Join other off roading enthusiasts on March 5th through 7th at Megarun X at the Barnwell Mountain Recreational Area located in Upshur Country in Northeast Texas, sponsored by the Dallas-Fort Worth Chapter of Texas Four Wheel Drive. The DFW Chapter of the TX4WD is a free club offering the 4×4 enthusiast a family friendly, family oriented, educational club dedicated to preserve and protect the environment and to promote the sport of off-roading.
Megarun is held in beautiful East Texas at Barnwell Mountain Recreational Area. Last year Megarun IX had over 140 registered vehicles and 400 attendees. This year’s event will include:
- Trail Rides
- Rock Garden Rodeo
- Obstacle Course
- King of the Hill Challenge
- Raffle Prizes
For more information click http://www.dfw-tx4wd.org/
Come on out and have fun with the DFW Chapter of TX4WD at Megarun X!
This Saturday the Kansas Rocks Recreation Park in Mapleton, KS, will feature Frostbite 2010. This annual event features a day full of fun starting at 7am and will include morning and afternoon open trail riding, lunch and a raffle drawing. The park will hold a Geo Caching Contest, so bring your GPS and find all the goodies. There will also be a Star Search where any stars you find may be turned in for additional raffle tickets.
For complete information click http://www.ksrockspark.com/index.php?TAB=Main
MudChuggers Four-Wheel Drive Club will host their 16th Annual Sno*Blind Expedition this Friday, Saturday and Sunday on the trails in West Branch Michigan. This event is open to all street-licensed 4-wheel drive Jeeps, trucks and SUVs with a low-range capable transfer case.
In addition to the trail rides, events will include the Friday Poker Run and the Saturday Night Banquet which features dinner, door prizes, raffles and awards.
The MudChuggers Four-Wheel Drive Club was formed in 1975 and is a small family-oriented club whose main focus is responsible four-wheeling through education and example. In 1994 MudChuggers developed and hosted the Sno*Blind Expedition and with a consistent attendance of 130-140 vehicles and 250 people.
For more information visit www.mudchuggers.com.
According to Verne Simons of jpmagzine.com “Jeep Cherokees are without a doubt the unsung heroes of the Jeep brand. These vehicles are generally thought of as grocery getters, soccer-mom mobiles, and mall-cruising monsters. The fact of the matter is that these Jeeps offer a well-designed platform that can easily become a weekend trail slayer, and may be the best platform for a daily driver/wheeler out there. And while the old boxy XJ hasn’t been built since 2001, there are still plenty of these Unitbody vehicles cruising our nation’s highways.”
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