Hills Angels 4×4 Club – Reno, Nevada



In keeping with trying to bring to the forefront all of the available off roading groups around the state, I bring to you today Hills Angels 4×4 Club located in Reno, Nevada. The Hills Angels 4×4 Club was suggested to us by Barbara Rainey. If you know of a group that we haven’t featured yet, please let us know and we will add it to our list. Please provide the URL with your suggestion. If the site does not have a current website, give us some background information on it and we will get it posted.


Here is some information about Hills Angels 4×4 club from their official website: www.hillsangels4x4.com.

This is a very easy-going group that requires no dues. To join, you simply show up at a meeting or join the forum online. You have to post at least once every 3 months, come to at least one trail run, and show up to meetings now and then. There’s no strict requirements and it’s a good fit for those who have very busy lifestyles but still want to have people they can go off-roading with. Money is not collected except through a donation jar during meetings, which are often held in such laid back places as coffee houses and pizza restaurants.

The website is a forum that has lots of information for its members. There’s a small classifieds section with items for sale, wanted, and that are being given away for free. Other topics on the forum include ham radios, trail runs and reports, land use, tech, survival tips, online videos of 4x4s, pictures of members’ 4x4s, and club info. There is also a general chat section for members to get to know one another and talk about anything.

This group is quite active, and tries to make sure they do not damage the environment. In fact, they have won recognition certificates several times from the forestry service for helping to preserve the trails. There is also a lot of pride in this little group and when you attend the meetings, you can sometimes purchase stickers and decals, as well as other merchandise, for a small price to show your own pride in the club.

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."

7 comments

  1. Recognition Certificates from the Forestry Service is pretty impressive. I know there are clubs in every state that make it a practice to protect and preserve the environment while they are participating in off road events and I’ve never heard of any of them getting that kind of feedback. It’s probably something that should happen a lot more than it does. Kudos to Hills Angels for achieving that recognition and also to you for sharing it with us.

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  2. I like no dues, a lot! My job is on and off and I don’t always have extra cash, but I always like driving my Jeep and being part of a group who share my likes. The environment has always been a priority for me. I grew up in a family that was green before it was fashionable to be. It sounds like their priorities are in order and I have no problem getting behind that.

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  3. I was the result of a honeymoon trip to Reno so Mom and Dad decided to name me that. I’ve never met another person with that name, so it’s kind of neat. We still live in Nevada so I’ve spent time there too. The state is a treasure trove of off road possibilities. I’ve never joined a club but I think I may be ready to give it a shot. Nice to know where this one is.

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  4. Sounds like a pretty laid back group and that’s right up my alley. There are times when I want to be part of a group and other times when I enjoy the solitude of a solo trip. I do like the idea of the online forum too. Thanks for the info.

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