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Off-Road

The 2019 King of the Hammers Pre-Show

It’s that time of the year again where we try to get Dave Cole of Ultra4 Racing to spill the beans on the King of the Hammers race course before he’s supposed to. What other details are coming for KOH week? Wait, Unlimited Trucks and a Pit Crew Competition? For many years, the King of […]

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The SNORE McKenzie’s Rage at the River – Part 2

It’s the close of this event that reminds me why I like the McKenzie’s Rage at the River. There is a feeling I get while attending it that I don’t get anywhere else. It’s somewhat hard to explain. I’ve been to the King of the Hammers, I’ve been to the Mint 400, and I’ve been […]

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The SNORE McKenzie’s Rage at the River – Part 1

It’s been a few years since I was last at the Rage at the River. Coming back, I now remember why I loved the event as much as I did the first time. I truly love the McKenzie’s Rage at the River. For an event that is almost a decade old – the first Rage […]

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The 2018 Lucas Oil Off-Road Expo

The Lucas Oil Off-Road Expo presented by General Tire is the second biggest show for off-roading in the US. Well, just after the SEMA Show, anyway. I’d also argue that it’s the fourth biggest event you can hit in the US when you include the big races like The Mint 400, The King of the […]

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Off Road Nights Dirt Lifestyle Festival

The Off Road Nights (ORN) Dirt Lifestyle Festival is a celebration of the off-road culture. Despite being set in the heart of Temecula, CA in the heat of August, the night setting was perfect for this outdoor event. Day turns to Night One of the best advantages is that the ORN Dirt Lifestyle Festival is […]

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The Nexen Tire Roadian MTX Drive with the Big Bear Jeep Experience

Big Bear Lake, California. It’s a bit of a tourist town known best for its skiing and its namesake lake. However, it also features some of the best scenic off-road trails you can drive on. That’s why Nexen Tire had the Big Bear Jeep Experience lead us up to show the capabilities of the new […]

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A Wrangler TJ Crawlin’ on 40’s with a 2.5-Liter

To be completely honest, I’ve never driven a four-wheel-drive with anything less than six-cylinders. So, when I was chosen to drive Cameron Harris’ Jeep Wrangler TJ, I figured it had to have at least an inline-six. Then I fired it up and realized there were two cylinders missing. During the Yokohama Geolandar X-MT debut, test […]

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A Test of the Yokohama Geolandar X-MT on the KOH Course

When you pair up with a Jeep legend like Tony Pellegrino and the GenRight Family, there is only one place you can go to debut a tire: Johnson Valley OHV Park and the Hammers. He knows the trails and took a group of us out along the 2018 KOH course, so we could not only […]

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Jimny Cricket – The Suzuki Jimny LJ20

By putting Suzuki on the market as a global success, the Jimny is a compact off-roader that continues to this day. However, it didn’t start off as an original Suzuki design. The original LJ-chassis Suzuki Jimny was introduced in 1970 as the LJ10, however, the design the LJs were based on was created by Hope […]

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My Take On The Potential New Ford Bronco

It’s the most requested vehicle to be brought back by fans of the Blue Oval since the reinvention of the Mustang and Ranger, but should we really expect a true Wrangler fighter? Ford has teased that the Bronco would make its return since the 2004 Detroit Auto Show, a full 14 years and two-months since […]

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