I just returned from a epic weekend of rock crawling action on the infamous Rubicon Trail.
Our group consisted of eight rigs, each as unique and capable as the next.
Derrek Summers had his KOH car out for a weekend of family fun.
This is the same car I rode in during the KOH event this year.
The days were hot with minimal insects and the water quality at Spider Lake was inviting and clear.
Toby Lavender piloted our Project Mega Titan through Little Sluice while a crowd of onlookers watched.
We tested a custom set of 300M CV axle shafts by RCV Performance and a new 40-spline Dana 80 ARB locker we recently added to the truck. Needless to say, we didn't encounter any issues with the new upgrades.
The trail was a little crowded at some points, but when you stop and think about the fact that we were on the Con, the excessive traffic wasn't really that bad.
The Friends of the Rubicon Trail had a checkpoint at Elis Creek crossing. There, they were taking a trail census and informing visitors of the new trail clean up efforts. They were giving out Wag-Bags to everyone and explaining why the "White Flower" eradication program was in effect.