"Why do we keep coming back to this hill?"
The Gold Mine Hill section on the Switzerland Trail in Colorado is a technical ascent that is challenging and not easy to master -- even when conditions are just right. In this episode of DiffLock, Tommy and his crew decide to do
It's a sad truth that most vehicles with serious off-road capabilities stay on the road. For those who are ready to take your off-road machine onto a real trail and getting a little mud on the tires, here is a video with tips to get you started. In part 2
If you are going to venture off-road, there's a world of knowledge that is helpful to know that will keep you and your ride rubber-side down. Watch as Tommy discovers the finer points of staying safe in this Top Ten Off-Roading Tips for Newbies video.
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"Holy pickles! This is steep. Really steep!"
Tommy and the boys are off to Moab for a week of 4-wheeling at Easter Jeep Safari. Leaving snowy Boulder, Colorado was not without its challenges but the gang eventually arrived safely in Moab. Now the fun can really begin.
Off-roading in Utah is
Looking back to 1995, eBay changed the way we buy and sell goods online, the 55 mph speed limit on U.S. highways was ended, and a gallon of gasoline was a little over a dollar. 1995 is also the model year of Tommy's Jeep Wrangler YJ, which was estimated to
Gold Mine Hill is a difficult section of the Switzerland Trail west of Boulder, Colorado that often has travelers seeking an alternative route. TFL often uses this short, steep, technical ascent to test a vehicle’s traction control and true off-road capabilities. In this episode of DiffLock, Tommy's '95 Jeep Wrangler is challenged by
On the latest episode of the TFLcar series DiffLock, Tommy Mica and his friends Matt and Alex visit Jeeps & Java in Castle Rock, Colorado, to check out all of the modified Jeeps.
They also head to the mountains, where they check out the suspension articulation of their Jeeps - and
In this episode of DiffLock, a pair of Jeep Wranglers and a Toyota 4Runner have some fun in the snow-covered Colorado mountains. To make things interesting, the challenge of clearing Gold Mine Hill is thrown in for good measure.
Gold Mine Hill is a technical section of the Switzerland Trail west