Recreation Advocate

The OutdoorWire family websites feature news and information affecting outdoor recreation opportunities and access to public lands. 

Advocating access to public lands carries a responsibility to be part of the solution for managing the public lands.  As a strong proponent for participation to make a difference, I am a full time advocate for recreation and the Managing Editor of the OutdoorWire family websites. 

4x4Wire.com is dedicated to four wheel drive recreation...

Advocating access to public lands carries a responsibility to be part of the solution for managing the public lands.  As a strong proponent for participation to make a difference, I am a full time advocate for recreation and the Managing Editor of the OutdoorWire family websites. 

4x4Wire.com is dedicated to four wheel drive recreation featuring technical articles and information to promote, protect, and provide outdoor recreation opportunities.  4x4Voice.com focuses on California issues. MUIRNet.net is focused on environmental, administrative and legislative news and information. OutdoorWire.com is Access and Landuse Central with an overall index to the contents of the family of websites. 

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Four-wheelers to be treated to Extravaganza

The Capital City Mountain Goat 4 Wheel Drive Club Invites you to join them for their 21st Annual Grand 4 Wheel Drive Excursion and Epicurean Extravaganza on September 5, 6 & 7, 2008.

If you now find Rubicon Trail is no longer a challenge, and the Fordyce Trail is boring, then by all means join us for an unforgettable excursion on the Hell Hole Trail. Not up for rock crawling? How about an exciting, fun-filled trip to Steamboat Mountain, suitable for all 4x4’s. At the end of the day, we provide a hot shower and lavish six-course dinner served under the stars, by candlelight in linen tablecloths.

It's truly memorable!

Event includes:

  • Friday night: Dinner around the campfire, music, no host bar, moonlight Run overlooking French Meadows all 4x4 are welcome on this run.
  • Saturday: Continental breakfast, head out on the Hell Hole Trail, or the scenic, historic Steamboat Mountain Run, lunch provided.
  • Saturday night: Formal t-shirt provided, gourmet champagne dinner, prime rib or chicken cordon bleu, live entertainment, open air dancing in the Starlight, no host bar
  • Sunday: Hot buffet breakfast, raffle extraordinaire!

For more information visit the Capital City Mountain Goats' website at www.ccmg4wd.org


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Surplus City Fall Mud & Crawl

3rd Annual Surplus City Fall Mud & Crawl - September 6th and 7th 2008

Riffle’s RV Park
4514 Pacific Heights Road
Oroville, CA 95965

Are YOU Tough Enough to Wear Pink?

Wear a pink shirt to the event and $1.00 of your general admission ticket will be donated to Breast Cancer Support Programs in Butte County, CA.

Come on out and watch all the Rock Crawling and Mud Bogging Action.
Giant Raffle to support The Butte County Search and Rescue

Sponsored by Surplus City, CJ-Jeep.com, Hobbie Toyota and Feather River Rock Crawlers

For more information please call 530-533-2500 or visit our web site at www.cj-jeep.com

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Submit a Web Link

All Registered Users can submit web links, and there is no limit on the number that a User can submit. Doing so is very simple, and we encourage you to submit your favorite links so others can benefit from them.

To submit a web link:

  1. Click the Submit a Web Link link in the left navigation, under Articles and Pictures.
  2. This will bring up a simple form which requires some basic information:
    1. The Name you would like the web link to have.
    2. The url of the link.
    3. A short description of the web link. We suggest one or two sentences for the description.

We've broken our web links down into four sections. If you don't assign yours to the proper section, don't worry - an Editor or Administrator will move it.

The sections include:

  1. 4WD, 4x4, Off-road Clubs: regardless of vehicle make, location, or Club activities, all Club information belongs here.
  2. Shops and Vendors: from the one-man fabricator to global distributors of 4x4, 4WD, and off-road products, all Shops and Vendor links should be in this section.
  3. Personal 4WD Sites: If you have your own website dedicated to your rig or your trailrides; or if you know of a cool personal site, post it up in this section.
  4. Other 4WD and Offroad Sites: there are numerous 4x4, 4WD, and offroad sites on the internet, so feel free to post up links to those sites as well.
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PACE EDWARDS EXPLORER SERIES RAILS ENHANCE ACTIVE LIFESTYLE FUNCTIONALITY

PACE EDWARDS EXPLORER SERIES RAILS ENHANCE ACTIVE LIFESTYLE FUNCTIONALITY

A Pace Edwards Bedlocker or JackRabbit retractable truck bed cover is an efficient and attractive way to protect your valuables—and now Pace Edwards offers its Explorer Series rails to further enhance functionality. Easily installed using Pace Edwards’ SpeedClamp system, Explorer Series rails allow the mounting of a Utility Rig Rack, Contractor Rig Rack or MultiSport rack system to make it easy to carry toys or other gear above the cover. Made from black powder coated extruded aluminum, the Explorer Series rails feature keyhole-shaped channels to instantly secure the rack mounts in any position. Pace Edwards, (888) 640 5902; www.pace-edwards.com

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Pace Edwards has been the industry leader in premium retractable truck bed covers for more than 20 years. Located in Centralia, Washington, Pace Edwards covers are known for their innovative designs, quality construction and true functionality. Part of the Truck Accessories Group, Pace Edwards is a SEMA and NTEA member and proudly manufactures its products in the U.S.A.
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Santa Fe National Forest, New Mexico, Motorized Travel Management Plan

DATES: Comments about the proposal should be submitted within 45 days of the date of publication of this notice in the Federal Register. The Forest expects to publish the draft environmental impact statement in June 2009 and the final environmental impact statement in September 2009. For public meeting dates, refer to the SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION section.

ADDRESSES: Send written comments to Julie Bain, Project Leader, Santa Fe National Forest Travel Management Planning, 1474 Rodeo Road, Santa Fe, NM 87505. Fax comments to (505) 438-7834. Send electronic comments to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with ``Travel Management'' in the subject line. Electronic attachments must be in one of the following formats: .doc, .rtf, .txt, or .pdf.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
    Process Information: Julie Bain, Project Leader, Santa Fe National Forest, at (505) 438-7829 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
    Technical Information: Diane Taliaferro, Recreation Program Manager, Santa Fe National Forest, at (505) 438-7823 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
    The proposed action, maps, and other pertinent information about this project can be found on the Forest's Web site: http://www.fs.fed.us/r3/sfe/travelmgt/index.html.

 

Click here to read the complete Federal Register Notice

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