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UTV Con’Quest kicks off in 2020

Rubicon Trail

Placerville, CA – March 3, 20 – Off-road enthusiasts have traveled through the famed Rubicon Trail for nearly 70-years and now a brand-new tour for 2020 billed as the “UTV Con’Quest” is designed to lead UTV on the trail. 

Rubicon Springs

Rubicon Springs

The inaugural UTV Con’Quest occurs on July 28th-30th and will begin its three-day adventure in Georgetown, California. It will travel over the renowned Rubicon Trail on the way to the beautiful Rubicon Springs campground, offering everything from experienced guides and camping to meals and entertainment.

2020 Can-Am Maverick X3 X RC

2020 Can-Am Maverick X3 X RC on the Rubicon Trail

This one-of-a-kind opportunity for UTV off-road enthusiasts is sure to fill up fast and limited openings are available. You don’t want to miss the chance to traverse the “Crown Jewel” Rubicon Trail and take in the breath-taking Sierra Nevada Mountains, all while navigating it in your side-by-side vehicle.

“We had a lot of requests to put something together for the side-by-side industry and ended up doing a pre-run last year, which everyone loved,” commented Kevin Arnold with the Jeepers Jamboree. “We are definitely excited to expand the Jeepers Jamboree and present the inaugural UTV Con’Quest this year. We do want everybody to keep in mind that there are limited openings, so be sure to sign up early.” This will be fun for everyone!

The Rubicon Trail is known worldwide for its level 10 in difficulty. It travels through part of Northern California’s beautiful Desolation Wilderness and is an unmaintained County road that runs from Loon Lake to Tahoma in North Lake Tahoe, California.

Can-Am Maverick X3 X RC

Can-Am Maverick X3 X RC on the Rubicon Trail

For more information and to register for the inaugural UTV Con’Quest that takes place on July 28th, 29th and 30th, 2020 simply visit

UTV Con’Quest – The Trip and the Route: Your trip on the world-famous Rubicon Trail will start at Loon Lake and travel to Rubicon Springs where you will spend two nights before returning to Loon Lake. 

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