Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Custom Sand Rail For Sale ***SOLD***

Desert season is here! Are you in the market for a well-built custom sand rail that can haul the whole family around the dunes? If so, you definitely want to check this one out!

Custom 4-seater long-travel dune buggy for sale

This beautiful buggy actually happens to be featured in our photo galleries so if you want to see more photos, check it out HERE!

One of a kind, custom built sand rail

  • Seats 4 adults comfortably
  • Long travel (16 inches all around)
  • Fox 2.0 Pro Series coilovers with extra springs
  • Strong 2267cc VW engine built by Johnsons Bug Machine
  • Steel braided oil lines
  • Dual 44 Weber carbs
  • 091 IRS bus trans-axle
  • 930 CV joints
  • Paddle tires
  • Extra set of rock tires
  • Billet SACO rack and pinion
  • CNC pedals
  • PIAA lighting
  • Amp and speakers ready for phone/IPod
  • Adjustable driver seat
  • Custom paint by Brink Designs

This buggy is in great shape, is very reliable, and built to last.
Asking $12,500 (Buggy)

Also for sale, 20ft Carson enclosed trailer with workbench and toolbox to keep this buggy safe and clean.
Asking $3,000 (Trailer)

Make an offer for both!

Serious inquiries only please. (Email Shawn)

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

9th Annual Pound Sand 2012

Don't let any of the new laws and regulations catch you by surprise this dune season!

Come find out the latest news at the 9th Annual Pound Sand event, sponsored by the ASA.

  • When will the Dune Closure Come Down?
  • Helmets and Back Seats in SxS!
  • Can my Children Drive our SxS
  • AZ OHV Issues

11440W Bell Rd. Surprise, AZ
2 pm on Sat October 6, 2012
Come Early Have Lunch

For more information, please contact the American Sand Association

Thursday, September 13, 2012

2012 Sand Sports Super Show

It's that time of year again, right before the start of the duning season when all of the top vendors and sand car manufacturers get together for the worlds biggest sand sports expo!

The Show will be held at the Orange County Fair Grounds in Costa Mesa, Ca. this weekend! Are you going?

Tickets On sale at Ticketmaster

  1. $15 per day | 
  2. $25 All Three Days | 
  3. Children 12 and under are Free

Show Hours
  1. FRIDAY 4pm to 10pm |
  3. SATURDAY 9am to 7pm |
  5. SUNDAY 9am to 4pm

For more information please visit the Sand Sports Super Show web site!

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Happy 4th of July Duners

Have a safe and wonderful 4th of July!

Sunday, January 8, 2012


Listen up duners! The 15th Annual MLK Dune Cleanup is quickly approaching. Dune cleanup events are a great way to spend a couple of hours volunteering your time in return for a cleaner desert and a chance to win some great prizes. Are you planning to attend?

15th annual dunes cleanup at the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area

15th Annual ISDRA Martin Luther Kind Weekend Dunes Cleanup
Hosted by The United Desert Gateway

Free t-shirts & Free Lunch, along with thousands of dollars in prize giveaways.


DATE: Saturday January 14th, 2012
  • North Dunes at Glamis Flats
  • South Dunes at Gordon's Well


  • Glamis Flats (Main staging area)
  • Gecko Road
  • Oldsmobile Hill
  • Roadrunner Wash Road

  • Gordon's Well (Main staging area)
  • Buttercup (Vendor Row)
  • Midway
  • Olgilby Camp (Past the tower to the south)

To participate, just go to one of the listed registration sites, beginning at 8:00 am, to register and pick up your trash bags. The first 3,000 volunteers to register will receive a free event t-shirt. Between 8:00 am – 11:30 am, volunteers will roam the desert, picking up trash. Bags of collected litter will then be traded for raffle tickets. Lunch will be served at the main staging areas between 11:30 am-12:30 pm, with the prize drawings to be held directly after lunch.

The 15th Annual Dunes Cleanup is proudly presented by the United Desert Gateway, Monster Energy Drink, Rally’s Burgers, Unchained Studios Unlimited, Got Desert ID?, and the Bureau of Land Management.

For more information about the 15th Annual Dunes Cleanup, please call the United Desert Gateway Program Manager Charla Teeters at 760.337.4155

Thanks duners!

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Is Your Camping Cookware American Made?

Are you looking to Americanize your home, your RV, or just looking for a special Christmas gift for friends and family? Are you tired of spending all of your hard earned money on cheaply made foreign products? I don't know about you, but I'm sick of it, so why not change the way you shop and buy higher quality American made products!

If you're ready to make a change and do more to help the US economy, check out some great American made cookware from Jacob Bromwell. Jacob Bromwell has been making quality American made cookware since 1819! How cool is that!

How can I Americanize my camping experience?

Jacob Bromwell has tons of great American made cookware that will help you Americanize your outdoor camping adventure. For example, you could wake the family with the smell of bacon and eggs cooking in a Frontier Frying Pan, sip hot coffee or hot chocolate in Classic Tin Cups, or maybe you could pop American made popcorn around the campfire with America's Oldest Popcorn Popper!

Isn't it worth spending an extra dollar or two while shopping if that means that you'll not only own higher quality products, but you'll also be helping your fellow American brothers and sisters keep a job during these tough economic times? Of course it is, so what are you waiting for! Check out Jacob Bromwell today and bring a little piece of Americana into your camping adventures!

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Unexploded grenade found in Dunebuggy Flats

On Saturday, November 5, 2011 the Imperial County Arson and Bomb Unit was dispatched to detonate an unexploded 40 millimeter grenade found by a camper in the Dunebuggy Flats camping area of the ISDRA. Dunebuggy Flats is also known as Gordons Well.

Even though the Imperial County Arson and Bomb Unit successfully destroyed the grenade, the camper that discovered it made one crucial and potentially deadly mistake. HE MOVED IT! Please, if you ever come across any strange object that is thought to be a UXO, don't disturb it and report it to 911 immediately. Experts also advise that you move at least 100 feet away from a potential UXO before using any cell phones or radios.

I hope that you never come across any UXO, but don't forget that the ISDRA was part of the training ground for General George S. Patton and his troops during WWII. Where do you think Patton's Valley got it's name? None the less, if you do happen to stumble upon UXO, here is some general guidance that will help you with the rules of engagement.

Recognize, Retreat, Report!

  • If you see UXO, STOP, do not move closer.
  • Do NOT transmit radio frequencies near UXO (cell phones, two-way radios, CB radios. Keep at least 100 ft. away).
  • NEVER touch, move, or disturb UXO.
  • NEVER remove anything near UXO.
  • Call 911 and report UXO. Move 100 ft. away before using cell phone or radio.
  • Avoid any area where UXO is located.

The full BLM article can be found here.

Dune smart, and be safe out there duners!