onX Offroad Returns as Official Navigation Partner for King of the Hammers

Offroad nav app aims to get spectators around the remote course.

Casey Currie hammers through whoops in practice for this year’s King of the Hammers. onX Offroad is once again partnering with the event to provide GPS nav this year.Casey Currie

King of the Hammers is well under way in Johnson Valley, California, but the best is yet to come at the nation’s burliest off-road race. Starting this weekend, things are going to get more serious out in the desert, which means people will be mobbing the desert to check out the action. If you’re going, we’re jealous. To help the throngs of spectators navigate out in the sticks, onX Offroad has signed on for a second year as King of the Hammers navigation partner.

Built-in maps of KOH Hammertown in the onX Offroad app.onX Offroad

Check out the video here for step-by-step instructions on downloading and using onX to get out to the course. It couldn’t really be much simpler, as they have programmed in the race course, the Streets of Hammertown, and the 96,000 surrounding acres with waypoints and cool stuff to check out. If you’re going, download onX Offroad, and then search Johnson Valley OHV, and you’re dialed.

There are pit locations, mileage points, spectator spots, and as of yesterday, the whole ULTRA4 course mapped out and ready. Once you have the map open, you can mark and save your own waypoints and places you want to check out.

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