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Happy Thanksgiving ModernJeepers!
What are you thankful for? It’s Thanksgiving, a time to reflect on the year and the years ending. What are we thankful for? We are thankful for YOU!! You make the difference, you make us thankful! It’s because of you, our followers, our readers, our Jeep Family that enable... Read more
Refresh Your Contingency Plan Before Tackling Obstacle
Every four-wheeling excursion involves some preparation. Even individual components of the trip can require careful planning to ensure a smooth drive. This is especially true when negotiating hills. Whether climbing or descending, knowing how to handle certain situations can mean the difference between continuing on and getting stuck. Before... Read more
Great Smokey Mountain Jeep Invasion: This Years Biggest Show!
The Great Smoky Mountain Jeep Invasion takes place at the LeConte Center in the heart of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, and was held August 25-27, 2022.  Daily admission bands can be purchases on site for $15 per adult per day, children 6-12 are $5 and children 5 and under are... Read more
onX Ambassadors Reflect on What Public Lands Mean to Them
To celebrate National Public Lands Day on September 24, 2022, onX friends and ambassadors like Conrad Anker, Jana Waller, Cody Townsend, Mike Foote, and Luke Takahashi (Co- Founder of WLF Enduro) reflect on how Public Lands have impacted them and encourage all outdoor enthusiasts to do the same. Whether... Read more
Four-Wheeling Requires Commitment and Sound Judgement Decision Making
Four-wheeling entails constant alertness and decision-making. Even easier courses require the driver to be focused at all times. Any sort of obstacle increases the decision-making process exponentially. Certain situations require knowing when to throttle up and when to back off to try again. Every instance is unique and requires... Read more
Topless For Tatas : The 14th Annual Rausch Creek Event!
We are off to the east coast again for the 14th annual Topless For Tatas charity wheeling event! This is my very first time to finally get to this amazing wheeling event at the famous Rausch Creek Offroad Park. Open all year round and home to many wheeling events... Read more
Red Alert – Moab Trails!
RED ALERT FOR BLM COMMENT PERIOD The draft EA for the Labyrinth Rims / Gemini Bridges travel plan in Moab has just been published, kicking off a 30-day comment period that ends October 7. Find more info here: https://www.blm.gov/press-release/blm-announces-public-meeting-and-comment-period-labyrinth-rimsgemini-bridges-draft This is probably the most important travel management plan of... Read more
“Weather” or Not to Re-Route
Editor’s Note: A special edition from the brand manager of Adventure Rack Systems, Mike Upchurch Route planning takes into consideration many things which can vary each trip depending on the time of year; weather conditions, road conditions, economic conditions (gas prices for instance), and who knows what other things... Read more
BlueRibbon Coalition Sues to Overturn Biden Monument Designations
Today, the BlueRibbon Coalition (BRC), filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah against President Biden’s unlawful designation of the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalanted National Monuments. BRC is joined by a rancher, a miner, and a member of Utah’s Native American community —... Read more
Acquisition of 5,600-Acre Property for Motorized Recreation Area
If anyone remembers all the way back to 2007, the name Paragon Adventure Park probably rings a bell. Well this news and acquisition contains that property which is GREAT news for us enthusiasts! Scheduled to open in 2024, Mike Cashman, owner of Mount Zion Offroad in Dover, is thrilled... Read more