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    Bryan Irons

    Rusty Off-Roading

    The ubiquitous “shakedown” run is a time-honoured tradition among gearheads across North America. They could be held after completing a frame-off restoration, long-term upgrade project or even following a DIY oil change or tune-up. Whatever the... Read more

    Oct 2, 2021

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    Quinton Neufeldt

    Trail Time!

    This past spring, with a sudden hike in the temperatures and no plans on my radar due to COVID-19-related closures until Easter Sunday, it was the perfect time to plan an early-season day trip running the trails in the Hastings County area just... Read more

    Jul 15, 2021

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    Wes Branson

    A One-Day Getaway on the Trails

    Off-roading is all the rage these days to enjoy the outdoors and gaining access to many types of activities. Since it has caught on within my circle of friends, we planned an adventurous, one-day ‘coterie’ north of Kingston, ON, to further hone... Read more

    Jun 23, 2021

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    Quinton Neufeldt

    Trail Glory in Gravenhurst

    The area northeast of Gravenhurst, ON, along Highway 118, is a four-wheeler’s paradise. Trails range from graded and easily-accessible roads for stock vehicles to extreme conditions for modified-rigs, which may mean getting stuck and using the... Read more

    Apr 4, 2021

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    Quinton Neufeldt

    Good Vibes in North Country

    Several friends and I were excited to get out wheeling and try some of the trails in the Ardbeg region when fall was at its peak and before the frigid temps and heavy snow blanketed the region. After getting the wheels in motion – so to speak – we... Read more

    Feb 24, 2021

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    Kristina Wheeler

    Ticket for One – North Bound

    My annual epic wheeling trip was a coin toss between the Kootenays and the Yukon.  As I had 17 days, the Yukon won with Haines Junction as my final destination with a much anticipated run along Telkwa Pass near Smithers in Northern BC... Read more

    Jan 26, 2021

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    Quinton Neufeldt

    Hang Ups, Winching and a Busted Fuel Pump

    Bobcaygeon, ON, is a picturesque town at the narrows between Sturgeon and Pigeon lakes in the popular Kawartha region of Central Ontario. The community, which is home to the first boat lock along the famed Trent-Severn Waterway built in the 1830’s... Read more

    Dec 21, 2020

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    Quinton Neufeldt

    Treasures and Trails in Northeastern Ontario

    Being already mid-August, summer was passing by fast and my camping trips were few and far between this year. As my father was interested in joining me on some adventure as well, we began planning one of the few off-roading trips of the season... Read more

    Dec 3, 2020

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    Brad that Wheels Morris

    Camp Crawl Challenge 2020

    This past summer, we decided to invite a pack of 13 hardcore wheelers with modified rigs for a multi-day excursion on some of Ontario’s most difficult trails. Appropriately named the Camp Crawl Challenge 2020, it was a concept that was spawned... Read more

    Nov 23, 2020

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    Bryan Irons

    Celebrating Old Iron

    It all started with a conversation between myself and BC Jeep Club founder Justin Trevor. These interludes normally consist of admitting how little time we both have to go wheeling. When we do, it’s the typical “come one, come all” callout that... Read more

    Nov 2, 2020

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    Quinton Neufeldt

    Trail Running in Central Ontario

    Spring and summer had been passing by fast. When an opportunity came up to go wheeling in the heart of the Bobcaygeon wilderness, we jumped at the chance before the warmer weather soon became a distant memory. Like many of our trips in East... Read more

    Oct 31, 2020

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    Nolan Williamson

    A Fresh Perspective of Wheeling

    In my early 20’s, I had the idea that flying 50-year-old Cessna's, Piper's, and de Havilland’s above Northwestern Ontario would be a cool way to make a living. Some days it was. Some days I cursed Orville and Wilbur Wright. After all, any job has... Read more

    Oct 29, 2020

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    Brad Morris @Dads_That_Wheel

    Social Distancing on the Trail

    Exploring in your vehicle has always been an essential form of escape. However, with societal norms ever changing, and new restrictions being constantly implemented, we all need to escape and remind ourselves of what is important now more than... Read more

    Oct 17, 2020

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    Quinton Neufeld

    A Wet and a Hard Place

    The ‘Great White North’ was a ‘Bob and Doug’ comedy-sketch in 1980s and they had typical Canadian slang and jokes from that era, including the idea that most of Canada is covered with ice and snow. Since the spring and summer seasons are shorter... Read more

    Oct 4, 2020

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    Brad Morris

    5 Trail-Etiquette Tips all Wheelers Need to Know

    Approximately 12,800 years ago, massive glaciers cut swaths through the Ottawa Valley region area, exposing what is now known as Calabogie, ON. Although not quite icebergs, our wide Jeep JL’s would prove to be tricky behemoths to navigate through... Read more

    Sep 23, 2020

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