The Winter Wheeling Handbook
This past month, a close friend of mine went out and bought himself a Jeep JK. Within two weeks of owning it, he bought wheels and tires, and drove it down to Metal Cloak to put a lift on it. Like most new Jeep owners, he could not wait... Read more
Still a Jeep Favorite…The CJ66
While this Jeep was first released at SEMA in 2016, it appeared again there this year… It was also one of seven concepts that Jeep and Mopar brought to the 2017 Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah. It was constructed using a Wrangler TJ frame, 1966 Jeep Wrangler CJ... Read more
Keep Your Distance – Or Not? Proper Trail Spacing…
Special from Tom Severin, Badlands Offroad Adventure Four wheeling, especially when multiple vehicles are involved, requires teamwork to be successful. Everyone must be on the same page for the trip to come off without a hitch—or as flawlessly as possible. Something as basic as vehicle spacing can affect parts... Read more
The Outbound Collective – Chase your G.O.A.T. [video]
The Outdoor Community… rather than the “Offroad Community” is full of like minded individuals that share the same passions… the passion to be outdoors. When I first came across these folks I was sure they were against motorized recreation, i.e. Jeeping. But I was wrong. This group is best... Read more
ModernJeeperForum’s $5000 Jeep Parts Giveaway!
UPDATED! 2X, 3X, 4X YOUR CHANCE TO WIN BY REFERRING YOUR FRIENDS! The last chance to enter is December 15, so get out there and refer your Jeep loving friends… when they register they just need to put down your forum Username as the referrer, and you get another... Read more
Are You a Road’s Scholar?
Special from Tom Severin, Badlands Offroad Adventure. Off-road vehicles aren’t exactly sports cars. In fact, just the opposite. We can’t safely drive then the same way as our family car. They take longer to stop, are less stable in fast turns, and sometimes have poor visibility. Poor drivers (the... Read more
How to Properly Abandon a Vehicle (on the trail)
Special from Tom Severin, Badlands Offroad Adventure As Trail Leader, you should plan for issues and problems. Some plans are generic since you cannot predict the exact situation. You apply your skills, tools, and techniques to the problem. A first aid kit is a good example. For some issues... Read more
Land Use & SkillzDay ’17 – A Match Made for Modern Jeepers
Skillz Day by MetalCloak — Fun and Learning for All, by Del Albright Every year the great folks at MetalCloak conduct their invention for modern jeepers, Skillz Day.  It’s a day of fun, family, jeeping, learning, vendors, incredible lunch and land use at Prairie City SVRA near Folsom, CA.... Read more
Overlanding? Get A Portable Kitchen in your Jeep!
The folks over at DigitalTrends.com posted up a story that caught our eye! How about a Wrangler Camping System! Complete with 6 gallon water tank, water pump, cooking utensils and cutlery for four, LED lighting, 12-volt adapter You can see their whole article here: https://www.digitaltrends.com/outdoors/wrangler-camping-system/ We think its awesome! Read more
Wilderness First Aid Training… Not Just for the Trails.
Special from Tom Severin, Badlands Offroad Adventure We were returning from the Easter Jeep Safari at Moab. It was a nice drive that Saturday: sunny and warm but gusty. Soon after turning onto I-15, my radio crackled. Tim, one of my friends, excitedly reported a “major accident” involving a... Read more