Rules, yes, we have to have them but they are simple.

  1. NO alcohol while trail riding for anyone in the vehicle. That includes just having alcohol in your vehicle heading to the trailhead. Should the venue we are at prohibit alcohol in camp, we abide by those rules. If allowed by the venue, we can enjoy an adult beverage, in moderation, in camp after the days riding. In short, BE SMART.
  2. Treat everyone like you would like to be treated. If you have a problem or concern, speak up. As a group, we can’t fix anything if we don’t know about it.
  3. We have a minimum required equipment list that all vehicles must have to ride with the club.
    • All vehicles must have a front and rear recovery point. A tow strap (with loops), D Ring shackles, gloves and a tree saver are strongly recommended. This is for everyone’s safety.
    • All vehicles must have a fire extinguisher.
    • All batteries must be secured.
    • Every vehicle must have a first aid kit. It doesn’t need to be fancy but it should have basic first aid supplies.
    • Sport Bars, hard top or roll cage are required. The factory Jeep Sport Bars qualify.
  4. We recommend everyone have some sort of a 2-way radio. CB is the primary radio desired but if you have a ham rig or GMRS radios, those work. We have several members that can do all of those communication types in their vehicle. Several members have hand held radios that we can lend if needed. We also have the ability to provide Amateur Radio License testing, if you wish to get your ham ticket, let us know and we can work with you and schedule a testing session when we have a couple of members ready to test.
  5. Our most important rule, Have Fun.

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Club Rules

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