REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
In case you missed the event schedule email... here is the schedule of the day:
Here's the basic schedule for the day...
8:00 - Park Opens
8:20 - Group 1 (Novice) Registration, [Coffee, Orange Juice & Donuts]
9:10 - Group 1 (Novice) Driver's Meeting
9:20 - Skills Training Commences
10:00 - Group 2 (Advanced Beginners) Registration Begins
10:30 - Group 2 (Advanced Beginners) Drivers Meeting
10:40 - Group 2 Training Commences
Noon - Recovery Demonstration & Training
12:30 - Lunch
1:00 - CTI Opens
1:00 - Free Wheeling Opens
3:00 - We say our good byes
WHAT IS IT? Skillz Day is a chance for Jeep Owners to come and develop their off-roading Skillz in a safe and supervised environment.
WHO CAN COME? Anyone! Whether you are a novice off-roader or a seasoned rock-crawler, whether or not you are a MetalCloak customer, whether your Jeep is brand new and stock or fully tricked out, all are welcome.
IS IT FOR JEEPS ONLY? Not at all. All are welcome, we are just biased towards Jeeps... ;-)
DATE & TIME? Saturday, October 16, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM - Novice Starts at 9:00 - Advanced Beginners Start at 10:30
WHAT ARE NOVICE & ADVANCED BEGINNERS? If you've attended Skillz Day before, or had experience Rock-Crawling, you will register as an Advanced Beginner. If you are brand new to the world of Wheeling, Rock Crawling and Jeep ownership, we ask you to register as a novice so we can make sure you have lots of time to learn and develop "Skillz".
LOCATION: Prairie City SVRA... MAP
FOOD: We'll have coffee and donuts in the morning and a hot Lunch, courtesy of MetalCloak. But bring any snacks and drinks you may want throughout the day.
WILL OTHER VENDORS BE THERE: Yes, we invite industry friends or other clubs and organizations to come out and join us in the training with subjects like safety, airing down, trail repairs and more.
WHAT WILL WE DO? Throughout the day volunteers will be stationed at the various obstacles at Prairie City helping you better understand what you should or shouldn't do, what your rig is capable of, and how to safely and properly tackle obstacles. In addition there will be demonstrations on various topics like on the trail fixes, recovery, winching, land use, etc.
WHAT DOES IT COST? We are charging a nominal fee of $15 per driver and $10 per passenger. The fees will be used to help support and expand the program.
INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING? Volunteers are needed to help throughout the day. Please email will (at) metalcloak.com for more information.