The First Launch of Can-Am Offroad Safari Indonesia

CIMANGGIS, WEST JAVA, March 25, 2021 – The potential for sports-based tourism or sports tourism In Indonesia, which is so vast, Tripwe Indonesia introduced the Can-Am Offroad Safari event for the first time in Cimanggis, Depok, West Java. (25/03) This launching event was also attended by national drifter Akbar Rais, and a number of media crews and off-road enthusiasts. Akbar, who has participated in international drift tournaments in several countries, admits that events such as the Can-Am Offroad Safari can introduce a wider range of off-road sports to the off-road community, especially the younger generation.

Can-Am Offroad Safari is an alternative activity offroad which is relatively safe and can be done by beginners without reducing the excitement of this extreme sport. Designed with standard operating procedures that have taken into account safety and comfort for participants offroad and for the vehicle.

Enderi Andreanto, as CEO of BRP Indonesia said the potential of the activities offroad This safari is quite large and the trend continues to increase during the pandemic, because tourists choose nature tourism as a relatively safer travel option.

"By participating in the Can-Am Offroad Safari, as an option for traveling during a pandemic, participants can feel the sensation of driving in the middle of a forest or mountain safely because we implement fairly strict security procedures," explained Enderi.

As the name implies, off-road participants will be invited to conquer dirt, mud, sand and rock tracks with the Can-Am unit, as a vehicle that is suitable to be driven on all terrains.

Adrian Suriantio, as the Can-Am Offroad Safari Coordinator emphasized that the safety procedures applied at Can-Am Offroad Safari have been carefully calculated even for beginners, and on each trip participants will be accompanied by Road Captain and Sweeper professional one. “For personal protection, during the trip, all Can-Am Offroad Safari participants are required to wear helmets full face, gloves, shoes above the ankles and goggles that have been provided,” said Yoyon.

Also attending this event, Rhea Audrey, represented the millennial generation who had a love for extreme sports, one of which was offroad (off-road enthusiast). As an offroad player, Rhea said that although there is a close relationship between offroad and the world of men, it does not mean that offroad cannot be enjoyed by women.

“I really like sensation adrenaline rush what I got when I was off-road, really get rid of stress. And this Can-Am vehicle is easy to drive even for a beginner,” said Rhea.

In this first Can-Am Offroad Safari activity, participants can try out the All Terrain Vehicle (ATV), Can-Am Outlander 450 STD & Outlander Max 1000 STP and the Utility Task Vehicle (UTV) or what is often called the Side to Side Vehicle (SSV). ), Can-Am Maverick Trail 800 and Can-Am Maverick X3 XRS Turbo R, Can-Am Maverick X3 Max XRS Turbo RR. Not only that, there will also be a unit that is in great demand by off-road lovers, the Can-Am Maverick XRC Turbo RR.

"For those who want to feel the sensation of participating in the Can-Am Offroad Safari, we will open an open trip with a choice of routes in the Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, Bekasi and Bali areas. We will update the most complete information on Instagram @canamoffroadsafari," added Yoyon.

Another interesting thing, in this event the Tripwe application was introduced as a sports adventure marketplace the first in Indonesia that makes it easy for tripper to enjoy offroad in different cities. Jonathan Sofian, as CEO of Tripwe Indonesia who was present at the press conference explained that technological developments can make it easier for lovers land adventure (offroad and onroad) and water adventure in making orders and payments in various cities. "The presence of innovation in the Tripwe application also helps government programs to introduce sports tourism which will be backbound Indonesian tourism in the new normal era.” ***