunately I am flying out Thursday morning, so I won't be able to attend this trip. I'll see you all in December! Cheers, Jas
  20. This is my last week in Dubai before I head out to Canada for my last term, I’ll be in the dunes almost all week testing out the suspension, I’ll write a detailed review on Valving, compression and rebound everything by Saturday!
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