is a family oriented 4x4 club dedicated to responsible four wheeling,
cooperative multiple use of recreational resources, and protection of
Trail Rides: These events are open to the public - Get your 4x4 Ready!!!!
Saturday, February 6, 2016
Jeep 4x4 Videos:
Fall Trail Run
Friday night, Saturday, and Sunday September 23-25, 2016
- Offroad Great Adventures! Trail
riding, rock crawling, and blasting through snow, or working on
our 4x4 in the garage and getting them ready for the trail.
- View all videos MNTrailRiders channel
- Subscribe to see new Jeep'en videos released!
- The MN Trail Riders host our Fall run;
This is open to the public; located near River Falls Wisconsin. Complete Fall Run Details
including trail conditions, FAQ's and video's from past years.
- Event Videos!
- Part 1: Marvin's Mountain, camp trails gullies, Trillium valley and logo
- Part 2: Dead horse; gully and ravine; electric Samuri, and Cripple Creek
- 3pm Hill: Built buggies take on the 60 degree challenge
- Check out last years (2014) video footage from this event - see
rigs of all sizes from stock to very buit trucks and buggies.
Trails, Dana 35 Repair, Dead
- Part3 - 3pm Hill - very built buggies attempt 3pm
Trailriders is again accepting applications for
membership. In general terms, we are a short wheel base club who's main
interests are trail riding and rock crawling. The vehicles in our club
range from completely stock Jeeps to large Jeeps built for serious rock
crawling and trail riding. Club members trail vehicles are required to
be licensed, insured, street drivable and must have a quiet exhaust
system with a fully baffled and spark arresting muffler. Trailriders is
kid friendly and the entire family is invited to every event and
meeting. Take a look at the membership
information and safety
requirements and then E-mail the club at info@MNTrailriders.org
if you think Trailriders is the right club for you.
things get out of hand and bad things happen to good people, or dumb
things happen to smart people. Sometimes you just forget that
the bleeders are supposed to be at the top of the caliper;) Click here for our Ooops page.
|We aren't into 'muddin', but plenty of other clubs
in Minnesota are, so please check the Mn4WDA
Web page if that is your interest or if you are looking for a
different type of club. There are many different types of clubs in the Mn4WDA and we are sure
that there is a club that is right for you, even if Trailriders aren't.