Sponsored: Looking for adventure with the BFGoodrich All Terrain T/A KO2

BFGoodrich is keen to let the good readers of PetrolBlog know about the new All Terrain T/A KO2 tyres. According to the firm, these are the best off-road tyres ever created by BFGoodrich, featuring 20% tougher sidewalls and more on-road and off-road miles than before.

To demonstrate their off-road abilities, BFGoodrich is offering a few lucky people who are looking for adventure the chance to test the tyres in some suitably rugged locations, such as the Grand Canyon, Iceland, Costa Rica, South Africa and Grimsby. One of those could be entirely made up.

Apparently you can, if your heart so desires, choose to be thrown out a plane wearing little more than a parachute and a trained parachutist strapped to your body.

Rather you than us. We’d much prefer to test new off-road tyres on terra firma. Or terra mudda. Maybe even terra snowa. Anything other than being chucked out of a light aircraft. But if the idea does appeal to you, you can enter the competition here.

To support the campaign, BFGoodrich has put together a rather splendid video. It features a Jeep Wrangler Rubicon which seems to have mislaid one of its wheels. It’s a typically American 4×4 in a uniquely American setting – perfect for BFGoodrich, America’s first tyre company.

We rather like this flying squad approach to tyre fitting. Although we wouldn’t want to be hit over the head by a flying wheel nut or jack.

Just think, that could be you being chucked out of the plane. Good luck.

This is a sponsored post, commissioned by BFGoodrich.

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