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06-30-2013 11:36 AM
JeepForrestJeep
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Originally Posted by lynskynbnd View Post

My first Jeep was pronounced (cher-uh-kee)
My current Cherokee is Second Helping
My YJ is Nuthin' Fancy
When I get another Jeep I'll name it Gimme Back My Bullets
It's a Skynyrd thing....
Hahah love that man, sounds like you love skynyrd about as much as I do.
Thanks for the iinfo brother! Greatly appreciated
06-29-2013 03:47 PM
lynskynbnd
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Originally Posted by JeepForrestJeep View Post
@ lynskynbnd great name! I'm seeing skynyrd at Jiffy Lube (or is it the Nissan Pavilion now?) next month. Anyway, is this "The Cove" where the dirtbiking trails are? I've been to a spot called the cove to go trailriding but I didn't know if they had Jeep trails or not. How much is the course? And is this yearly?
My first Jeep was pronounced (cher-uh-kee)
My current Cherokee is Second Helping
My YJ is Nuthin' Fancy
When I get another Jeep I'll name it Gimme Back My Bullets
It's a Skynyrd thing....

The Cove Campground has dirt bike and ATV trails for use most of the year, Several times a year Big Dogs hosts Off Road events there for Jeeps, Buggies, and many other makes and models. Theses trails ar different from the dirt bike trails.
The Off-Camber Crawlers has the 101-201 Off-Road Classes there every July. This year they are on the weekend of the 20-21st. OCC does not charge for the class, but The Cove charges for camping and land use.
OCC also has two OCC Members Only runs at The Cove every year.
If you want to get involved with a great off-road club check us out at www.offcambercrawlers.com
06-25-2013 01:51 PM
JeepForrestJeep @ lynskynbnd great name! I'm seeing skynyrd at Jiffy Lube (or is it the Nissan Pavilion now?) next month. Anyway, is this "The Cove" where the dirtbiking trails are? I've been to a spot called the cove to go trailriding but I didn't know if they had Jeep trails or not. How much is the course? And is this yearly?
08-25-2012 10:49 PM
HellishKitty11 Great!! I can not wait!
08-25-2012 08:29 AM
lynskynbnd
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Originally Posted by HellishKitty11 View Post
Will you be offering this again soon, or next year?
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Originally Posted by coastguardlaxer23 View Post
Is the next one of these next year in July?
YES!!

The Off-Camber Crawlers Off Road Club does the 102-201 Off Road Classes every year in July at The Cove Campgrounds.


Keep an eye on www.offcambercrawlers.com for updates on our calendar, trip reports, and other stuff.

The 2013 101-201 will be posted sometime in the first few months of 2013 on www.offcambercrawlers.com

You can also find OCC on facebook. Lots of pics from the 101 and most of our events are posted there.
08-24-2012 08:42 AM
coastguardlaxer23 Is the next one of these next year in July?
08-23-2012 09:26 PM
HellishKitty11 Will you be offering this again soon, or next year?
07-16-2012 06:07 PM
lynskynbnd Only a few days left to sign up!
07-08-2012 08:48 PM
lynskynbnd
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Originally Posted by InvertChaos View Post
I'm going to try and be there!
I look forward to seeing you there Wes!

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Originally Posted by KittyPrawn View Post
Man... too much going on that weekend for me! Is this only offered annually?
Yes, it is an annual event!
www.offcambercrawlers.com Keep an eye on us and tell your freinds too.
07-08-2012 04:56 PM
KittyPrawn Man... too much going on that weekend for me! Is this only offered annually?
07-08-2012 03:14 PM
InvertChaos I'm going to try and be there!
07-08-2012 02:30 PM
lynskynbnd
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Originally Posted by MikeLisa View Post
Wish they offered this in North Carolina.
Come on up. It's worth the drive!
07-08-2012 01:20 PM
MikeLisa Wish they offered this in North Carolina.
07-08-2012 10:23 AM
lynskynbnd
101-201 Off Road Classes in Virginia

Off Camber Crawlers 101/201 Class - 2012
Who: Open to the public. All interested in 4x4's; new, old, experienced, beginner. (Must sign-up in advance)
What: Organized off-road skills classes and behind the wheel training (in your vehicle)
When: July 21st and July 22nd, Drivers’ Meeting 9:00am
Where: The Cove Campground near Gore, VA
Space is Limited to 80 rigs, Sign up today!

Two class offerings:
101 – Intro to Off-Roading - Getting Ready for the Trail, Know Your Vehicle, and Negotiate Terrain
201 – Intermediate Skills - Field Vehicle Repair & Recovery and Intermediate Driving Skills
* Note: Both classes will start Saturday morning until around lunch, and then each class will head out on the trail for further instruction. Sunday will be only on the trail instruction.
Topics Covered:
Getting to Know Your 4WD Vehicle
What to Bring; tools, gear and parts
Wheeling basics, vehicle and its systems (4wd drive train components, traction devices, clearance, angles, flex/droop, etc.)
Wheeling basics, the terrain and driving (Mud, water, logs, rocks, trails, hills, off-camber, driving techniques, negotiating obstacles)
Trail Repairs (Drive-line removal/install, U-joint replacement, axle pull, setting a bead, temporary trail repairs, etc.)
Spotting and Guiding
Introduction to Recovery
Advanced recovery, snatch-block, multiple winches, etc.
Driving Exercise: Drive various terrain, obstacle negotiation, spotting, winching, etc.
How to Sign up?
1: You will need to join OCC’s Yahoo! Group Email Forum
2: Send an e-mail:board@offcambercrawlers.com
Provide the following information:

Full Name
Desired class (101 or 201)
Days you will attend (Sat Only or both Sat and Sun)
Vehicle year and model
Passenger info

2012 101-201 Main
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