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Winners:  Unlimited – Justin Hall  ;  Pro Modified – Jason Feuilly  ;  Unlimited Sportsman – Nathan Osburn  ; Stock Sportsman – Jeremy Eaton

trail gear 167x220 W.E. Rock Professional Rock Crawling Stiff Competition and Genuine SportsmanshipPLACERVILLE, CA   JULY 28, 2013:  When the final round of W.E. Rock Trail-Gear Western Pro Rock Crawling started in Goldendale, Washington on Saturday morning, three ProMod drivers were tied for first place.  By the end of the weekend the winners of the event would also decide the Season Series winners and more exceptional stories of sportsmanship would be created and shared with many. Read More→

Rock Crawling Winners:  Unlimited: Justin Hall  ;   Pro Mod: Jesse Haines
Sportsman A:  Dean Bulloch  ;  Sportsman B: Victor Buness

Dirt Riot Winners:  Pro 4400:  Brian Shirley  ;  Pro 4500:  Jeff Rector
Pro 4600: Cody Folsom  ;  Trail Class:  Ryan Miller  ;   UTV Class:  Dean Bulloch
Stock Trail:  Rob Flandro 

WERock Cedar City 220x165 W.E. Rock Rock Crawling and Dirt Riot Endurance Racing in Cedar City Utah Fun for All on Mother’s DayPLACERVILLE, CA   MAY 23, 2013:  The Cedar City W.E. Rock was the second ever two-day event comprised of the Trail Gear Western Series Professional Rock Crawling on Saturday, May 11th and the National Dirt Riot 4×4 Endurance Racing Southwest Regional race on Mother’s Day Sunday, May 12th.   The events took place at Three Peaks Recreation area, just outside of Cedar City, Utah.  “We had a lot of families here celebrating Mother’s Day and I am thankful for all the drivers that put on an awesome show for them both Saturday at the Rock Crawl and Sunday at the Dirt Riot race!” said Rich Klein, President and founder of W.E. Rock Events.  “This is the first time in several years that we have used BLM property.  It was with great pleasure that we can say how successful it was.  Being able to work successfully with our friends at BLM was awesome.  Special thanks to the Cedar City Field Office, Mitch Owens and others for their help in making this a successful event.”  Read More→

CalROCS – Season Final

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

thumbs 22 of 24 CalROCS   Season FinalCalROCS is a ‘run what you brung,’ grassroots rock crawling series, which is designed to allow anyone to compete, as well as put on a spectator friendly, and family friendly, action packed event. Each weekend starts the same way: competitors walk the new courses that CalROCS has laid out and they share stories of past events, achievements, and carnage. They cannot wait to hit the rock so they can get new stories to share around the campfire, new achievements, and new broken parts to fix, just so they can do it all over again. Read More→

thumbs 07 of 15 CalROCS Round 4, Donner CA   Great Wheeling, Better Sportsmanship.Saturday morning July 30, 2011, all the CalROCS competitors are excited to finally take on the course at Donner Ski Ranch. Donner is always the favorite spot for competitors and spectators, so of course it is the perfect location for Round 4 of the CalROCS extreme rock crawling series. As the competitors walk the new courses that CalROCS has laid out, they share stories of past events, achievements, and carnage. They cannot wait to hit the rock so they can get new stories to share around the campfire, new achievements, and new broken parts to fix, just so they can do it all over again. Read More→

01 of 15 200x300 CalROCS Round 3, Brown Valley CA   New Holes, New Rocks, and LlamasSaturday June 25th: The weekend started in the early hours with the drivers walking the new courses that Kurtis Harryman had laid out for them. Harryman knew all the drivers were disappointed that they could not run at Donnor this weekend. The amount of snowfall, the Tahoe area received this winter broke records and is still melting off. This is why Round 3 of the CalROCS extreme racing series had to be moved to Brown Valley.

CalROCS had a few tricks up their sleeves to pick up the drivers’ spirits. Harryman brought out “Frank’s Backhoe, Inc.” to help change the landscape a bit. They dug into the earth, making hug holes around the already challenging obstacles and found massive boulders that were used to build rock gardens to flex all the rigs to the max. The drivers could not wait to hit these new obstacles and be the first to conquer them. Harryman set up bonus lines around the best new lines to encourage the drivers to put on a show for the crowd. Read More→