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Cross Country

Special types of event where 4 x 4 and special 2wd vehicles compete "off-road". Great fun for competitors and marshals; with lots of events every week, some are bound to be near you.


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Clubs involved with Cross Country:
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4 Counties Off Road Club
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Main Disciplines:Cross Country
Geographic Area: East Midlands, South East England
Primary Association:
Somewhere around 1990 over a beer or two,(where all the best ideas are formed!) a few friends came up with the idea of starting an informal Off Road Club. In 1997 the 4 Counties joined GLASS and actively encourages its members to follow the guidelines laid down by them and L.A.R.A.
Contact:
Lauren Mills
email:
laurenmikemills@aol.com
Website:
4WDC of Northern Ireland
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Main Disciplines:Cross Country
Geographic Area: Northern Ireland
Primary Association:
Formed in 1987 the Northern Ireland 4 Wheel Drive Club aims to cater for the fast growing interest in both 4 wheel drive vehicles and cross country driving, whilst bringing together 4 wheel drive owners and enthusiasts in social and competitive activities.
Contact:
Q Campbell
email:
qcampbelloffroad@btinternet.com
Website:
Ae 4x4 Club
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Main Disciplines:Cross Country
Geographic Area: Scotland
Primary Association:

Contact:
John Goodwin
email:
jgoodwin10@btinternet.com
Website:
www.ae4x4.org.uk
All Wheel Drive Club
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Main Disciplines:Cross Country, Radio
Geographic Area: National
Primary Association:
The club was formed in 1968 to allow people to use their off road vehicles regardless of make or model Today the club has around 2000 members making it the largest all-makes off road club in the UK MSA Club callsign = DIFFLOCK
Contact:
Hesketh Emden
email:
secretary@awdc.co.uk
Website:
www.awdc.co.uk/
Anglian LRC
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Main Disciplines:Cross Country, Marque
Geographic Area: Eastern England, South East England
Primary Association:
The Anglian Rover Owners’ Club is an off road club which holds competitions in Northants, Herts, Beds and Bucks.
Contact:
Andrew Flanders
email:
andrewflanders@btinternet.com
Website:
www.anglianlrc.com
Anglian ROC
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Main Disciplines:Cross Country, Marque
Geographic Area: South East England
Primary Association:
Cross Country 4 x 4 events at local club level. Trials events with a friendly personal approach.
Contact:
M Manser
email:
Secretary@AROCoffroad.co.uk
Website:
www.AROCoffroad.co.uk
Association of Land Rover Clubs (ALRC)
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Main Disciplines:Cross Country, Marque
Geographic Area: National
Primary Association:
Membership of the Association of Land Rover Clubs is open to any club dedicated to the Rover marque (including Land Rover) based in the UK or Overseas. The constitution must show that the club only accepts Rover enthusiasts as members and is dedicated to the Rover marque (including Land Rover). The club must be non-profit making and must not be run as of from a commercial venture.
Contact:
Simone Birch
email:
tonybirch@btopenworld.com
Website:
www.alrc.co.uk/
Autonomy Motor Sports Club
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Main Disciplines:Autotests, Cross Country, Hillclimbs, Karting, Race, Rally, Rallycross, Sprints
Geographic Area: National
Primary Association:
Autonomy Motor Sports Club was founded to support the work of those raising money for charities within the UK through organised motor sports events. We are able to advise fundraisers and provide services to them at reasonable rates to make sure participants can concentrate on the fundraising and focus on having fun when they take part, without all the headaches associated with the legalities.
Contact:
Martin Law
email:
mlaw@autonomymsc.org.uk
Website:
www.autonomymsc.org.uk
Aylesbury LRFC
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Main Disciplines:Cross Country, Marque
Geographic Area: South East England
Primary Association:
We are a family orientated Land Rover club, but that doesn’t mean you have to have a family or a Land Rover to join the club! We encourage all ages to get involved. All our events are children inclusive and the ALRFC even has it's own Kids Club organizer! We have just recently moved to St.John's Stone having outgrown the previous venue in Haddenham. We meet on the first Thursday of every month at St. Johns which, has safe play area for kids. (St. John's Club is situated in Stone (Buckinghamshire) which is approx two miles south of Aylesbury on the A418)
Contact:
Heather Moscrop
email:
heather@muddyduck.co.uk
Website:
www.muddyduck.co.uk
Baja Club
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Main Disciplines:Cross Country
Geographic Area: National
Primary Association:

Contact:
S White
email:
seth@airsouls.com
Website:
www.bajaclub.co.uk/
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