Here are the companies and goodies we have for participants and some lucky audience folks as well (so far): Landuse Seminar: Tuesday Feb. 8th 6pm Team Challenge, Best Prep Trail Rig: Wed. Feb. 9th 6pm.
GenRight Off Road - Presenting Sponsor of Team Challenge; with a $500 Gift Certificate, nice donation to BlueRibbon Coalition and outfitting our entire Challenge staff in apparel from GenRight.
Tuffy Security Products -- $300 in Gift Certificates for Tuffy products; plus some t’s.
Tuff Country – awesome Tuff County clocks, flashlights, and t’s. SPECIAL THANKS to Tuff Country for starting this idea of donating swag and products to the landuse efforts at KOH. :)
Trasharoo – 3 trash bags built to last; like the one that hangs on my Jeep rack.
Powertank – 6 Pro Tire Plug Kits
Rubicon Express – various RE swag; water bottles, t’s, and more
Landuse and Access will be have two featured activities at the 2011 Griffin King of the Hammers. Please share the info with anyone who might be attending KOH.
Thanks, Del Albright
King of the Hammers Team Challenge – Best Prepared Trail Rig
Applications Due by Tuesday Feb. 8th - OPEN to KOH Participants and Spectators
EVENT: Wednesday Feb. 9th 6pm, Main Stage Hammer Town. HOSTED by Del Albright, BlueRibbon Coalition Ambassador; Cal4 EA Coordinator; Access Army Grand Poobah
5 teams (at least) will be selected to participate. 4x4’s and Side-x-Side (UTV) rigs. Any team of up to four (4) folks can compete. It’s all for fun and a little fame, with a cool trophy from Raceline Wheels for the winning team. Also, several businesses have stepped up to provide swag, goodies, and freebies to participants and the audience.
HOW it WORKS: Put together a Team of your friends or club members who can be at the event on Wednesday Feb. 8th in time to compete at 6pm. This is a treasure hunt for goodies used on a trail ride. No driving necessary. Rigs will be parked.
Team Challenge Details:
Wednesday night Feb. 8th at 6pm, Main Stage, Hammer Town.
It will be a TEAM challenge and not just a CLUB challenge. However clubs can be a team. 4 folks max per rig; best prepared trail type rig; treasure hunt of things IN and ON the vehicle. Good lookin' chicks for judges (and a few old guys). In front of the crowd.
LUCKY PARTICIPANTS WILL BE DRAWN (and notified) Tuesday night Feb. 8th during the Land Use Workshop hosted by Del Albright.
Team Challenge participants will be posted in the KOH main booth.
Team Challenge rigs must be near the stage by 5:30pm, Wed. Feb. 9th, and checked in with John Stewart, Cal4 Resource Consultant.
Ok, there have to be rules, so here they are:
No trailers; items must be in or on the vehicle the whole time. You have to dig for everything.
All participants must be in a safe condition to play the game.
Fastest time to the judges with the proper item AS described by the emcee; it’s important to retrieve exactly what is called out.
No dangerous things like large metal objects or spare tires will be asked for. Safety briefing will precede Challenge.
Non-street legal as well as street legal rigs are ok, INCLUDING UTV’s (sidexside).
How to APPLY:
Apply online/email by sending the following information to email@example.com; or bring the info filled out hard copy to KOH and hand it in at the KOH Merchandise Booth, or to the Raceline Wheels booth, or bring it to the Land Use Seminar Tuesday. All applications must be in before the Land Use Seminar Tuesday night, 6pm – that is when we’ll draw the participants.
Please provide the following information (don’t worry if you don’t have your whole team assembled until you get there; we can add their names then).
TEAM MEMBER NAMES:
TEAM MEMBER CLUBS and ORGANIZATIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:
RIG: (year, make model, type)
TEAM NAME: (make one up if you don’t have one yet).
BRIEFLY Describe what Team Members have done for landuse and access efforts:
Describe why your team should be selected:
The 4405 “land-use buggy” races for access at the famed King of the Hammers race. Driver Travis Carpenter asks people to “Pledge per mile made”
For the second year in a row, Rock Zombie 4x4 club member Travis Carpenter of the 4405 “land-use” team is racing in the famed King of the Hammers off-road race on February 11th to generate funds for land-use. Held by HammerKing Productions (http://www.kingofthehammers.com/) and billed as the toughest off-road competition in the United States, the King of the Hammers is a mix of desert racing and hardcore rock crawling. The grueling 120 mile long course is split into two laps, and many competitors are not even able to finish the race. In only its 5th year, attendance at the race is expected to draw well over 30,000 people to the southern California desert.