Fall For All
October 19, 20, & 21, 2012
Hosted By: CAOS
Where: Gray Rock, ORV
We, the aforementioned off road club do not warrant, promise, allude to, accept or take responsibility for anyone thinking that we are of sound mind. We're as nuts as anyone else but we do like to have fun! - C.A.O.S.
BFGoodrich® TiresAnnounces 2012 Outstanding Trails
MOAB, Utah(April 4, 2012)–BFGoodrich® Tires, in collaboration with Tread Lightly! and United Four Wheel Drive Associations (UFWDA),today announced the trails selected for its2012Outstanding Trails program. Nominated for uniqueness, terrain type and enthusiast following, the trails selected for this year’s program are Blanca Peak Trail in Blanca, Colo.; Mirror Lake Trail in Sierra National Forest, Calif.; and Bents and Dents Trail in Mount Olive, Ala.
Launched in 2006, the Outstanding Trails Programis dedicated to the responsible use and preservation of off-road trailswhilepromoting the trails’ conservation efforts. To help with costs associated with the trail’s conservation efforts, BFGoodrich Tires will also present a grant to the associated off-road clubs at events throughout the year. Read More
Central Alabama Offroad Society (C.A.O.S.) is a 4×4 club in the Birmingham, Alabama area. C.A.O.S. was established in October 1999 as a non-profit club of 4×4 enthusiasts to bring together and promote the interest of family four-wheeling. We strive to create a good image for four-wheelers and provide a family atmosphere. more…
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We are proud of our club and it’s history and constantly add photos to the photo gallery that chronicle our never-ending adventures. Not to mention the liberal ragging we offer each other over each others mishaps. Take a look around to learn as much about us as you can. Then come to a ride or meeting to see the reason why we have as much fun as we do.
I met up with a couple CAOS members who were doing some trail maintenance... but they were very helpful to show me to the trails and send us out while they worked on the trails. They even gave us a couple CAOS can coozys which was very cool. Since we were alone out there, it was good to know that some capable and experienced people knew we were up there and were looking out for us. - Yucca Patrol