This club is organized exclusively for pleasure, recreation and other similar non-profitable purposes. To be a “fool”, you should be at least 18 years old, own a 4wd vehicle, and go on at least one outing per year. Then complete their online membership form and get ready for fun times “foolin around”.
Founded upon 4x4's, friendship and adventure (March 2000); our club is rooted in family fun, aimed at the beginner through the experienced four wheelers. The club is open to owners of all types of 4x4s. Our runs and activities are planned to accommodate all levels of driver experience and vehicle modification.The point of the journey is not to arrive but how you get there!
Kick Ass Street Vehicles (Cars, Trucks, etc)... appreciate awesomeness on the blacktop
The purpose of this club is really to get everyone to communicate if the forum isn't for you. This has alot of the same features as you would find from Wordpress but we get all the control we want. Also the site is backed up daily and is utilizing https (SSL certs) to help make it more secure.
So with so many websites out on the internet why another website?
How many times have you gone to a website and invested time in adding and contributing to the community to have them change or just call it quits. I am tired of being involved with communities / websites that the admins just don't keep up to date with patches or no involvement because the community has given up on them.
Gear Crushers is suppose to be about more than just offroad. I imagine many of you are just like me. I enjoy not just offroad but street racing, boats, rv's, ATV's, Motocross, Motorcycles, etc.. This site "Gear Crushers" is exactly that. We want to give a home for everyone. They all have similarities that could benefit you or could benefit someone else. Engines, Transmissions, Axles, etc..
Also I think we have a kick ass logo that could be used by Bike, Car, Truck, Offroad, Boat communites..
Any 4X4 provided that at least 1/2 of membership is an Auburn University student. Meetings are held: Whenever we can.
Contact: Michael Ward Phone: (334)502-5386 - E-mail: [email protected]
Contact: Michael Oberding Phone: (334)502-4930 - E-mail: NONE
This Early Bronco club is based in Ohio and dedicated to the 1966 – 1977 Ford Bronco. It’s primarily an Internet-based club whose purpose is to make new friends, talk Broncos, trade ideas and have an occasional trail ride.
The Brush Beater Jeep Club is a family oriented club that is open to all makes of 4 wheel drive vehicles, however the vast majority in the club do own Jeeps.
The Brush Beater Jeep Club is based in Southwest Missouri/Southeast Kansas. However, our members and officers are spread across the country.
Trail rides are scheduled every month in a variety of locations throughout Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. Out of the area trips are also scheduled several times during the year.
Centered in Cadillac, Michigan. Cadillac Jeepers Hosts of the Jeep Blessing Every May in Mesick Michigan. Master Driver’s Course, Mud Pit, Kids Games, Blessing, Swap Meet, Raffles and More. Family Trailrides and Offroad Park Trips for Extreme 4 wheeling.
This is a Chicagoland based group, members are scattered all over from northwest indiana to southern wisconsin.
We have all levels of jeepers from road queens to offroading mud machines and everyone is welcome.
Meetings are held: 2nd Tuesday of each month 7:00 pm at The Tuscaloosa library on River Rd. In the rotary room
Contact: James Adams Phone: 205-345-0406 - E-mail: [email protected]
Contact: Whitney Alexander Phone: 205-553-5601 - E-mail: [email protected]
Michigan Treadhead is a group of ATV, ORV and SxS riders that organize monthly group rides, share information, help fund-raise for a good cause, and support other organized Michigan fund raising rides and events throughout the year.
The family membership includes spouse/girlfriend and your children under 18 or a guest passenger on any club rides or events.
The single membership covers you and a guest passenger on any club rides or events.
There is no yearly membership fee but a ride registration fee of $10 per machine is required for all club rides. The fee for overnight and fund raisers will be higher and very according to the event.