Materials and Tools For YOU!
Coming soon - links to the following materials!
- First Time Off-Highway
- Recovery Gear Requirements
- Tools to Never Leave Home With
- Pre and Post Trail Vehicle Inspection
- Trail Snacks and Meals
- MN OHV Sticker
- Packing List
- Mechanics - What YOU Need to Know!
- Drivers Meeting Agenda
- Trail Guide Best Practices
- Mentors and Coach Best Practices
Visit Our Friends!
We don't know it all, we don't do it all, but we get by with a little help from our friends. We recommend these organizations as additional resources to support you achieve your off-roading goals. Together we can do anything!
Information on your registration and fees for your Off-Highway Vehicle in Minnesota.
Want to get a group together and hit the trails? Here is a map to the public OHV trails in Minnesota.
Another great online resource to find trails near you!
Are you looking for a weekend long hands-on opportunity to learn the bascis of off-highway recreation? Check out this local opportunity!
If you are looking for more education or a network of badass women across the nation, we suggest you check out Ladies Offroad Network.
This is another resource specific for Jeep owners for online learning and education.
Thar's right, before all the social media platforms, there was forums! Learn everything and anything you need to know about rig modifications from the discussions. Yep, people have been having the same conversations on the same things for many decades!
Want to educate yourself on Deathwobble? Do you have Deathwobble and don't know where to start? Dr. Deathwobble has you covered!
For those of you that trailer your rig, or anything for that matter, we recommend you take a look at the amazing educational videos by Mac Straps.
As you know we promote responsible recreation. If you want to learn more about how to ethically and legally enjoy the sport of off-roading, please take a look at the materials Tread Lightly has to offer.
LROC is a Club Member of the Minnesota 4 Wheel Drive Association which is an organization that creates, builds and fights for trails in Minnesota. Check out their website to learn more.
Learn more from a national level on national responsible use of public lands from the BlueRibbon Coalition.