Frozen River
Crossing a frozen river anytime is a risky move but even more so when spring is inching closer and the snow and ice are beginning to melt.  This guy is undeterred from doing a little ice crawling despite the apparent risk.  (Even if it is just an RC car.)

Thin Ice
Sure they say that the ice is plenty strong.  But are you willing to risk your Jeep Wrangler sinking to the bottom of a lake? Apparently this guy is!

Rock Crawler to work
We’ve all probably got one of those neighbors (or maybe you are that neighbor) that’s always looking for an excuse to drive their rock crawler to work. Even just the slightest bit of snow is excuse enough.

RZR snow day
When the weather outside is frightful, why not suit up and go for a drive in your UTV. Depending on where you live, opportunities to do a little RZR snow riding don’t come around all that often. This guy is certainly making the most of it!

Jeeps with Tracks
Winter is more or less upon us, and that means we’re starting to see some Jeep owners trade in their tires for snowtracks. Here are five Jeeps with tracks that look like they’re ready to take on anything winter can throw at them.

Carl-Renezeder-5-26-11
On Friday, January 10, 2014, Carl Renezeder is getting a head start on the racing season at the Red Bull Frozen Rush at Sunday River Ski Resort in Newry, Maine. Renezeder has had many successes over his sixteen year short course career – 114 short-course wins, nine championships, multiple Challenge Cup titles, the list goes on and on – and now he’s taking on the latest challenge: racing his 900 horsepower, 4000 pound, Pro-4 on unchartered terrain.

Short course racing is one the most extreme types of motorsports, and Renezeder is excited to see how far he can push his truck over different and extreme terrain. When asked, why race in the snow? Renezeder stated, “I thought it would be fun to see the capabilities of my Pro-4 in a different environment and to compete with other Pro-4 drivers to test my skills and make me a better competitor.”