The Club

We are a group of off road enthusiasts in the tech corridor in Iowa. We are devoted to growing the hobby in a responsible and legal manner.


Membership is $35year. This helps cover costs of running the club such as insurance and event setup. You can pay dues via PayPal online below. PayPal payments will be in the amount of $36.35 to cover the cost of PayPal fees.


Corridor CrawlersVehicle Requirements


When doing a trail day with Corridor Crawlers, we will have tech inspections prior to hitting the trails. Make sure you go over this checklist yourself before attending the event. This will make everything easier for those doing tech inspection and ensure you don’t get turned away for something that cannot be fixed in the field.

Please let a tech inspector know of any known issues before the inspection. One bad mark on inspection may not necessarily get you failed for club tech but will be noted and will be at the parks discretion.

ALL drivers must be 16 years of age or older and have proof of basic liability insurance and all passengers must be accounted for.



Minimum Requirements

  1. Brakes must be in working order.
  2. Roll Bar: Any open vehicle must have a roll bar firmly attached. If vehicle uses fiberglass body roll bar must be attached to frame. Roll bar or factory roof must cover all passengers with adequate head clearance. All roll cages need to be inspected.
  3. Seat belts are required for ALL vehicle occupants on the trails. Must be worn at all times and be functioning properly
  4. Fiberglass tops must have side glass in them
  5. Fire Extinguisher: Must be of at least 2 lb of an ABC rating and preferably hard mounted within driver reach. Must show a full charge and seals be intact.
  7. Tow Strap: Must have good condition strap with looped ends. NO HOOKS. Must be of at least 20 feet and at least 20,000 lbs unless otherwise cleared with a Tech Inspector
  8. Winches: Anyone with a winch will have a cable inspection and operation. Winches are not to be used as a recovery point. Winches need to be appropriately sized to vehicle size and terrain conditions. Winch owners will need a cable weight bag or something to drape over cable in case of breakage.
  9. TOW POINTS: Must be equipped with proper front and rear tow points. No WELD on SHACKLES or TOW HOOKS will be accepted. Points need to be a Tow hook bolted to the frame with Grade 8 or 10.9 (metric equivalent Hardware, Or Welded to Bumper or Strong enough frame cross member. D Shackle, ring eyes (will be inspected by welder and tech inspector). D, Bow, Ring Shackles will only be accepted if in form of screw or cotter style (with the proper pin) removable type in at least a 3/4 size pin or bigger.
  10. Fuel Cells: if used they must be securely mounted and not leaking anywhere.
  11. A fully inflated spare: tire must be same size as currently on the vehicle. Any size smaller then on current vehicle is to be decided by tech inspector if safe or not.
  12. Glass: All Vehicle glass must be in decent condition with no dangerous cracks.
  13. Lug wrench, lug nut keys for locking nuts (if needed), and working jack capable of lifting vehicle.
  14. Leaks: No Excessive leaks. We’re trying to tread lightly respect our environment
  15. Lights: Must have Working Headlights, Brake lights, and reverse lights
  16. Chassis: Vehicle Chassis must be in good safe operating condition
  17. Gear: All gear must be securely tied down when on the trail including tools, coolers, recovery gear, and battery





Other Recommended Items

  1. CB Radio
  2. Toolkit
  3. High lift Jack
  4. Shovel
  5. Winch

Board Members

Board members:
Robert Cannon – President
Carl Budny – Vice President
John Carnahan – Lead Tech Inspector
Shawn Carnahan – Tech Inspector
Clayton Ramstead – Web Development
Chelsea Jean Lindenberg – Treasurer
Jeannie Cannon – Auditor