Go Topless Day FAQs
Q: How did Go Topless Day start?
A: Go Topless Day was started by All Things Jeep in 2008 after a particularly brutal New England Winter. The first event was a small meet up of Jeepers at a local farm and ice cream stand, but the event has since grown to more than 150 events and 20,000+ Jeeps worldwide! ExtremeTerrain.com took over All Things Jeep and the Go Topless Day event in 2018, making 2019 the first Go Topless Day hosted by Barricade Offroad.
Q: Are Go Topless Day events open to the public?
A: Most events are open to the public to grow and strengthen the local off-road community. Activities range from picnics, trail runs, giveaways, convoys, trail clean-ups, parades, and other social events, all in the name of fun and charity. Use our map feature on the main page to find your local event and get more details.
Q: Are any off-road vehicles welcome?
A: Go Topless Day events are typically for Jeeps only. However, each individual event has its own rules and restrictions, so make sure to contact your local event for more information.
Q: Does Go Topless Day support a charity?
A: Barricade encourages each club hosting a Go Topless Day event to support a registered 501(c)(3) organization of their choice. Some Go Topless Day events in 2021 supported organizations such as The American Cancer Society, Special Olympics, add more. More than $130,000 was raised for various charities in 2021. This year we’re hoping to make a greater impact by continuing to donate $500 to each event that raises a minimum of $500 for their charity of choice.