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!
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]
It wasn’t until after World War II, where the military jeep had proved so sturdy and utilitarian, that adventurous souls became enamored with its use in our mountainous back country and desert using old Indian and white man trails. Thus, a new type of recreation was being born in the late 1940s and 50s, embraced by a small group of hardy men eager to see what our challenging countryside had to offer, and the term “ jeeping ” became the definitive name for” Four Wheeling”.In those early years a “Search and Rescue” team of local men with citizen band radios gained an intimate knowledge of the local back country thru their rescue work. Some decided to forego “Search and Rescue” and concentrate on adventure and exploration. Two of these men were Roy Pruitt and Bozzy Willis. Bozzy had always worked closely with the Bureau of Indian Affairs where his father had been employed. Bozzy’s knowledge of the Indians, their trails, culture and history made him an instant leader of the small band of early four wheelers. Eventually the membership evolved into a club named Tierra Del Sol.Tierra Del Sol 4 Wheel Drive Club was incorporated in August 1962 as a non-profit organization and some of the early names are still part of the TDS roster: Albrecht, Arnold, Branch, Collins, Fertig, Londo, Nielson, Rappold, and Stough.
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