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*Safari Camp, Cardiff CA, Feb. 24 & 25
OFF-ROAD LIVE! will cover, the world’s largest surf demo, back to San Elijo Campground in Cardiff by the Sea, Cali, February 24-25. 

The Safari Camp features all of the top surfing brands sharing their newest shapes, designs and products, and giving consumers the chance to try before they buy. Participating brands will include: Billabong, Body Glove, Channel Islands Surfboards, Creatures of Leisure, Dragon Alliance, FCS, Firewire Surfboards, Haydenshapes Surfboards, INT Softboards, JS Industries, LOST Surfboards, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter of San Diego, Nixon, O’Neill Wetsuits, Otis Eyewear, Panda Surfboards, Pyzel Surfboards, Quiksilver, Reef, Rip Curl, RXBAR, Sharp Eye Surfboards, Sun Bum, Surf Ride Manufacturing, SurfRide, Vionic Beach, Volte Wetsuits, ZICO Coconut Water…and your friends the BAJA Crew!

FREE and OPEN to the public! This San Diego SPEED Festival, also featuring music, entertainment, food trucks, acai bowls from Sambazon, coffee from iVibe Coffee, and a beer garden, will run 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. 

Proceeds from the Pizza Port Beer Garden will benefit California State Parks, specifically the Friends of Cardiff and Carlsbad State Beaches (FCCSB). The Safari Camp Garden will also feature signature cocktails from event sponsors Deep Eddy Vodka and Dulce Vida Tequila.

*LIVE! MINT 400, Las Vegas NV, March 2-10, 2018 ONLINE*
OFF-ROAD LIVE! will cover, the nation’s largest desert racing cluster-fuck LIVE! ONLINE from Las Vegas Nevada! March 2-10, 2018. 

FREE and OPEN to the public! This SPEED Festival, also features music, entertainment and food trucks!

*Desert Safari, Ocotillo Wells CA, March 10

OFF-ROAD LIVE! will cover, the world’s largest desert off-road demo, back to Ocotillo Wells in So-Cal, March 10.

FREE and OPEN to the public! This SPEED Festival, also features music, entertainment and food trucks!

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>>>Dezert News LIVE! Communications Advisory

February 18, 2018 Today, OFF-ROAD LIVE! reports on yet another science related communications impact news item on desert racing and adventuring, devoted to the Desert Off-Road Recreation & Racing Lifestyle!

UPDATED! there is a 55% chance of geomagnetic storms today as Earth moves through the wake of a passing Coronal Mass Ejection. Boosting the odds of geomagnetic activity is an incoming stream of solar wind. Estimated time of arrival: Feb. 16-18
Western radio operators should remain alert for communication disruptions.

CHANCE OF GEOMAGNETIC STORMS TODAY:  Space Weather forecasters say there is a 60% chance of minor geomagnetic storms on Feb. 15th when a CME (described below) is expected to hit Earth. Such a storm would have little effect on Earth-orbiting satellites or global power grids, but it would likely spark bright auroras around the Arctic Circle. Stay tuned for updates as the solar storm cloud approaches.

 
SUNSPOT EXPLODES, HURLS CME AT EARTH: On Feb. 12th, the magnetic canopy of sunspot AR2699 exploded--for more than 6 hours. The slow-motion blast produced a C1-class solar flare and hurled a coronal mass ejection (CME) almost directly toward Earth. This movie from the Solar and Heliospheric Observtory (SOHO) shows the CME leaving the sun:


The CME is expected to reach Earth on Feb. 15th. Space Weather forecasters say there is a 60% chance of G1-class geomagnetic storms with isolated periods of stronger G2 storming.

The effectiveness of the CME could be enhanced by a stream of solar wind that was already en route to Earth when the sunspot exploded. The solar wind is flowing from a large wedge-shaped hole in the sun's atmosphere. If the approaching CME sweeps up material from that stream, snowplow-style, it could strike Earth's magnetic field with extra mass and potency.

Arctic sky watchers should be alert for auroras when the CME arrives. If the coming storm intensifies to category G2, observers in northern-tier US states from Maine to Washington could see auroras as well. 

Radio communications throughout the West may be impacted for the next 48 hours.
Stay tuned for updates.

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