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Trail Ambassador training classes and ride. This is a weekend-long training session for those wanting to be RL4WD Trail Guide Ambassadors. Details coming soon.
As part of our mission to serve our community and our vets, we're going to get as many rigs down to one of our members' place to support the foundation working tirelessly to house and feed our homeless vets in Wisconsin. With an estimated 7,000 vets homeless in Wisconsin, this foundation has been working hard to help support those vets who need it most.
We'll meet at Sluggos at 12:30pm to try and get there early to keep all the rigs together. Sign the event form for a special profile badge and 5 event points!
We've worked with this foundation before during our Jeepers Hurricane Harvey run read about that here https://rl4wd.com/content/blog/entry/wranglershelpinghouston. We'll also be working with them for our December 13th Charity ride.
If you can't RSVP to this event, check that you've first liked our page https://rl4wd.com/trailguideambassadors/144-rockledgerec, then you should be able to.
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 Camp Sinawa. 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 a lunch for the VIPs, Trail Guide Ambassadors, and such and this will open our weekend ride event for members Friday night - Sunday. At lunch, we'll be providing an award to the camp, 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.
Tickets at - 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. 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!
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.
Class likely going to be held on Saturday with riding for those in the class on Friday. Sunday we'll roleplay what we learned on Saturday again as we ride. Event RSVP - Details coming soon.
Join us for the Camp Sinawa Fall Color Ride! Details coming soon.
We've been talking about a haunted ride for the past year but haven't been able to figure it out yet. This year we should have enough monsters to make it work! Volunteers will be able to camp Friday - Sunday with cabins, dorm and camping being available. This is a members-only event where we open a trail course that members follow through the woods... in the dark... at night. Throughout the wooded ride adventure, you'll experience monsters, Scary Halloween displays in the woods and things that go bump in the night! Can you survive this scary adventure? 2-4pm There will be a "lights on" version before dark so you can bring the kiddos. It'll still be scary, but not as bad. 5pm Volunteer supper in the lodge6pm - 9pm Nightmare Crawl (Adults)We'll have an FM broadcast of spooky music and sound bites of the story theme. There will also be an optional quest to help save the camp! The story will be released in parts beginning in summer and ending with how our members can save the camp. Come for the ride or the quest, everything is totally optional. You'll need to have a working flashlight and the displays may be off the trail (for safety). Bring warm clothing, over the ankle boots and layers. The night ride will experience flashing lights, loud sounds, possible pyrotechnics, possible blanks and more. If you just want to ride and not be scared, join us for the fall rides the weeks before this event. If you want to experience something unlike anything ever done before, then come to this event! Volunteers please PM Ryan Harden to coordinate decoration, monsters and more. Ryan has a lot of monster costumes and props for this exciting event but your ideas and help are very welcome! We aim to make this an annual attraction for our members.