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Jeep® Wrangler Red Rock Responder Concept
Auburn Hills, Mich
. – Seven new, capable and fun Jeep concept vehicles – featuring a host of Mopar and Jeep Performance Parts available to consumers – are set to conquer the trails of Moab, Utah, at the 49th annual Easter Jeep Safari, taking place March 28-April 5.  The Easter Jeep Safari is attended by thousands of die-hard off-road enthusiasts, who each year enjoy a week of serious off-roading on some of the country’s most rugged and recognizable trails.

GenRight-Fusion-Easter-Jeep-3-27-15The Fusion Series from GenRight Off Road comes as a result of listening to customer requests, and fusing those into new models which integrate more of the factory JK options.  This innovative new line, exclusively for the JK, is also easier to install than the Signature Series and, as a bonus, comes with a lower price point!

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Borla Performance announced today the launch of their new cat-back exhaust system for the 2011 through 2015 models of the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. The system will be debuted on several Jeeps built by John Williams at Impulse Off Road, Dennis Wood at Teraflex Suspension, and Dan McKeag at Dakota Customs at the 2015 Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah, March 28 – April 5, 2015. Borla is the pioneer and leading manufacturer of aerospace-grade T-304 stainless steel performance exhaust systems.

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BRC is honored to announce an exciting partnership which will serve to provide all of our members a substantial benefit, and we ask that you consider a donation to this project today.

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Chino Valley, AZ
– OR-Fab now offers a jack mount to carry a Hi-Lift® jack on the company’s HDX rear bumper and spare tire carrier for Jeep JK Wranglers. The jack mount (PN 87069) fits OR-Fab rear bumper (PN 83269) and securely mounts the jack to the carrier arm.

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Rugged Radios introduces the feature packed and ready to race RRP6100 intercom. Built on the most configurable platform the RRP6100 outperforms any racing intercom on the market today.

National-Geographic-Logo-3-18-15National Geographic Maps, celebrating 100 years as one of the most trusted names in cartography, will make available hundreds of maps from its Trails Illustrated line through Avenza Systems Inc.’s popular, award-winning PDF Maps app. The addition of these maps, the most popular outdoor recreation maps in North America, augments the PDF Maps app digital map database by incorporating trail maps from a world-renowned source. It also increases National Geographic Maps’ reach within the mobile consumer market, giving more consumers than ever access to the Trails Illustrated line. Trail maps from many of America’s most popular national parks have already been uploaded to the app, including Yosemite, Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Zion and Great Smoky Mountains.

With many Ranger Districts throughout the country discontinuing visitor services, Avenza’s PDF Maps app provides an alternative for outdoor enthusiasts planning a trip in remote areas where Internet service is not always available to stream detailed map content. Using National Geographic’s line of detailed recreation maps, PDF Maps app users can purchase, download and save maps on GPS-enabled devices such as Android- and iOS-based phones and tablets. At their destination, park visitors can use the app to find and mark their location directly on the National Geographic map they’ve downloaded. They can take advantage of various interactive features, such as location tagging; dropping waypoints/pinpoints on points of interest; attaching images and notes; and tracking routes, distance and elevation — all while offline.

BlueRibbon-Coalition-Logo-9-28-12Editor: The BlueRibbon Coalition sent out this note on OHV use on Lake Meredith National Recreation Area.

The National Park Service proposes to amend its special regulations for Lake Meredith National Recreation Area to require permits to operate motor vehicles off roads, designated areas and routes where motor vehicles may be used off roads, create management zones that would further manage this activity, and establish camping, operational, and vehicle requirements. These changes would allow off-road vehicle use for recreation while reducing associated impacts to resources. Unless authorized by special regulation, operating a motor vehicle off roads within areas of the National Park System is prohibited.

Comments must be received by May 4, 2015.

You may submit comments, identified by the Regulation Identifier Number (RIN) 1024-AD86, by any of the following methods:

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Extreme Terrain is inviting a lucky winner to “Crawl The Trail That Spawned The Sport!” ExtremeTerrain is excited to announce that entries are now being accepted for the Extreme Jeep Adventure: Win A Rubicon Excursion giveaway! This Rubicon Excursion is the trip of a lifetime on the Rubicon Trail. The trip includes three days of wheeling on the trail in a customized Jeep Wrangler, 2 nights of guided camping, and a guided excursion with a rock crawling expert.

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BRC’s Team Albright is headed east to dig into issues affecting motorized access face-to-face in the eastern half of the US.  The “cry for help” has been heard and BRC is pushing ahead with a plan; but we need your input.  In fact, we’d like your suggestions, travel ideas, tips on places to visit and offers for “meet and greets” where Del and Stacie can hear from you and your club directly.  Together we need to work towards a better future for you and your family to enjoy outdoor motorsports.