OCC's primary activities are safe and prepared OHV driving, trail maintenance, helping each other build our OHV rigs, socializing, camping, and fighting the OHV road closures. OCC is a close-knit group of people who enjoy the company of friends. Members and guests are always encouraged to bring their families to club events, "Wrench-a-thons" to repair or modify your rig, or to just learn by helping out others to get together when you can't make it to the trail.
4 wheel disk brakes, TJ flairs, SYE, High angle drive line,
Oil pan skid custom bumpers and rock guards, Winch, new (to me) springs and shackles. (all of which are sitting on the garage floor), New brake master and booster
1982 Ford Ranger (33's)
1990 Jeep Comanche (32's)
1991 Jeep Cherokee (35's)
Favorite OCC moment:
During the 2012 WWW I almost rolled the jeep into the pit on the Rausch Creek comp course because I had an inexperienced young member spot me. Later that night I found out I was going to be a father! The new rule to have only experienced spotters was established. I haven’t been able to live that down since.