The largest GeoCrawl Poker Run of the year! This event runs from May - August. Ride trails, visit businesses and post your reviews and images in the directory for your chance to win prizes from our sponsors! All trails, waypoints, tours and business submissions are eligible if listed in https://rl4wd.com/directory.
Drawings will be in Sept. Must be a valid member at the time of the drawing in order to win.
Prizes will have pictures and videos added to this posting.
Remember that private trails are only open eight per event or by guided Trail Guide Ambassadors.
Prize Categories -
Best Trail Image - Judged by image quality and what's being shown.
Best Business Image - Showing visiting a business location.
Best Review - Judged by the completeness of the review and content written.
Random Image - A review image picked at random from image submissions made from May - Aug 2019.
Random Review - A written review picked at random made May- Aug.
The system keeps track of reviews and images by number. Numbers gathered by dates shown are then picked by random.org. We'll try and live stream that drawing if we can.
Good luck and we'll see you on the trails!
Any submission is entered to win! Prizes can be picked up or shipped. If the sponsors do not include free shipping, then winners must pay shipping or puck up at the office or upcoming event.
We're only collecting the cost for the event entry. Please work out your cabin rentals with Sarah at Camp Sinawa by calling (920) 758-2615 Join us for a fun-filled weekend of riding the trails of Camp Sinawa! We'll begin with a night ride Friday night (optional) then some socializing in the lodge or around the fire. Saturday we ride all day with gates opening at 10am. Sunday we finish the riding in the morning and then we pack and clean the camp and vehicles.
Rig pass is for the weekend, there has to be at least one paid and valid member in each rig at all times. You cannot hit the trails without a Trail Guide Ambassador. Please close the gates behind you. Never leave anyone behind, keep the rig behind you in site always. Friday - Check-in with the camp ranger and relax. The trails are not open Friday night unless Trail Guide Ambassadors want to take out folks who've been at the camp before. If this is your first time at Camp Sinawa, we ask that you refrain from learning the trails in the dark.
Saturday - Registration and Rig Checks 8:30am - 9:30am If you can't be on site by 9am, we won't have time to get your registered. It's not fair to those who got there on time to be delayed by late folks. Be on time or catch the next event please.
Riders meeting at 9:30am
Trail Riding Opens 10am.
Mandatory Equipment -
Tow Rope (no metal hooks) and front and rear tow points
CB set to channel 16
Please print and pre-fill the forms on https://rl4wd.com/trails/waiver. Please check your rig before you get there. This saves about 20 minutes per rig if you pre-plan and fill things out.
Trail Rules - https://rl4wd.com/trails/rules
ALWAYS HAVE YOUR SEATBELT ON WHEN THE VEHICLE IS IN MOTION. If passengers are hanging outside the vehicle, you'll be asked to leave.
No alcohol allowed on the trails and you must be 100% sober to drive on the trails.
We will go out to eat at night at times, otherwise, bring your own food and drinks for the weekend. There is fuel and food within 10 minutes of the camp.
Come see us at Levoy's and hang out as we build the Black Knight. Feel free to ask questions, help out or just learn as we build this rig.
A huge thanks to James Levoy for allowing us to bring in members to watch, learn and explore the building process.
While the wrenching may go on longer, nobody is forced to stay or do anything. Help is great, but this is more of a learn, watch, hand out kinda thing.
Bring your own chairs, beverages, trash bags. Hang out with us, maybe hit a trail or two with folks during the day!
The VIP Ride is designed to show local officials, tourism, DNR and legislators about RL4WDs, slow speed trails and how to set up parks like Tigerton. For this ride we'll be taking VIPs around the trails, explaining how we operate and what we plan on doing in the future. Together, we can create a positive future for RL4WD in Wisconsin. We'll need as many Jeeps and such as possible to take people around. We'll have information about the ride and the camp set up in the lodge. Keep in mind, this is a Friday and it starts early. We need Jeeps to showcase, this is a very important event as we begin to talk about a real public RL4WD program for Wisconsin. We'll try to provide lunch for the VIPs, Trail Guide Ambassadors, and crew.At lunch, we'll be providing an award to the village, recognition to any officials within the government who've worked for us and have some floor time for tourism and politicians to talk. The idea here is we'll begin an open dialog on getting programs like ours, but public and open in other areas of the state. Together, we can keep building RL4WD slow speed trails in Wisconsin! The details are still forming, but we'll need as many vehicles as we can to be sure we have enough room to take VIPs and their staff around the trails. We'll set up an FM broadcast so all our radios can be explaining our program as they ride the trails. This way, drivers do not need to know much besides their personal experiences to add. We'll also see if we can get some demo units from the manufacturers and dealers to promote this very important event. It's crucial that the VIPs are able to drive some vehicles if they need to.
A few of us are going to work on trails at Tigerton.
Camping is available. Site entry and camping fees may be waived, but we must be working on trails. Details coming soon.
There is a LOT going on over the 4th of July! Join us for the parade and then we'll hit the trails of the Kettles / Sinawa for a wonderful day of fun that'll finish up with Fireworks on the lakefront!
You'll want to stay over in the Sheboygan area! http://visitsheboygan.com/4thofjuly/ Lots to do on this extended weekend.
We'll meet at our office to remove tops and doors and get the rigs ready to run at 7am and then we'll have to be lined up by 8am.
More info coming soon!
Join us for the Road Legal 4WD Association Summer Tigerton member ride! Experience the incredible 528 acres of crawling trails. Camping, riding, and rock crawling adventures! Enjoy all types of trails and crawling with 1-3 level trails and up to level 10 play areas! The trails are closed to ATV and UTV use during this event to avoid safety issues. Open to members of RL4WD, join here - https://rl4wd.com/member/join/online at least two weeks before the event to get your membership card in time. We will do a guided night run Saturday night. Otherwise, the trails close at dusk. Trail Guide Ambassadors will be on site to take groups around and help spot. The park features a great sign in area, showers, bathrooms, fire pits, camping, wash station, parking for the big rigs and more! Event rig fee is $50 for a weekend rig pass to RL4WD members plus camping if you're staying at the park. Price is a flat $50 no matter if you're coming for the weekend or the day on Saturday. Fees pay for trail improvements, event insurance, and rig charge that the park charges us. The cost is not per person; it's per rig. There must be at least one valid member of rl4wd in each rig while out on the trails. BRING YOUR MEMBERSHIP CARD AS PROOF OF MEMBERSHIP. You will get a paid sticker for your rig when your rig passes inspection. Get your rig tickets at - https://rl4wd.com/event/all/157-erpjuly19/infoGPS and printed maps for members can be downloaded at - https://rl4wd.com/directory/businesses/on-trail/embarrassriveratvparkIf you are staying on site, please rent your RV or tent site at - https://www.tigertonwi.com/reservations/ be sure to talk with your friends about what site you'll be staying at! They have a great reservation system and lots of campsites at very reasonable rates!Road Legal 4WD vehicles must be road licensed and insured. Be sure to have your insurance paperwork with you as it's checked. Road Legal 4WD's are defined as - https://rl4wd.com/home/what-is-a-rl4wd much of the trails here are rock base and slow speed trails. Deep mud areas will be blocked off of they aren't fixed before this event (work day is at - https://rl4wd.com/event/all/168-june19trailwork if you're interested). We don't recommend low-clearance RL4WD's. While some trails are ok for this type of rig, you'll be limited to generally the perimeter trail. You'll want to have a good all-terrain or mud tire for these trails, and you'll want to air down your tires and be in 4low to avoid trail damage. Vehicle inspections will be done before the event. If your rig has bad brakes, bad tires, loud exhaust, or is not road legal, and it will not be allowed on the trails. Safety belts must be worn at all times. People caught without seatbelts on will be ejected without refund. Vehicle must have front and rear tow points, a fire extinguisher, a HAM or CB radio (https://rl4wd.com/communication), and tow rope. Here are the rules of the trail - https://rl4wd.com/training/rulesTrails are leveled via the Universal Trail Rating System. You can look that over here - https://rl4wd.com/TrailRatingSystem Every person coming to the event must sign a waiver. If you are going to bring a child that you are not the legal guardian for, the waiver must be signed by the parent and notarized along with a note saying you have permission to bring their child on the trails. Waivers and rig checklist can be downloaded at - https://rl4wd.com/trails/waiver save yourself the time and hassle of filling this out on site, print it, fill it out and sign it on site. Easily saves 10 minutes.
Going to Northwest Wisconsin to scout trails and such. Placemarker. Limit 5 rigs, will likely do a hotel or camping along with some fun stuff for the family to do.
The Moose Lodge is hosting a car show at Moose Park in Sheboygan, WI. We've been invited to showcase our 4x4 RL4WD vehicles. Come early and park in the 4x4 area!
Details coming soon.
We've been doing the Jeeps in the Sheboygan Jaycees Brat Days parade the last few years and it's been a lot of fun! Brat days is packed with loads of fun things for the family so if you're coming from far away, make a weekend out of it! Details are here - https://www.brat-days.com/ Pictures from 2018 can be seen here - https://rl4wd.com/photos/598-8-4-18-brat-days-parade For the Parade, we meet up at either the AAA office or what have you and then line up for the parade as a group. You are free to leave your tops in the lawn of the office area if you wish. freedom panels can be locked inside the office.