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Spring 2017 SFWDA Meet & Ride will go down as a SUCCESS! Thanks to Hale Mountain OHV Park, and the Rocket City Rock Crawlers for leading.

 We helped bring out 75 people total to the park that day. 

 We helped bring out 75 people total to the park that day. 

  This is exactly what the SFWDA Meet N Rides are all about:  exposing folks to what Southern has going on these days, the accomplishments, status, and direction SFWDA is headed. 

 We helped bring out 75 people total to the park that day. Especially good when you can get this information in the ears of folks that may have never even had direct contact with Southern before.  At the same time, getting these people out on trails too and leading them through trails many of them have never experienced before. 

  The rain that the park saw overnight before the ride changed the equation a little bit for the difficulty level for everyone and momentum became the name of the game.  That, and some folks got some lessons on winch rigging and safety which is always good.  The "easy" group went through two rather difficult obstacles together as a team using straps and winches whenever necessary for those without lockers and less aggressive tires.  The route wouldn't have been quite as challenging when dry of course.  Moderate and hard groups also saw their fair share of challenges but it was expected and didn't stop anyone. 

  Many thanks to Hale Mountain for opening up their park for us and we hope that many of the attendees will re-visit the park, perhaps when it's a little dryer.   Also, thank you to SFWDA for covering the Chick-Fil-A biscuits and O.J. Saturday morning.  After all, we are Southern so what's a get-together without good food!  See y'all at Trailfest!

Great event for our club, SFWDA, and Hale Mountain Park. Thank y'all!

- Jake White
Owner / Operator CartoTracks.com
Rocket City Rock Crawlers


Complete Photo Collection of approx 250 images can be found on Cartotracks Facebook Page here

SFWDA also wishes to thank Hale Mountain OHV Park, and
the Rocket City Rock Crawlers for leading our rides. 

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S.H.O.P.'s Summer 2016 Meet & Ride Review of another successful event

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 Rock Corps would like to thank everyone for coming out this past weekend to the SFWDA Meet-N-Ride at the S.H.O.P. The temperatures were hot and so was the wheeling, I didn’t hear of much carnage so it sounds as though a good time was had by all. There was a quick introduction meeting to get people acquainted with Rock Corps, the SHOP, and the upcoming events for SFWDA. From there groups formed up and headed out to explore the park, Lunch time rolled around and hot dogs, hamburgers, and cold cut sub sandwiches were served with chips and cold drinks. After lunch more trail riding and park exploring was done until it was time to head back to our individual destinations. 

 Again Thank Each and Every One of you that came out to show support for Rock Corps and The SHOP and we look forward to seeing you again and coming out to enjoy our pride and joy called Sugar Hill Off Road Park

Sincerely

Rock Corps Board Of Directors


Below you can find a select few photos from my camera, while we have lots more from others as well as videos from the ride on the old event page with Facebook.

https://www.facebook.com/events/550783405092915/

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Fall Meet & Ride at Choccolocco Mountain OHV Park

Choccolocco

Beautiful weather, great people, great turnout! We graciously thank the whole Warner Robbins Jeep Club for all their effort hosting this successful event. We filled a trailer full of toys for the tots and helped support a local OHV park, all while having a GREAT time! Be sure to join us at the next Meet and Ride.

From Oscar Indreland ; President of Warner Robbins Jeep Club :
"On behalf of the Warner Robins Jeep Club it truly was our pleasure to be apart of this. Seems everyone had a great time. Few broken parts here and there but that's part of the game. We ended up with nearly 100 vehicles and almost double that in people. The WRJC had a blast and we hope everyone else did too."

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