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#FSNTravels | Ford Try-Athlon #FordTryMore

#FSNTravels | Ford Try-Athlon #FordTryMore

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By this point you all know what I don’t drive BUT I do love cars and hey, being driven around isn’t the worst thing in the world. Just saying. But honestly, Ford has been SLAAAYING the competition with their #FordTryMore activation that encourages EVERYONE (Ford drivers or not) to try more. From getting out of your comfort zone to testing your nerves venturing a new activity (like how Daniel and I did went indoor skydiving!) the dare-you-to-do challenge has been a national success with participants to share their experiences through their social channels and entered to win a weekend trip to Montreal and take part in the Ford Try-Athlon!


Daniel and I (blessed and thankfully that we are) were invited to come along for the weekend and participate with the nation-wide winners in a weekend packed of amazing (and challenging) activities in Montreal – and honestly, I had a fucking blast. Bumper bowling – yes, it’s literally what it sounds like; Daniel took the wheel in the Ford Focus and drove directly into a giant inflated ball and subsequently knocked down a couple of the exaggerated pins. Other activities included rock climbing, learning to ride a unicycle, speed racing on a track, testing out features like the Active Park Assist and backing up using only the Rear View Camera in vehicles – I can go on and on and on with all the activities but there’s me having a go at being a DJ!


Also, how about my arms in that shot?! Fire.

If you weren’t following along during the weekend you can check out my Twitter and/or Instagram alongside searching #FordTryMore on Twitter for more (alongside ridiculous GIFS Dan made of me). Shout outs to the Ford team for executing an event that had me entertained (the whole time) – your graciousness knows no bounds. To learn more on the new line up of vehicles click here.

Photos: Julio Reyes & Daniel Desforges

Julio Reyes

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