ON CLUB RUNS WE MONITOR C.B. CHANNEL 10 WITH CHANNEL 4 AS AN ALTERNATE.
RUNS ARE RATED ON A 1--5 SCALE OF DIFFICULTY.
EVENTS AND MEETINGS ARE ON ARIZONA TIME UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE.
GUESTS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME ON RUNS AND AT CLUB MEETINGS.
NEXT MEETING APRIL 21, 2015
MOHAVE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 6:30 P.M.
Apr 25, Sat. ASA4WDC Jamboree - 35769 Old Black Canyon Hwy. Black Canyon City, AZ.
To date, members
of the board have been working with 4 Wheel Parts to make our first Jamboree in several years a big success. Arrangements have been
made with Rock Springs Café and General Store to have the registration and headquarters stationed there where there is ample parking
for a very large event. It’s a convenient location due to its closeness to the Table Mesa trails. Camping is available Friday and
Saturday nights. Plans are for an “open camping” area in addition to a “family/quiet camping” area with a curfew of 10:00 p.m.
There are no trails in or out of the camp site, nor are there any adjoining the campsite. Riding in the camp ground will be restricted
to in and out traffic only. All utility/sport vehicles will need to be DOT legal to get to and from local trails. The Campsite is
primitive. There will be Port-A-Jons and a trash dumpster available but no electric or water hookups. There are grocery supplies,
and fuel available close in town. There will be shade awnings provided for the “gathering” fire pit area and registration but there
are limited trees for shade at the campsites. If you have a portable awning, bring it along for shelter during the raffle in case
it rains. We don’t have enough cover for everyone. More information later. If you have questions please call: Joan or Phil 928-565-2811
There will be runs Saturday ranging from easy to buggy style hard-core—something for
all trail enthusiasts. Staff members and trail leaders will be on-site to assist you in choosing which runs you will find most enjoyable. We'll
probably run some trails on Sunday also, just not part of the Jamboree.
Registration: $50.00 for two, $35.00 for one, includes run,
dinner and one raffle ticket per registration. More information will be on the website shortly. http://asa4wdc.org/
If you do not
have your State Trust Land Recreation Permit we suggest you obtain one before the event: azstateparks.com/ohv/permits.html
Permit 1 year $15.00—family 1 year $20.00.
Motels and RV parks can be found at the town of New River off
of I-17 and a few at Black Canyon City, which is close to Rock Springs.
April 4, Saturday. Colorado River Heritage Center is bring back the “Fool’s Poker Run".
The Kiwanis Club of the Colorado River, in
partnership with the Colorado River Heritage Center is bring back the “Fool’s Poker Run" at the Sun Valley Airport, Fort Mohave, 5050
S. Bison (south of El Rodeo Road) . We are looking to our Community Organizations and Business for Donations. This fun Fool’s Poker
run will help us raise much needed funds to go back into our community’s youth. Proceeds from this event will be used to support local
organizations and projects such as: Boy’s & Girls Clubs, Shop with a Cop, Baccalaureate Services, Scholarships, Local Food Drives,
Project Playground, The Salvation Army, Builders Clubs of Fox Creek and Bullhead City Jr. High School, and Key Club Mohave Valley
as well as numerous other projects. Approximately 50 mile track runs through BLM land with a return to Sun Valley Airport. Dry camping
is available at the airport for Friday & Saturday nights. Ice will be available for sale at the airport.
Registration on line,
log onto www.foolspokerrun.com
April 12, Sunday. Sleeping Princess work party, run.
Meet at milepost 8, Hwy 68 at 9:30 leave at 9:45.
Trash pickup and some brush
cutting. May have to replace signs at the kiosks. Bring lunch, plenty of water, brush trimmers, work gloves/safety glasses. Expect
about a six hour run if all goes well.
Rated: 3 – 4.5.
There are by-passes for the tougher portions of the trail.
Phil. 928-565-2811 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Guests: Always welcome!
April 18th, Sat. Blindman's Bluff, Boobs-a-Lot and Joe's Go-around
Meet at 8:30am Leave at 9:00 am from the end of El Rodeo.
Take Hwy 95 South 14.6 miles from Laughlin Bridge. Turn Left (East) on El Rodeo and go to where the blacktop ends.This is a scenic
trail ride through the back country of Mohave County. The trail begins with a steep hill climb as you are looking directly into the
morning sunrise, hence the name Blindman's Bluff. You will encounter many hill climbs and descents as well as some interesting waterfalls.
Bring lots of water and lunch. Hope to be done early afternoon.
Rating: 3.5 There are by-passes for the tougher portions of the
trail. Rear locker and 33" tires recommended for the tougher portions.
Contact: Gavin Van Hook 928-754-6232.
April 3, Fri. Cow Creek
Meet at 8:30am leave at 9:00 am from Exit 25 on I-40 east side of freeway at Yucca. Room to park trailers. Be
sure you have plenty of gas, none available at Yucca! Beautiful scenery, lots of desert flowers. Bring a camera, plenty of water
and lunch, expect a long day.
Rating: 3+ - Minimum 33" tires at least 1 locker recommended. No by-passes.
Contact: Bob Smith
928-219-1603 - email@example.com
Guests: Always welcome!