DSPTCH (pronounced as “dispatch”) is a San Francisco-based design and manufacturing company that has been making military inspired bags, cased and straps for the last 5 years. In honor of their anniversary, they have launched their MultiCam Black camo collection consisting of a rucksack, day pack and messenger bag. Got to www.DSPTCH.com for more information.
The 48th SCORE International Baja 1000 is in the record books and it proved to be a very successful one for Team MultiCam rider, Jeff Benrud. The Baja 1000 is the longest point-to-point off-road desert race in North America where the participants will race from start to finish throughout the approximately 1000 mile distance only stopping briefly for pit stops. … READ MORE
The 2015 SCORE International Baja 1000 has gotten off to a good start for Team MultiCam rider, Jeff Benrud #715x. Part of preparing for this torturous event is pre-running the entire course before the race, which can be as dangerous as the race itself. But with Baja being the ruthless place that it is pre-running wasn’t without its own … READ MORE
MultiCam is excited to announce that off-grid communications company goTenna will be supporting the team at the 2015 SCORE Baja 1000 . goTenna is a peer-to-peer communication device that enables messaging and sharing GPS locations on offline maps by smartphone, even when cell service or wifi are unavailable. Rider Jeff Benrud and the team will be outfitted with the devices, and … READ MORE
Our printed adhesive vinyl partners at Image Craft have stepped up again in a big with their help in the Team MultiCam 2015 Baja 1000 effort. Image Craft has a very wide range of capabilities aside from printing vinyl as you can see from the photos below. Not only did they wrap and paint Jeff Benrud’s Troy Lee SE3 helmet but … READ MORE
We are excited to announce that we will be supporting former U.S. SOCOM operator, Jeff Benrud, in the 2015 SCORE Baja 1000 on November 20th. Last year, Jeff was part of a 3 man relay dirt bike team who was 1 rider down come race day. That experience of splitting the entire 1000 mile race between 2 riders made … READ MORE