CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR 2011

If the Event Name is underlined, click on the Event Name  to see the pictures of the event.
Go to bottom of page for Grade Descriptions & Scrutineer list

Month Date Event Grade
January 16th Caura Valley Grade 2
February 13th Heights of Guanapo Grade 4
March 20th Heights of Guanapo Pt. 2 Grade 4
April 17th Family Day - Tyrico Grade 1
May 15th Mt Harris (Exploration) Grade 2
June 26th  Tabaquite Grade 4
July   Caura  
August   Down D Islands  
September 25th Verdant Vale Grade 4
October   Mamorale  
November   Mt. Harris  
December 8th Christmas Lime  

 

TRAIL GRADING

Grade 1 : For All 4WD Vehicles / No special equipment / road tyres.

Grade 2 : Some Mud & Slight Scathing Possible / Ropes, basic pulling equipment / Mud terrain / lug tyres required

Grade 3 : Mud, Rough Terrain / Winches, Ropes, Shovels / Mud terrain / lug tyres required

Grade 4 : Mud, Difficult Terrain, Possible Damage / Full complement Recovery & Clearing Equipt / Mud terrain / lug tyres required .

Grade"TBA" : To Be Announced.

PLEASE NOTE: CHANGES IN WEATHER CAN TURN A GRADE 1 TRAIL INTO A GRADE 4 TRAIL.      

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SCRUTINEER'S CHECK LIST

MANDATORY - Valid Driver's Permit, Insurance Certificate, Working Seatbelts, First Aid Kit, No Alcohol, Fire Extinguisher, Optional-Inspection Sticker

TOOLS - Wheel, Spanner, Jack + Handle, Toolkit 25', 3/4" Rope (max4), Sharp Cutlass, Spade + Fork, Winch + "Cumalong", Bow Saw + Axe, CB Radio, Mud Ladders (max2)

SPARES - Spare Rad.Hose T/B, Spare Fan belt, Water, Brake fluid

OTHER -   Roll Cage (2 on chassis), Towing Eyes (max 4), Snorkel

ELECTRICAL - Headlamps, Stop Lights, Horn, Wipers, Ignition/Kill Switch

TYRES -    Spare (max 2) Grade 1 trails All terrain tyres required. Grade 2 and above Mud terrain / lug tyres required

ENGINE - Radiator Hoses (2), No loose wires, Battery(s) Secure, Fan / Vee Belt, Throttle Return Spring, Fuel Lines Secure

DRIVE TRAIN/UNDERSIDE - Prop shafts Secure, Fuel Lines Secure, No loose wires below, All Wheel Nuts Present

 

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