Since the “Veterans Travel” club was officially established on August 17, 2019, adhering to the purpose of delivering positive energy, the club has forged ahead step by step.
On August 31, 2019, in order to welcome the 70th anniversary of the motherland and show the demeanor of domestic off-road vehicles, a crossing activity of veterans and recruits was carried out.
The route of the crossing activity is: Crispy Mash to Lanxi Shuimei Village, and the difficulty of the activity is two stars.
The participating vehicles are six models of BAIC BJ series: 2016 2.0T manual four BJ40 (two-door version), 2017 2.3T manual four BJ40L, 2017 2.3T automatic BJ80, 2018 2.3T automatic BJ40L, 2019 The 2.3T automatic BJ40P and the 2019 2.3T ring tower champion version BJ40L.
The 212 manufactured by BAIC is known as the originator of domestic off-road in the off-road field, and the BJ series is the inheritance of 212. Although the number of domestic off-road vehicles in the domestic off-road market is not large, as a big country, it must have its own national center device! It can be said: the current BJ series off-road vehicles are not mature enough, not stable enough, and the reputation is not good, but isn’t our country strong under the conditions of poverty and poverty? Therefore, supporting domestic brands, establishing national self-confidence, and delivering positive energy has become the purpose of the club at the beginning of its establishment!
The Lanxi Line in Zengcheng is not too difficult to cross, but for a novice who participated in the two-star difficulty for the first time, there is a certain amount of psychological pressure. The club insists on the principle that the veterans of the event lead the recruits, and invited two veterans to lead two recruits , with the assistance of two and a half old Youtiao, six vehicles and a group of 17 people successfully completed the crossing and training.
After the crossing, the recruits watched the video to learn how the veterans choose the walking route, how to adjust the passing posture of the vehicle in a reasonable and timely manner, developed the habit of getting off the vehicle to check the road conditions, and experienced the role of rescue and the team; while the veterans in the river The performance fully demonstrated the excellent performance of domestic off-road vehicles and the demeanor of BJ series off-road vehicles!
The event is over, and the veterans and recruits who participated in the event have mingled together and become friends. I wish the “Veterans Travel” club will go far and have the opportunity to make greater contributions to society in the future!