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Last One Standing
Dec 9th, 2017




2017 Calendar:

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Month Dates Event Location/Description Trail master(s) Difficulty

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January 28 Club Holiday Party, Club Awards Presentation, White Elephant Gift Exchange @ Dream Inn Holiday party committee FUN!!

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February 8 - 12 KOH Race/Hammers Johnson Valley/Means Dry Lake
Trail Run on Saturday, AFTER the race. If you plan to go email the club.
Brad Moderate + Difficult + Extreme!

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February 17 - 20 Twain Harte/Sonora Black Oak Casino Resort www.blackoakcasino.com/ Brad & Doug R. Moderate + Snow

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February 17 - 19 Cal4Wheel Convention Visalia, CA Jeff & Cassandra
Cal4Wheel
Fun!!

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March 17 - 19 Hollister Mud Run Hollister Hills SVRA.
Meet at the parking area/restrooms near the old obstacle course at 10:00 am. Camping location TBD.
Doug R. Moderate + Muddy

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April 21 - 23 Pismo Coastal Dunes RV Park or camping on the beach. Gary R. & Gary C./td> Moderate + FUN!!

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May 11 - 14 Molina Ghost Run Hollister Hills SVRA
Register at Cal4Wheel.com
Mick & Lori Moderate

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June 16 - 18 Barney Riley
East of Markleeville Jeff & Cassandra Moderate

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July 5 - 9 Rubicon Trail
Couple nights at Buck Island/Couple nights at Springs JJohnny & Tori Difficult

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July 7/16 4Wheel Parts Appreciation Day Hollister Hills SVRA FUN!!

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Aug 4 - 6 Slick Rock Johnny Difficult

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August 23 - 27 Fordyce Trail Cisco Grove Campground Extreme!

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Sept 9 - 12 Dusy Creek - camp on trail Robin Difficult

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Sept 14 - 17 Swamp Lake - camp at Wishon https://www.wishonvillage.com/ Robin Difficult

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October 11 - 15 Slick Rock/Deer Valley Lake Alpine Campground Johnny & Mike Moderate + Difficult

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November TBD TBD TBD TBD ???

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December 9th 9th Annual "Last One Standing" Competition and Raffle Hollister Hills SVRA LOS Committee FUN!! + Difficult + Extreme!

Trail Rating Difficulty Guide:

EASY = These are usually considered rough fire roads that stock vehicles could easily conquer. Stock ride height, stock tires, open differentials and little or no previous four wheeling experience.

MODERATE = These are more challenging trails for a mildly modified vehicle. 2-3" lift, up 32" tires, limited slip differential in at least one axle, would have moderate difficulty traversing these trails. A so-equipped rig could expect minor body damage.

DIFFICULT = These are quite challenging trails, even for a well equipped rig with a novice driver. Rig improvements would comprise of 33-35" tires, 4-5" lift, at least one locking differential, winch, and a full roll cage. These trails usually have numerous difficult sections composed of large boulders and crevasses that are challenging for even an experienced driver to negotiate. Higher risk of body damage to occur.

EXTREME = This an extreme trail, generally reserved for very experienced drivers in very well equipped rigs. Rig improvements would include greater than 35" tires, Locking differentials in both axles, Greater than 7" lift, winch, rocker guards, body armor, full roll cage. Body damage and mechanical failures are likely. Extreme challenges that include massive boulders, vertical climbs, and pinch points.

See previous 2016 calendar

 



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