Visit All J Products get ready for Big Bear off road adventures
Get your Jeep or 4-wheel drive vehicle ready to go off road in Big Bear lake
Big Bear off road adventures abound in the high elevation of Big Bear Lake. The climate makes for great summertime off-roading in Southern California. When other destinations are too hot to enjoy, head up the mountain to Big Bear.
If you like four wheeling in the snow in Big Bear, there’s plenty of that in the winter. If you’re up for a long trail ride, you can even start your trip down in the desert and off-road all the way up to the top of the mountains.
Get your Jeep or other vehicle ready for the rigors of off-road wheeling, your own Big Bear off road adventures, by getting it checked at by Big Bear’s experts in 4-Wheel drive vehicles: All J Products.
All J Products is a family owned business. Together, the folks working at All J in Big Bear Lake have more than four decades of combined experience in Big Bear off road adventures and four-wheeling. They offer off road bumpers, off road lights, off road tires and a wide variety of off road parts for your vehicles.
The staff has immense experience building Jeep vehicles. The Big Bear offroading experts’ specialty is designing and fabricating Jeep aftermarket parts and body armor that are made to be functional as well as good looking.
They have more than 20 years of experience in the national automotive industry, over 30 years experience in various engineering fields, and over five years experience in the steel industry.
All J is an authorized professional suspension system installation dealer for various lift kit manufacturers, including Nth Degree Mobility, Rubicon Express, Full Traction, Daystar, SuperLift and other well-known lift kits. All J modifies Jeeps and perform scheduled maintenance for your Jeep, stock, modified, or whatever.
They are there to help you and your Jeep enjoy your Big Bear off road adventures.
The Off-Highway Vehicle system on the San Bernardino National Forest is one of the best in Southern California. A variety of experiences and a large number of miles are available for 4-wheel driving, ATV, UTV and motorcycle use.
The San Bernardino National Forest OHV system is comprised of designated routes and trails primarily in Cajon Pass, North Lake Arrowhead, North and East of Big Bear, and west of Idyllwild.
The San Bernardino National Forest does not have “open areas” for hill-climbing activities, cross country travel or motor cross tracks for racing. However, the forest offers trails and forest roads available for green sticker/red sticker use. There are roads open to Sport Utility Vehicle and four wheel drive vehicle travel (some roads are primarily 4×4 routes). The OHV system offers a wide range of experience levels including novice, intermediate, and expert levels and signed easiest, more difficult, and most difficult.
Where to go ?
The San Bernardino National Forest has a system of designated Off-Highway Vehicle routes in place. These existing designated Off-Highway Vehicle routes, together with other roads designated “open for motorized travel” are displayed on recently published Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM).
The Motor Vehicle Use Map also displays uses allowed by vehicle class (highway-legal vehicles, vehicles less than 50 inches wide and motorcycles) and seasonal allowances. The Motor Vehicle Use Map provides information on other travel rules and regulations. Routes not shown on the Motor Vehicle Use Map are not open to public motor vehicle travel. Routes designated for motorized use may not always be signed on the ground, but will be identified on the Motor Vehicle Use Map. It will be the public’s responsibility to refer to the Motor Vehicle Use Map to determine designated routes for motor vehicle use. The Motor Vehicle Use Map will be updated annually to correct mapping errors or discrepancies.
The Motor Vehicle Use Map is a black and white map with no topographic features. It is best used in conjunction with a Forest Visitor Map or other topographic map.
The Motor Vehicle Use Map is available here http://www.bigbear.net/OffRoadMap.pdf.
The maps are large PDF files and may take a few minutes to download. If you are unable to download, you may request a MVUM map by mail, visitors can call 909-382-2600. Please allow 1-2 weeks for delivery.
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