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Technohead 02-01-2013 04:53 PM

Go Topless Day - Saturday May 18th, 2013
For the second year in a row Ocean State Jeepsters will be partnering with All Things Jeep to host the flagship New England Go Topless Day event on Saturday May 18th, 2013.

This years event is being held on the grounds of the Quaboag Riders MC in Monson, MA and will include multiple trail ride options.

Come on out and enjoy the fun!!!

WJlover 02-03-2013 06:26 PM

ive never been to one of these events. how much wheeling actually takes place? with so many vehicles i assume you dont get much wheeling done.

Technohead 02-04-2013 06:49 AM


Originally Posted by WJlover (Post 14901644)
ive never been to one of these events. how much wheeling actually takes place? with so many vehicles i assume you dont get much wheeling done.

Correct. Go Topless Day is not a "wheeling event" per se. If you want to go wheeling for a day then join one of the numerous area clubs that have access to legal wheeling areas. Some of these clubs will have booths at this event.

Go Topless Day is more like a giant car show for Jeeps but with the opportunity to test your rig on the trail. Some of the trails are still to be developed but we expect options ranging from stock friendly up to check yourself afterward.

WJlover 02-04-2013 11:04 AM

sounds like fun, i mean at least theres some trail time. i would never attend a jeep event that doesnt involve some type of trail ride :)
i might consider checking it out! im sure the kids would love it

Technohead 03-04-2013 12:57 PM

Spring is in the air and this event is starting to shape up nicely. Very soon I will be posting additional details covering the trail ride options, vendors, raffle, and more. Stay tuned.

HighRoller02TJ 03-10-2013 06:36 AM

ill be there

Technohead 03-21-2013 11:12 AM

The event is now less than two months away so I will provide a brief update.

First, we have recieved several questions about pets. YES, dogs will be allowed provided that they are leased.

We plan to start getting the trails in shape next weekend and I will post some pictures soon.

The list of vendors is growing and we are collecting raffle items. Stay tuned for more information.

Holm-z 03-25-2013 03:59 PM

Sounds like a good time!

Technohead 04-01-2013 06:09 PM

This event is now less than 7 weeks away!!!

We spent a day last weekend working on the trails and cut a new "difficult" trail option. Its pretty steep. We are going to require at least one locker, front/rear tow hooks, and airing down to 15 psi or less. Tire size of 33 or greater is highly recommended. Most of the obstacles have multiple lines with some harder than others. We will have rigs with winches stationed at all of these locations in order to keep things moving along. There will be second trail option for stock rigs and most likely a third trail that will also be suitable for less built rigs. The facility has an (insane) dirt hill climb but its going to be an event-day call.

Here is a picture of the venue taken from atop the hill climb:

Here are some pictures from the difficult trail. As everyone knows, pictures never do a trail justice. Our test guinea pigs were bouncing off the rev limiter to complete some of these climbs and had to winch a couple times. Once we run the trail a few more times and clear off the decaying leaves traction should improve:

These rocks are the "entrance" to the difficult trail. Any rig that cannot make it over will be redirected to the easy trails:

We are building a 30 degree RTI ramp which will be at the event:

This is going to be a day for the record books. Don't miss it!!

DickDickle 04-10-2013 02:34 PM

What size tires does that red Cherokee have, they look smaller than 33's

Technohead 04-10-2013 08:45 PM


Originally Posted by DickDickle (Post 15276914)
What size tires does that red Cherokee have, they look smaller than 33's


Technohead 05-07-2013 06:04 AM

Less than two weeks to go!!

Latest additions to the raffle lineup include an 8500 lb Superwinch, a $500 gift certificate from Mickey Thompson, and a $200 gift certificate from Bushwacker.

At the moment we have exactly 20 vendors/clubs/orgs signed up for the event including Clayton Offroad, Crown, All Things Jeep, Endangered Species, Jeepin' Stuff, RC Truck Stop, and more. The area we had originally set aside for vendors is now full but we will make room if any clubs want to jump on board over the next few days.

The team worked for 9 hours Sunday tripling the length of the difficult trail. Alot of time was spent testing and tweaking the obstacles to minimize winching on event day. In the end we still were not able to run a group of locked rigs through without winching once and there are several obstacles that were not crawlable and require momentum. There are a couple new downhill sections that are a little scary. No detail was left uncovered as Tad even brought out his leaf blower to clear the trails!

DickDickle 05-07-2013 07:32 AM

Awesome looking zj!

Technohead 05-07-2013 12:43 PM


Originally Posted by DickDickle (Post 15399778)
Awesome looking zj!

Thanks. Thats mine! :D

DickDickle 05-07-2013 12:56 PM

Love zjs, I don't think I will make it to monson tho I will have to see how my zj is after gtd in Rumney this weekend

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