Photos going up at: Morris 4×4 Off Road Show Photos, 25th Annual 2018.04.21
Turn out was just fantastic. You’d be hard pressed to see everything as the show spilled out packing four or five lots with Jeeps coming and going throughout the day.
The album for Saturday’s event is being put together with a good number pictures already in it, but make sure to check back over the next day or two as the
Photos Album for the Morris 4×4 Center – 25th Annual Jeep Meet
will be updated with more photos.
Easter Jeep Safari is a nine day off road event hosted by Red Rock 4-Wheelers. Established in 1967 by the Moab chamber of commerce, leveraging exceptional trail assets and stunning natural beauty the event has grown to be one of biggest and the best known national riding event in the Jeeping community.
In coordination with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the club, Red Rock 4-Wheelers, has expanded trails and provided local stewardship giving the venue strong off road relevance. The event attracts enthusiasts and manufactures a like with Jeep (FCA), now a fixture, annually show casing their concept vehicles at Moab.
Photos from 4 Wheeler Network, click photo above for full set of pics.
April 8th to the 16th, 2017
Organized by Trail Rated Events, the Jeep Meetup at the Quiet Waters Food Truck Invasion is a great opportunity to grab a unique culinary creation and check out some unique Jeep creations. Organizers have conveniently carved out a spot up front right next to the food trucks, reserved just for Jeeps!
Meetups are great a way to check out the tricked out, get an issue all figured out, and to find out when a trail ride is setting out.
Click here for the Motive Image photo album for this event
Just a little ways down the east end of Loop Road, among the scattered bits of old Florida is Lucky Cole’s Outpost. Owned and operated by professional photographer “Lucky” Cole, it’s a respite from the restraints of overly civilized living. Often a destination for Harley riders, Lucky and his oasis played host to Jeeps form the Sugar Shakers Motors Club and the Greater Florida Jeep Trail Team. Ahhh… not a bad Father’s Day Weekend.
More photos at the Motive Image Album.
Looking for the arty-funky feel… yah it’s here… you can’t miss it
It may be super hot out but the beer’s cold, foods good and the roof sprinklers on to keep the incinerating sun from vaporizing us
Gun range? Yep – it’s a Florida thang
Soaking all the heat out before hitting the trails again.
Sometimes the biggest challenge in wheeling is not the terrain but just finding the time and a place close enough for everyone to get together and toss a little mud around. Happy to say this weekend was the right time and a point just off Alligator Alley was the right place.
A huge thanks to the Greater Florida Jeep Trails Team for having us in their company on this ride. Great choice in location, it had a pleasantly remote feel and was peppered with plenty of cool surprises.
More Photo’s at Motive Image Studios – Ride Album
Thursday night’s meetup at Big Dawgs is one of the largest regular gathering of Jeeps in West Broward. G’it on down for a lot full of tall rigs and cold brews.
For the next Big Dawg meetup check with the organizers, Sugar Shakers Motors Club
Jeep Off Road Adventures dropped in on the Tap Shack meet up with the guys from Jeeps Gone Wild. As the lot cleared out by night’s end, some of the night owls got a little practice with wheel climbing.
An XJ (Cherokee) rests its front driver side tire on a built up TJ fitted out for rock cawling. A cool trick on its own but made a lot harder as the XJ has the smaller tires and stiffer suspension. Nicely done!
If you have a spare hour or two on a Thursday night, come on out and get an eye full of their’s and everyone else’s rigs. Stay a little late and watch it get a little edgy.
To see some of their off road exploits and find out where the next meetup is click the Jeeps Gone Wild logo below to their facebook page.
Word of a new off-road course drew in hundreds of Jeeps to Gone Country Weekend at Redneck Yacht Club. Jeepers from all over South Florida decended on RYC in Punta Gorda to test rig and skill against the massive and daunting obstacles that until five weeks prior were a quiet corner of pasture land.
Two very strong course were developed, rated moderate and extreme turned out to be rated a bit shy of their real character. The moderate course while passable on 35″s offered some very serious challenges in climbs and crawls while the extreme course was just down right hellishly brutal.
Of course with entrance, the whole of RYC was available to play in. This included wooded trails and and of course all the mud you and your Jeep can endure. For anyone looking to stay over the weekend the park offers both field and wooded camp grounds (depending on whether you’re that rough it out or RV person).
For those looking for free wheeling and trails RYC opened the wooded back 40.