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Our philosophy is simple – We enjoy what we do and use the products we make.

Mega Mikes Adventure Products designs, makes, and supplies robust outdoor adventures products primarily for Jeeps.


Our mission is to optimize the adventure lifestyle, and make products that are truly functional, practical, and enhance your outdoor experience.

The Sierra Nevada foothills are our backyard and playground – not miles, but inches away! All of our products are born and bred in the region and environment. Our team has spent decades off-roading and exploring the terrain, ranging from family camping trips to extreme rock crawling and snow recovery missions. This includes the world renowned Rubicon Trail - a 22-mile-long route due west of Lake Tahoe. Also the Fordyce Creek 4x4 Trail - an 11 mile trail that is lightly trafficked and often purported to be more challenging than even the Rubicon.

After years of fabricating and modifying equipment for our own use, we decided to share our expertise by developing products we could offer to like-minded individuals on a broad scale. We take pride in the fact that everything we make (or break) through research and development is rigorously tested on our own vehicles, in the harshest of conditions.  

Meet Mike
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Michael Hodkin
Chief Adventure Officer

Meet “Mega-Mike”, he’s not only the Chief Adventure Officer – he's also our chief product designer and R&D Guru for all the products we make. Whether he’s out on trail rides with friends or hard at work in the field testing products - he’s the trail blazing guy always at the head of the pack!

If you can’t reach him, it's not that he’s ignoring you! He’s usually so far out in the wilderness testing products on his Jeep, there’s no cell service!

In addition to being an avid “Jeeper” and outdoor adventurer,  “Mega Mike” is also the consummate family man and an artisan with a plasma cutter – if you can think it up – he can craft it. If he’s not occupied with his four kids, two dogs, two cats or five chickens, he’s in the garage with his Jeep,  working on designs for new products.

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