Rally School Included With Baja Rally Series 2021

Rally Training Included In BAJA RALLY Series;
Online Study Program Prepares Students to Race
Cataviña Rally- January 28 – 31 

  • Student-Rookie Classification Added to Rally Raid Category 
  • Online Pre-Study Coursework Required to Qualify
  • No Extra Cost for first-time rally riders and drivers 
  • $1,550 – Motorcycles Includes Entry Fee & Training 
  • $1,975 – UTV Includes Entry Fee & Training 

January 28 – 31, 2021

May 20 – 23, 2021

ENSENADA, BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO- With news of Polaris’ sending 6 Americans UTV racers to the Dakar Rally and rising demand for racing alternatives in the post-Covid era, organizers of the BAJA RALLY Series Powered by Rally Comp now offer rookie rally racers a safe and affordable way to prepare for roadbook navigating and compete in North America’s longest running rally competition. 

Fast Track to Rally Racing
Baja Rally School’s merger with the BAJA RALLY Series includes their training program in the standard entry fee for the new Cataviña & San Quintin Rally Events. Rookies and first time navigators no longer need to invest time and money into isolated training programs which are already hard to come by yet growing in demand.

Online Rally Training Program 
Instead, the school adapted its traditional one day classroom session into a 4-hour online course followed by a 90-minute live seminar scheduled the afternoon before the Cataviña Rally. Enrolled students will complete six, self-study assignments and must pass two quizzes as a requirement to attend the pre-rally seminar Thursday January 28 at El Rosario. Then they will be ready to compete in the Student Rookie classification and eligible to earn points and vie for “Rookie of the Year”.  

You Can Do This
BAJA RALLY founder and stage developer Scotty “Breauxman” Bloom encouraged riders and drivers from all disciplines to enroll and participate. He said it’s easier and more affordable than ever because there is no added cost when first timers enter under the Student-Rookie class. Scotty and his team say they have the experience to know what will work and how to make training safe and effective for riders and drivers who are in good enough shape for 3 days of 150-200 mile stages.   

Learn By Doing
We’ve graduated over 3 dozen racers from our school in the past few years and refined the entire training process down to the essentials”, explained Scotty enthusiastically, We know what works so If you take the pre-study assignments seriously and arrive prepared and in good riding shape, you can do this!”

He added that the new Student-Rookie classification offered at the Cataviña Rally and San Quintin Rally will replace the normal 3-day Baja Rally School established in 2017 and that it is not recommended for beginner on novice level riders.


Cost Includes Entry Fee & Training  
$1,550 – Motorcycles
$1,975 – UTV (includes co-driver)
​$85 – Per person for any additional support crew or guest

Requirements: (click to open) 
*Must submit Application Form and enter under Student-Rookie Classification.

*Must have entry fee paid in full prior to beginning online coursework.
*Must arrive by noon to El Rosario Thursday January 28 to qualify. 
*Must have completed online coursework with passing scores on quizzes.
(see below)  

Contents of Online Self-Study Coursework
A. 2021 Roadbook Symbology and Abbreviations
B. Rally Navigator & Custom Symbols & Abbreviations
C. RALLY COMP Waypoints Guide
D. RALLY COMP Practice Quiz
E. RALLY COMP Training Video

The Baja Rally Powered by Rally Comp the longest running rally raid motorsports competition in the western hemisphere. Now in its ninth consecutive year as a stand alone entity, the eco-friendly Baja Rally expands on its independent infrastructure of intellectual property and relationships to form the Baja Rally Championship Series 2021. Among these assets are the 2018 Manifestacion Impacto Ambiente (MIA), the first environmental impact study for off road motorsports to be registered with and approved by the Mexican Federal Government for land use in nationally protected areas. Since the inaugural Baja Rally in September 2013, over 9000 km of uniquely original off road routes have been safely and responsibly raced by more than 300 competitors over the course of 42 stages on a total of 35 days. For more information and inspiration visit www.bajarallymoto.com