Wrangler Rider maps are forging new grounds to give Road Legal 4WD owners the tools to explore, share, review, update and know what’s on the trail. Our trails are not simply lines on a map, we showcase hills, rocks, low line, water crossings and more right in the map so our members can get an idea of the type of adventure that trail provides. From crawling to overlanding, our maps are designed to give our members the best experience possible.
Online – Our map directory allows members to download the local maps (print pdf and GPS files), coordinate events, post pictures and videos and write reviews and blogs. Our online maps also feature our business members, Trail Town locations and more!
Printed – We have an industrial printer in our home office that produces high quality magazine style maps. Our map booklets include a lot of detail for each area, coupons, local emergency and land manager numbers as well as local chapter contacts.
Squad up and enjoy the adventure! We’re out mapping weekly to bring you new and exciting content each month.
Video Trail Reviews – Our video program is called Riding Adventures Today and it will highlight areas of the trail in stunning 4K video.
Get the whole image! Our mappers are encouraged to map using 360 cameras.
Our mapping products help educate people on where to go, who to call or email for local info and help keep us expanding out riding opportunities. Funding from our maps go to our mission to increase communication and education within Wrangler Riders. Your mapping support helps us grow!
Those of us in the home office have spent years mapping the ATV trails for the Wisconsin ATV Association. You can see some of our work here - https://watva.org/index.php/riding/trails-2
RL4WD Mapping Timeline -
2017 – Begin mapping and online database creation
Winter of 2017 / 2018 – Launch mapping directory and printing beta launch
Summer 2018 – Wisconsin Mapping Full Launch