Close to the end of the Wentworth Springs length of the Rubicon Trail, there’s a big ledge that you can take on if you’re running a big set of tires.
With wet tires and slick granite, this can prove to be a real challenge but as you can see in this clip, Cindy floats Moby right up and over them.
In this short video, Adam tries to take on a big line in his 2-door Jeep JK Wrangler running 35″ tires.
Climbing out of Buck Island Lake on the Rubicon Trail, there’s a point where there are three different lines you can take.
In spite of the lack of snow we’ve had up in the Sierra Nevada Mountains this year, there was still a good amount of water to be found on the Rubicon Trail.
This is a short clip of Chris Kelly taking on the Rubicon Trail Buck Island Lake Double Bumps which can be tricky not only because of the slick granite you have to climb but also because you have to hit them with your tires wet!
Russ had to wait two years to take on the Rubicon Trail Old Sluice but, as you can see in this short clip, he descended the last and toughest section in his Jeep JK Wrangler like a champ.
This first video is of Cindy taking Moby, our big white JK up the ever challenging Rubicon Trail Soup Bowl.
It’s been a real long time since Cindy and I have had a chance to run the Rubicon with a small group and felt fortunate when Adam (Overlander JK) asked if we could lead a trip across it with a few of his friends. Of course, as luck would have it, his friends Chris (Irish JK) and Kristen, Garrett (SDG), Russ (ttfhell) and Doug (Trail Bud) just happen to be our friends as well and all of them have built up rigs running ProRock axles and EVO coil overs.