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06-25-2011 12:23 AM
G-Rocc I don't have facebook but I will be there.
06-24-2011 04:58 PM
TJamieD
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Originally Posted by G-Rocc
That china man trip sounds like a blast. Do you need to RSVP or belong to the club to join in?
They request an RSVP just so they don't leave you behind if you're running late. You can do that on their facebook page I think. Search csc4w to find it. You do not have to be a member to run it with them. I can guarantee you won't regret running it with them
06-23-2011 09:33 PM
G-Rocc That china man trip sounds like a blast. Do you need to RSVP or belong to the club to join in?
06-23-2011 08:56 PM
topher38
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Check out this site, Colorado Springs Christian 4 Wheelers - Home Page . It's a club I've been in for 5 years. They run trails every 2 weeks in the summer. They always have an easy option, and another group that does more challenging trails

This weekend the easy group is going up Medano Pass and camping Friday night, then going over the pass Saturday and playing at the dunes.

The other group is running Chinaman Gulch.
since when can you go on the dunes. last year when i talked to the front office they said that you cant touch the dunes with any automotive. the said you could go on the trail but thats it
06-23-2011 08:54 PM
Vampyre720 donkey days in cripple creak this weekend. if possible im going to try to take gold camp and old stage road and try to hit eagle rock and saran wrap and maybe captain jacks trail on my way up and/or down. if your interested hit me up.

all this is under the assumption i can figure out why my jeep wont start and is sitting at 19v on the gauge when i do get it running... definitely a dead battery but what else is it hiding?
06-23-2011 12:13 AM
TJamieD Check out this site, www.csc4w.com . It's a club I've been in for 5 years. They run trails every 2 weeks in the summer. They always have an easy option, and another group that does more challenging trails

This weekend the easy group is going up Medano Pass and camping Friday night, then going over the pass Saturday and playing at the dunes.

The other group is running Chinaman Gulch.
06-21-2011 05:20 PM
G-Rocc
This weekend

Any body doing any trials this weekend? Looking for some moderate to extreme guys to go wheel'n with if you are interested post it up.

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