If we haven't already, we'd like to welcome you to the site. We're a bunch of Xtreme Jeep Enthusiasts like yourself, and we'd like to hear about your rockin' adventures too! Be sure to check out the forums for upcoming trail runs, and don't worry about dues and meetings, we are not a club...
We've come a long way in a relatively short time. Out in the California Mojave Desert is where we mostly Jeep, and we enjoy the San Bernardino Mountain trails too. In July of 2005, a select group of members adopted & 2N84, but have moved on to and now maintain 3N93 - Holcomb Creek Trail as part of the Adopt-A-Trail program of the San Bernardino National Forest. It's a black diamond trail that you can pick up out of Fawnskin, which was reopened in 2011 after the Butler fire. Dedicated? We are. The US Forest Service presented us with a 3rd place trophy for cumulative hours in 2005, 2006 and 2007. With the adoption of Holcomb Creek Trail (3N93) in 2008, we earned 1st place in hours for '08 and '09, second place in 2010 and the '08 and '11 Forest Conservation Award! For the 2010-2011 work year we logged an amazing 2954 hours for third place; 2011-2012 with 1960 hours in 2nd place - so congratulations to the crew.
We are committed to responsible offroading, including TRAILS not TRACKS, safety & teamwork, and respect for ourselves and our environment. We attend local cleanups and most of the time leave camping areas in better shape than we found them.
If you're not checkin' in from out west – no worries – we have thousands+ of visitors each day from across the US! Throughout our adventures, we found a few crazy folks who eat, sleep and breathe the MJR Jeep life. Thanks guys (and gal), you rock:
Chris has definitely learned that his TJ will get stuck just about as much as his old XJ. You'll find Chris and his open diff climbing up any difficult obstacle on the trail – and of course body damage is part of the plan!
Erik and his extreme YJ surely define "the Jeep Wave." Everyone knows his famous pose - and speaking of fame, he's recognized nationwide! Check out his Jeep in the January '04 issue of JP Magazine, among others.
Definitely not a seat ornament, you'll find Tammy driving right along side the guys. Just as comfortable with a wrench in her hand as a camera, she'll flex that Jeep for all it's got! You rock babe.
Even though Brian has retired his jeep, we still owe him a spot here because of his dedication to the site, his friendship and, of course, his hand-me-down jeep parts through the years.
We're all having so much fun taking videos and pictures that we thought you'd like to share your stuff too. Subscribed members can log in to the gallery and post their own photos! Forum members can also leave comments and rate each picture with the same username.
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