Off-Road Community

This page is designated to all off-road enthusiasts, who just can’t get enough of the dirt and the speed.


Join our off-road riding community for enthusiastic 2 and 4 wheelers. Ocotillo Wells, CA  for frequent riding marathons. No newbies, we do not ride below an average speed of 50 miles/hour!!! Exception: when it’s a family and wives included ride!!

During the riding season from September through April, you can usually find Speed-Freek in Ocotillo Wells. Speed-Freek is always looking for fast riding buddies who are not afraid to go on 40 miles  rides. Once a month, Speed-Freek goes to Lake Havasu/Arizona which fills his need for technical and single track riding.

Are you a fast rider and you can’t get enough of riding your bike? Are you looking for somebody to ride with?  If so please contact us, if you are interested in riding with us.


Ocotillo Wells, Off-Road Recreational Area

More than 80,000 acres of magnificent desert are open for off-highway exploration and recreation within the boundaries portrayed on the park map are operated by California State Parks. Outside the boundaries, to the south and east, large tracts of BLM land (U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management) are also open to off-highway vehicles. The western boundary and part of the northern boundary connect with the half-million acre Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, which is closed to off-highway recreation, but open to exploration by highway-legal vehicles along established primitive roads.


Gordon’s Well

Gordon’s Well is a uniquely friendly place, with lots of great places to venture. Let’s begin with Patton’s Valley; a large and relatively open dune, where you can test your skills as well as watch others test their skills and their cars, racing up the face. Then There’s Test Hill. A hotspot both during the day and at night. The sand drags go off every weekend evening, with the largest usually on saturdays. You camp at Dune Buggy Flats, a large semi-hardpack area, where the room is plentiful most days and the action ranges to a quiet bon fire type setting to fireworks and loud music and crazy fun at th big night weekends. The fees are $25 for a weekend and $90 for the season. I would suggest getting the $90 pass if you plan on going more than 3 times. It will pay for itself after 4 times there

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