‘Wheeling the Outback Offroad Adventure Park Zone Offroad hit the trails this weekend at the Outback Offroad Adventure Park in Eau Claire, PA. Rob and Terry from Meridian Offroad do a great job organizing events out at the park to welcome 4wheelers of all levels with a mix of guided moderate trails and more hardcore terrain. Wheeling in the woods of western PA, its also a bit wet, but with recent rainfall and logging through parts of the property the trails were especially challenging this past weekend. The weekend camping/4wheeling trip gave us a chance to bring out some new faces, a few of Zone
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If you haven’t had a chance to pick up your copy of the October 2012 issue of 4Wheel Drive Magazine to read all about Zone’s Project MJ (or if you prefer the digital copy) then head on over to their website for the web article complete with photos. The same great coverage, check out the article at 4Wheel Drive Magazine.
If you haven’t picked up your copy of the October 2012 issue of 4Wheel Drive Magazine you’re missing a great feature on Zone’s Jeep Comanche (aka Project MJ). The cover shot has the truck launching out at Behind the Rocks during Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah this past Spring and covers the buildup and race to prep the Jeep in just 6 short weeks. All in all the MJ had a 6-page feature story plus the cover, pick up you copy and check it out today! Update!!!! Read the article online at http://www.fourwheeler.com/features/1210-4wd-1990-jeep-comanche-project-mj/
This past weekend marked the 2nd Annual Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival in Butler, PA birthplace of the original Jeep. Although this is only the 2nd year of the event, it’s an event that’s been in the making for more than 70 years since the original Jeep prototype was built in the American Bantam Car Company’s facility to meet the Army’s demands for a light weight reconnoissance vehicle to use during WWII. Thousands flocked to the little town for the weekend’s festivities with events going on around town, events at the fairgrounds, and trail rides around the area. This show brings