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FEATURES | ADVENTURE | TECHNICAL | INDUSTRY NEWS SUZUKI 4X4 – BACKCOUNTRY TRAVEL & ADVENTURE Fort Rock, OR – As stated by the immortal Bill and Ted, “Excellent!” would be the one word to describe this year’s event. There seemed to be a coming together of elements that made this adventure a real hootenanny. The weather as always was unpredictable but …

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POWERFEST – Suzuki 4×4 Event

POWERFEST 2009 Getting Together and Giving Back. Editor: Eric Bewley Photo: B. Bagwell, Donkeyworx TILLAMOOK STATE FOREST, OR – We celebrated our 11th year of fun and frolic in the Tillamook State Forest off-highway vehicle park by wheeling with good friends on familiar trails made fun by an ample dose of rain. Typical of the Pacific Northwest this time of …

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The Fall Classic – Suzuki 4×4 Offroad Adventure

Suzuki 4×4 Hi-Desert Adventure Editor: Eric Bewley Photo: B. Bagwell, D. Arnold, K. Anderson, E. Hupp, S. Caudle CENTRAL OREGON – Bigger and better than ever best describes this year’s Fall Classic. A bigger crowd combined with more snow and lower than usual temperatures created a memorable and we think “better” experience for all Fall Classic participants. Excitement ensued even …

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Overland Adventure With The Suzuki Equator 4×4

Slightly North Of The Equator A Family Overland Adventure With the Suzuki Equator 4×4 Editor: Eric Bewley Photo: E. Bewley Bend, OR – Sometimes it is just good to load up the family and head for the hills and what better a combination than the central Oregon high desert and the ARB equipped Suzuki Equator. Our long-term loaner Suzuki Equator …

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‘Zukfari Colorado Adventure

‘ZUKFARI – Colorado Is Using The Phrase “Rocky Mountain High” So Wrong? Editor: Eric Bewley Story/Photo: J. Hall GUNNISON, CO – Our initial Saturday morning trek out from eastern Oklahoma to Colorado started with the crack of lightning and a monsoon like downpour. Unfortunately, this was a forebear of the weather we would experience during most of the trip. After …

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