Club Meetings are the first Thursday of the month at the Lions Club in Grand Terrace, 7pm.
Oct. Club Run:
Trail Leader Loren Campbell
Columbus Day Weekend
Trek to Table Mesa
The first IE4W Trek to Table Mesa will be Columbus Day weekend, with arrivals at Table Mesa on Friday October 10. We will be staying at the Rock Springs Café, at Black Canyon AZ, about 20 minutes north of Phoenix. The camping there is dry camping in a dirt parking lot and the price is right-FREE. We will do trails on Saturday and Sunday at Table Mesa. On Sunday after we get done with trail runs, some of us with reservations will move to Rancho Sedona RV Park for one night. You also have an option to stay at Table Mesa.
For those going to Sedona, we will have dinner somewhere and then the next morning do one of the local Sedona trails for a few hours, then head home in the afternoon. The drive home from Sedona is about 6 ½ hours.
2014 Installation Picnic
The Installation Picnic will be held again this year at Rancho Jurupa Regional Park in the afternoon on September 20th. Get your RV reservations for the weekend 9/19-21/14 ASAP through Riverside County Parks website or by calling the number below. We will be holding the picnic in the Cottonwood Campground, so try to get your RV reservations near that area. We hope to fill in this area with all our group.
For those not camping, you can pay a day fee at the gate on arrival. There is lots to do at this park, bike riding, fishing, a water park and putt-putt golf, etc.
More details to follow when it gets closer!
Riverside County Regional Park
& Open-Space District
R E S E R V A T I O N S: 1 - 8 0 0 - 2 3 4 - P A R K ( 7 2 7 5
INLAND EMPIRE 4 WHEELRS HELP ADOPT A TRAIL RAISE $4000 IN IE4W CHALLENGE
In recognition of the great work that the ADOPT A TRAIL PROGRAM does in protecting and preserving access to Off Highway Vehicle trails in the San Bernardino National Forest, IE4W is pleased to announce the IE4W Challenge. IE4W is pleased to make a $2000 donation to Adopt a Trail’s Equipment Fund when Adopt a Trail secures matching donations for the IE4W Challenge totaling $2000 by November 30, giving AAT a total opportunity of $4000.
INLAND EMPIRE 4 WHEELRS HELP CALIFORNIA OFFROAD VEHICLE ASSOCIATION RAISE $5000 IN IE4W CHALLENGE
In recognition of the great work that the CALIFORNIA OFFROAD VEHICLE ASSOCIATION does in protecting and preserving access to Off Highway Vehicle trails in California, IE4W is pleased to announce the IE4W Challenge. IE4W is pleased to make a $1000 donation to CORVA’s Ocotillo Wells Defense Fund. IE4W will make an additional $2000 donation when CORVA can secure matching donations for the IE4W Challenge totaling $2000 by November 30, giving CORVA a total opportunity of $5000.
INLAND EMPIRE 4 WHEELRS HELP FAST-AID RAISE $5000 IN IE4W CHALLENGE
In recognition of the great work that Fast-Aid does in providing support for people injured in motor sports racing, IE4W is pleased to announce the IE4W Challenge. IE4W is pleased to make a $1000 donation to Fast-Aid. IE4W will make an additional $2000 donation when Fast-Aid can secure matching donations totaling $2000 by November 30, giving Fast-Aid a total opportunity of $5000.
Inland Empire 4 Wheelrs is a 75 member family off road club located in San Bernardino. IE4W has hosted Forest Fest for 17 years, a weekend event in Big Bear that attracts almost 1000 people. The proceeds from the many sponsors and raffle ticket sales enable us to give back to many charitable organizations including Corva, Blue Ribbon Coalition, San Bernardino National Forest Adopt a Trail, Ronald McDonald House, Rubicon Foundation, Friends of Oceano Dunes, and many others. In addition, IE4W also grants 2 scholarships each year to students that are associated with an offroading family
Guests are welcome to all events!
We are a family oriented 4 Wheel Drive club formed for the enjoyment and preservation of 4 wheeling. We consist primarily of short wheel based vehicles. We have monthly runs that take us to the Big Bear Mountains or deserts of Barstow and the Salton Sea. We also organize trips to the Rubicon in Lake Tahoe, Moab UT, Parker Arizona and other off-road areas in the Western United States. We are a pro-active club and sponsor the “Big Bear Forest Fest” each year to raise awareness of our National Forest and raise money to keep our access to these public lands open for recreation.
As a member you would be entitled to display the IE4W plaque proudly on your vehicle, wear club apparel, but most of all be part of a growing group of enthusiasts that enjoy responsible use of the great outdoors.
If you have any questions, or need additional information you can email us at email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you on the trail.
IE4W Membership Chair and the IE4W members
Forest Fest 2014.
The Premier off road Event in Southern California Raised over
thousand's for land use and community service
Forest Fest 2015 will take place again Father's Day Weekend