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All-Pro Off Road
All-Pro Off Road's Tiny Takes a Different Approach

Hemet, CA - The sport of rockcrawling has changed dramatically over the past few years. As one of the fastest growing sports, many teams and individuals are looking to improve upon their rigs in the battle on the rocks. One of the innovative leaders in rockcrawling today is Team All-Pro. Taking a clean-slate approach, this team of Nelson & Nelson and All Pro Off Road created a truly unique vehicle specifically designed to climb rocks.

“Tiny” as it’s called, won 1st place in its first CalROCS event January 4th & 5th 2003. Driven by Jon Bundrant and spotted by Larry McRae, the All-Pro equipped rig features a three liter mid engine single seat layout. Primarily sponsored by BFGoodrich, it rides the rocks with the help of BFG’s latest tire technology. 4Wheel Parts Wholesalers help in building the rig was also much appreciated. Look for more appearances of “Tiny” in upcoming events such as UROC, RCAA, CalROCS, CRCA, and others.

All-Pro Off Road
All-Pro Off Road

The Team All Pro rig also powered through the California Rock Crawling Association (CRCA) rock racing course with an adjusted time of only 3.02 minutes, finishing ahead of the second place by 1 minute, 22 seconds. The event was the second of three events in the 2002/2003 CRCA race series.

After the event an optional just-for-fun crawl was announced. Chris Durham originally eyed the spot chosen during a pre-event walk through. Chris was quoted as saying “ya that looks climbable… maybe”. Most of the Pro-class rigs gave it a try but only Tiny, driven by Jon Bundrant was able to successfully negotiate the challenge.


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