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COA4WDCI is more than just a way to bring Clubs from

around the State of Colorado together.  We are also about

participating in public events to help inform the general public

about responsible OHV recreation

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The Big Thompson 4-Wheelers have been based in Loveland for over 30 years and are active throughout the year sponsoring Road Rallies and Car Shows. We also have an annual Christmas tree cut and participate in the “Toys For Tots” run in December, as well as other 4WD activities throughout the year. We usually have 1 or 2 club trips monthly. We meet the first Wednesday of each month starting at 7:00 p.m.

Big-T is a family oriented club that is active in preserving and maintaining our trails in order to keep them open for all to enjoy. We have adopted Johnny Park and Green Ridge Trail as our “Adopt-A-Roads” where we do trail maintenance and cleanups in order to keep these trails open to the public. If you are interested in responsible four-wheeling and fun for your whole family, bring your four-wheel drive and join us. Visitors and prospective members are always welcome.

If you have never attended one of our events, we would encourage you to do so. We have something for everyone, young and old alike. So won’t you come and join us in some great times and experience four-wheeling at its best?

Horsetooth Four Wheelers is a four-wheel drive club in northern Colorado, belonging to both the Colorado Association of Four Wheel Drive Clubs, Inc (CoA4WDCI) and the Toyota Land Cruiser Association. Although we are a club that is comprised mostly of Toyota vehicles, we welcome all other vehicle types.

Under the CoA4WDCI adopt-a-road program our adopted trail is Crystal Mountain where our mission is to keep it clean and to keep it open for everyone to enjoy now and in the future.

Feel free to contact us with any questions and come join us anytime.

The Larimer County 4 Wheel Drive Club (also known as the Mountaineers) was formed in 1966 with a collection of mainly Jeep vehicles. Since that time the club has grown to over 50 members, consisting of every American built four wheel drive vehicle and a few from across the water. Membership activities include a monthly meeting, a monthly trip, potluck dinners, Halloween parties, Christmas parties, and other events.

The club has been actively involved for over 20 years in trail maintenance, working for public access, and supporting the multiple use concept of our public lands. Members have been involved in cleanup of the North Sand Hills at Walden with the Bureau of Land Management. The Mountaineers have also worked with the Arapaho/Roosevelt National Forests in the U.S.D.A. Forest Service Adopt-A-Road program and the Trail Host Program. Presently the club has adopted the Seven Mile, Kelly Flats/Wintersteen Mesa and Moody Hill/Sheep Creek Roads.

Members have also provided transportation during winter storms for medical personal and supplies. We have been called upon to transport nursing home personnel as well as the Meals on Wheels in conjunction with the Poudre Valley Hospital. We also donate to needy families during the Christmas Season and other times during the year as the need arises.

We are a family oriented group open to all regardless of vehicle or family size. If you are interested in this type of fun and community involvement in the Fort Collins area please call us.

The Trailridge Runners 4WD Club is a group of four wheel drive vehicle enthusiasts who follow the guidelines of Tread Lightly!

We are composed of all types of vehicles; 4Runners, Jeeps, Pickups, Scouts, Pathfinders, Samurais, and all types of people; single, married, families, retired. The interests that draw us together are the history of Colorado, the scenery of the high country, the challenge of the 4WD roads, and the companionship of others with our interests. Our goal on the trail is to get everyone through all difficult areas. We like to run our trips with minimal breakdowns, but we come prepared for those instances.

We are very involved with the public land managing agencies and act as public lands stewards by doing annual Volunteer projects, including 4WD road maintenance, annual Lefthand Canyon Cleanup project, campground re-constructions, picnic ground cleanups, and 4WD road signing projects.

We work to educate others on the proper use of a 4WD sport utility vehicle by team work and teaching newcomers the sport of four wheeling.

We explore the history and scenery of the west. We enjoy casual sight seeing trips, remote camping, challenging 4WD roads, and working together as a team. Our trips range from one day trips to week long excursions. Difficulty levels vary from fall color runs to the high Colorado passes to the rock crawling challenge areas.

The best way to find out more about the Trailridge Runners 4WD Club is to join us at one of our club meetings. They are held once a month, usually the second Friday, at 7:15pm in Longmont, Colorado.

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