EXTREME BARBIE JEEP RACING 2013 AT RBD
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Every year at RBD held at Morris Mountain off road park a bunch of the guys
and girls get together and race power wheels down a hill. The
entertainment is awesome, nothing like watching grown men and women ride
barbie jeeps down a muddy hill.
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Project-JK Coyote Flats Perseid Meteor Shower Jeep Trail Run
This video is of a very easy run we did with a group of Jeep JK Wrangler
Rubicon, Sahara and X models up to Coyote Flats which is located in the
East Sierra Nevada Mountains south west of Bishop, CA. We went up here to
watch to Perseid Meteor showers that were supposed to peak on this
particular weekend. Places we stopped to see along the way include Baker
Creek, Coyote Lake, Coyote Ridge which sits over 11,000 ft, Funnel Lake and
a myriad of mines.
F250 VS Wrangler in a hill climb!
This is a video of me and an old friend playing around. At the time, she
just got this Jeep and we had to try it out. We took it SLOWER THEN NORMAL
for the purpose of using the footage later for a before and after BUILD
video that is also located in my videos..... check it out. This was not a
real off-road adventure for either truck, just meant for comparisons.....
the "REAL" off-roading was captured on film and again, is on my channel.
Rat Rod Jeep Death-Wish Trip! - Roadkill Episode 15
David Freiburger claims that this road trip on this episode of Roadkill is
the most stupid thing that he and Mike Finnegan have ever done. Freiburger
wanted to do a Jeep trip, so Finnegan bought an old Willys flatfender--one
that had been turned into a two-wheel-drive rat rod using some very sketchy
fabrication. The guys made it semi-safe, then hit the road to drive to the
Desert Bar in Parker, Arizona, where they sold the Jeep to a guy for the
price of their bar tab. Watch to see the crazy fun in the scariest vehicle
ever on Roadkill.
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Compare Jeep JK to Grand
Our JK w/ electric locker and sway-bar disconect handled a slippery ditch
and wet grass hill climb but we didn't think the Grand w/ Quadradrive
Project-JK Mojave Desert Black Mountain Wilderness Winter Run
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The Black Mountain Wilderness is by far one of our most favorite
destinations in the Mojave Desert as it is both beautiful and filled with
rich history. During the late 1800's, travelers would pass through the
Black Mountains and make an overnight stop at Black Canyon Well on their
way to the Panamint Range carrying needed provisions or back to Los Angeles
with cargo of valuable silver ore. One of these travelers left his mark on
several of the black volcanic rock faces indicating that he was "J. & A.
Tillman" and that he was in this area on "Sep 3, 1874 San Francisco Cal".
Of course, well before the miners, Native Americans spent a vast amount of
time in this area and left a stunning array of petroglyphs into the rock
faces and some of which depict a herd of big horn sheep.
When we made this particular trip out to the Black Mountain Wilderness, it
was soon after a big winter storm and one that left an unusual amount of
snow and water behind. While it was very cold out, it was also amazingly
beautiful out that day and we made sure to make many stops along the way to
take it all in. Our first stop was at the old Black Canyon Well where we
looked for one of three famous Tillman signatures and played in the snow.
Scouts Cove was our next stop and after checking out the home miners had
carved out of a tuffa tower, we spent some time rock hounding for the same
fire opals that the Tiffany Jewlery Company had sought after many years
before. From there, we made our way over to Inscription Canyon to admire
the intricate petroglyphs carved into the black volcanic rock by an ancient
people long since gone.
Our final destination on this trip took us well out of the Black Mountains
and due to the unusual amount of snow and water everywhere, required that
we drive for miles through deep water and mud. While this entire trip can
normally be done without the need of a 4WD, I can assure you that we were
all glad to have our Jeeps. Just as the sun was about to set, we made it
out to one of our favorite dry lakes in the Mojave Desert and one that is
simply breathtaking to see after a big storm as you will see in this video.
Of all the years we have been coming out to this dry lake, there have only
been a handful of times that we've seen it with this much water in it and,
this was the very first time we had seen it with all this snow around.
Truly, it was an experience to be remembered and maybe the only time we
will ever see it like this again.
EXTREME BARBIE JEEP RACING 2012
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This years Barbie Jeep Race at RBD was one for the record books with more
drivers showing up than ever before and going all out for bragging rights
and $200 cash!