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Old 02-20-2004, 05:07 PM
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Thank god summer is almost here. Was just curious if any other coloradans have any clubs or groups that go 4x4 and / or muddin in the summer? My truck should be in good enough shape to go for it in a few months...just trying to see whats going on here. Im in Clear Creek County..there is a few trails here, just trying to see what else is out there. Any info posted would be appreciated...lets see what this mother can do!!
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I know of some 4x4 clubs in Northern CO (Loveland, Ft Collins, etc.) that get out on the trails almost year 'round. One of them (2Big Broncos, Rocky Mountain Chapter) has several members with full-size Broncos, among other trucks. I think they went on a "snow bashing" trail ride just a few weeks ago.

Most of the members are in the Denver area and north, but there are some near the Four Corners (Durango and Northern NM), and elsewhere.

Here's a web site with contact info:

http://www.2bbrockymountain.org/
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Old 02-26-2004, 10:40 AM
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well I responded but I guess it got removed... oh well
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Old 02-26-2004, 02:37 PM
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