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COA4WDCi


The Colorado Association of 4WD Clubs is a not-for-profit (contributions are not tax deductible) umbrella organization for four wheel drive clubs in the state of Colorado. We began in 1968. We are members of the Colorado Off-Highway Vehicle Coalition, and United Four Wheel Drive Associations and are voting members of Tread Lightly! Annually we donate to Mountain States Legal Foundation and to the Colorado Off-Highway Vehicle Coalition Legal Defense Fund in order to support legal actions that maintain public access to public lands. To support the education of our young four wheelers, we give out an annual Scholarship toward secondary education. The Colorado Association is more than a financial supporter of public access. Annually our clubs do over 10,000 hours of volunteer work on the campgrounds, picnic grounds, hiking trails, and 4WD roads of Colorado. We also participate in the National Trails Day event in June by taking a group of physically challenged people on a 4WD trip into the Rocky Mountains for the day. Many of our Member Clubs with the support of our Associate (Business) Members put on annual events. .  The Association meets four times annually, once each quarter, to conduct our association business and to share information about upcoming events. Annually, we also vote for the associations Four Wheeler of the Year, and Club of the Year for an individual(s) and club(s) that have shown outstanding support for motorized recreation.

2018 Raffle Rig- Coming Soon to an Event Near You

We are happy to announce the long over due Raffle Rig is coming back in 2018.  Take a few minutes and check out the page for it and keep an eye out for updates and when tickets will be available.


Click on image to view the Raffle Rig Page
and view the Photo Album

Quarterly Meeting Information

***2018 2nd Quarterly Meeting *** 

  • Hosted by:Bighorn 4x4s

  • Location:  Western Museum of Mining and Industry

  •   225 North Gate Blvd, Colorado Springs, Co 80921

  • Saturday, April 21st

  • Time:10am - 2pm

 

Registration opens at 9:00am.  Meeting starts at 9:45am.  Lunch served at 11:45pm (Must present a meal ticket).

 

A full taco bar will be set up by La Casita Fresh Mexican Grill (http://www.lacasitamexigrill.com).  HOMEMADE taco shells and chips, refried beans, Spanish rice, hot & mild salsas, grated cheddar cheese, diced tomatoes and shredded Lettuce.  Tea and lemonade are included.  Your cost for this delicious buffet:

 

  • Adults (ages 12 and older) - $10
  • Children (ages 5-11) - $7.50
  • Ages 4 and under are FREE.

 

Meal tickets are available at the door, but are limited to the first 35 people.  You may make reservations by contacting Mike at mebmrb@outlook.com, or text or call him at (719) 332-4573.  Include the number of adults and ages of children in your reservation.

 

The deadline to reserve your meal tickets is WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18th.  Please don’t hesitate!

 

After the meeting, please support the museum by purchasing tickets, online or in person.  Enjoy this wonderful museum and it’s impressive WORKING historical mining equipment.  It is a fun family place which offers dynamic guided tours, interactive exhibits and other exciting activities for all ages.  See http://www.wmmi.orgfor details and ticket prices.

 

ALSO – Weather Permitting on Sunday, April 22.  If we can garner 3 or more interested folks planning to be in the area through Sunday, trail leaders are ready to take a group through the EAGLE ROCK trail (our clubs’ adopted trail just above Colorado Springs on Gold Camp Road).  Or we may decide to go instead to CHINAMAN GULCH near Buena Vista.  This is about a two-hour trek from the Springs, but is well worth the trip if the weather is cooperating.  The decision about which trail to attempt will be made during the delegates meeting.  A signup sheet for either or both trails will be available at the registration desk, along with Sunday morning meeting place(s) and time(s).

 

We look forward to seeing you at the Delegate’s meeting!

 

Bighorn 4x4s of Colorado Springs

http://www.bighorn4x4.org

 

 



 

 

Some Video Fun from One of Our Member Clubs

The Larimer County Four Wheel Drive Club has been hosting an Annual "Fun Daze" Event since 2015. It has been held every year in October since then.
 




 


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