Looking for adventure? BFGoodrich takes you to the end of the world

Last night I came across a study that had one very strong point. Collect memories not things and you will be a much happier person. I assume we all know it, that great experiences last a lifetime, but still in this material world we tend to get too obsessed with things and very often the things we own, end up owning us.

Travelling is clearly one of the best things you can do when it comes to collecting lifetime memories.

A good adventure can change your perspective on life and values, as well as connect people who are travelling together.

Here’s your chance to drop everything and set off to enjoy an epic journey, where you get to test the new BFGoodrich All Terrain T / AKO2 tyres to the end of the world.

There are four very inspirational destinations you can choose from that you will be exploring in a 4×4 vehicle, including Grand Canyon in US, Gulfoss in Iceland, tropical Turrialba in Costa Rica and the famous Kruge Park in South Africa.

To enter you will be playing an interactive game, where you will be dropping tyres on targets from air.

Your adventure will of course include some off road driving, as well as some pretty extreme things like sky diving, expeditions into the jungle and much more depending on the destination you pick.

Just close your eyes and imagine a skydiving jump from the slopes of Eyjafjallajökull in Iceland or watching lion cubs play with their mother and father in the Kruge park.

To enter a chance to win this epic journey click here.


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Start your journey here!


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