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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Land Use Update and Thanksgiving Wish

Here are some land use updates for you to use/share.

First off, happy Thanksgiving to all. As 2009 sneaks to a close, I think we can all look forward to a better and stronger 2010. I am seeing a large resurgence of interest and support for land use and access efforts. Let’s continue to lead the charge to a brighter future.

(Note: all links are at the bottom of this note)

2010 Land Use War Machine: I’m having some fun with this, but I’m also excited to announce the “new look” of my battle tank, a 1997 TJ Wrangler, with a long list of business sponsors and supporters who are helping me do my part to keep our trails open and our sports alive. Without these great folks, my wheels would be parked. I call it a war machine, because 2010 is the year to rage land use fights like never before. Check out my wheels and how these businesses are in the game big time to help.

Southwest Crawlfest New Event: FYI, this is a fairly new event near St. George, Utah looking for raffle items and attendees. It’s FREE. Yup, free – they pay for their expenses and still have money to donate to land use organizations through their raffle ticket sales alone. January 29, 30, 2010. We are supporting their effort to raise awareness of this awesome event because the Rockaholics Anonymous are donating to the right causes.

King of the Hammers Driver’s Seat Free Ride: Want to drive in the famous offroad race, King of the Hammers? Write an essay why you should be selected to drive in the Griffin Radiators KOH Race in a fully sponsored rig – yup, you drive; their rig. Your entry must be in to Pirate4x4 by Dec. 25th. KOH is in February at Johnson Valley, CA.

$4.00 to Join BlueRibbon Coalition: BRC is running their special deal with 4Wheel Parts where you can join, renew or EXTEND your current membership and get a $25 Gift Card from 4WP at the same time -- $29 bucks for an individual, with $25 back to you in a Gift Card, meaning you just helped save more trails for $4.00 for a year.  This is a no-brainer.

Christmas Auction for BlueRibbon Coalition: Several of my personal 4x4 sponsors and many other businesses are kicking in a huge effort to help BRC raise some funds with an eBay type auction starting Dec. 1st. We’re talking well over $10,000 in goodies (so far with a rapidly growing list), of parts and neat accessories. This is a great way for you to save some bucks while helping land use. It’s also another indicator that our business partners are more than willing to do their part to help keep our lands and waterways open for access.

State Offroad Associations: most of our OHV related state associations are lining up their events and new-year kick off activities. Please be supportive and sign up to attend all those you can fit into your schedule and budget. Our strength in the fight to keep our access starts at the local and state level. We need all the organizations we can muster in order to win this battle. I lay out some strategies I think we need to employ to win the war on access in my article (link below). Be sure to check it out and stay involved with your state clubs/associations.

Poison Spyder Supports Land Use: Poison Spyder just released new Rocker Knockers with "Access Army" laser cut into them.  WOW.  They have chosen to also contribute 10% of the proceeds from the sale of these goodies to the national group, BlueRibbon Coalition.  Awesome.  Thank you Poison Spyder.

War Machine Introduction:
Southwest Crawlfest Event:
KOH Driver’s Seat Competition:
BlueRibbon 4Wheel Parts Deal:
Article: Strategies to Win the War on Access:
Christmas Online Auction for BRC:
Poison Spyder Donates to Land Use:

Thanks for all you do, and my best for a safe and happy Thanksgiving,

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Hump 'N Bump a Huge Success

Once again the Vegas Valley 4Wheelers "got it done right!"  The 29th Annual Hump 'N Bump was a tremendous success with over 200 rigs registered and several wonderful wheeling trails on the menu.  Stacie and I were able to recruit several new BlueRibbon Coalition members, and we represented BFGoodrich Tires in a tire give-away to support the raffle.  BFG kicked in five (5) tires up to 37's for one lucky winner.  Awesome.

Hump 'N Bump supports the Southern Nevada Trail Fund which helps support groups like BlueRibbon Coalition and United Four Wheel Drive Associations and others.

Some businesses supporting the cause at the event included Ted Wiens Custom 4x4 from Vegas, Genright Off Road, Go Treks, Superchips, Findlay Toyota, Olympic4x4 Products, Maximum,, Magnum Ink, and others.  Tread Lightly (and BLM) were also on sight with a very nice display and friendly folks to help answer questions.

Notably, we found nearly NO trash on the trails and EVERYONE was courteous and smilling the entire event.  I did manage to scare my better half (Stacie) with a few tail-walking airborne Jeep episodes, but no damage was done and my Jeep is ready for another adventure.

See the video of some bodacious rock crawling, and get more info here on my website:


Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Veterans Day -- Never Forget

Thank your veterans and their families by keeping America strong and free.  Never Forget.  Never let wackos, weirdos or terrorists control or hamper our freedoms. 

I thank all veterans, their famlies, and the memories of those who died in service to this country.

Monday, November 9, 2009

Genright Supports the Albright's

Genright Off Road joined the supporters of the Del & Stacie Kickin' Access Team while at Hump 'N Bump 2009.  Dropping down some serious gas money, the Genright crew jumped on the team to support our efforts at land use and access.  We also did some gnarly rocks with them in the Logandale OHV area while at this great event, and found out these Genright folks wheel some awesome machines.

If you're looking for some cool Jeep stuff from some real off road pro's, then check out what Genright Off Road has to offer.   They've got hood louvers, body armor, tube fenders, roll cages, skid gear, rocker guards, suspension parts and much more.  We plan to do more with them and are totally thankful they are supporting us in our work to save trails and keep our sport alive -- not to mention our Jeep.  :)  Thanks Genright; you're alright in our book.  Check them out at

Del & Stacie Albright,