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Shady Business: ARB’s 2000 Series Awning and Room

Picture yourself parked on a remote beach somewhere south of the border.  Your chilled cerveza slowly drips condensation on your hand, the palms trees rustle gently in the breeze, and the rolling of the waves lulls you to sleep under the cool shade of your awning.  Sounds pretty good right? We sure thought so, which is why we decided to review one during the fall season. Unfortunately, it turns out that drinking beer and enjoying afternoon siestas are considered “lacking” as… read more »

NMBR’s Long-term BFGoodrich KO2 Review: 15,000 Mile Report

In March, New Mexico Backroads [NMBR] began the 2015 overland guide season with a new set of BFGoodrich 37x12.50R17 KO2 tires mounted on the NMBR Rubicon for a yearlong review.  “Is it time to come back to an all-terrain tire?”—this question would serve as the running theme for New Mexico Backroads’ ongoing review of the KO2. Would an overlanding based professional or enthusiast be willing to give up their big block mud-terrains for BFGoodrich’s next generation aggressive all-terrain tire? As… read more »

Wunderlich Releases 2WD 1200GS

EICMA usually has a collection of the newest and coolest motorcycles around, and this years show in Milan was no exception. Everything from new Indian motorcycles and Bimota carbon cafe racers, to a 230 horsepower aprilla concept were unveiled, but it was a rather colorful GS 1200 that got our attention. Why the enthusiasm over a neon beamer? Because Wunderlich international has converted it to a 2WD. The first "two-wheeler" GS is actually a hybrid, and uses electricity to power a… read more »

The Baja Rally – Plenty of Dust, Not A Lot of Glory

Navigation racing is not something American’s are all that aware of. Tell someone about your experience racing a TSD rally, and they’ll bat their eyes and stare blankly. Talk about Rally Raids or Dakar, and they might ask you about Africa. So it makes sense that the Baja Rally, a navigation based cross-country race down Mexico’s infamous peninsula, is not a well known event…yet. Built by a man named Scotty Bloom, affectionately known on the internet as “Breauxman,” and his… read more »

Beer is Love: Ninkasi Brewing

The craft beer movement is on fire in America, and especially in the Pacific North West. Eugene, Oregon based brewery Ninkasi Brewing has been making quality craft beer since 2006, and doing things a bit different than the competition. While the company’s main focus is on creating high quality craft beer, they also consider the community, its employees and the environment as parallel priorities. Ninkasi also believes in supporting grass roots sports, events and lifestyles which “perpetuate better living.” I… read more »

Roof tent or Ground tent? An important Question for Every Overlander.

On a recent expedition and TV shoot in Zambia, I used a well-respected roof tent by Ezi-Awn. And it made me think. In my travels I have used many types of roof tent, as well as many types of ground tent. The advantages and disadvantages of each type are not always obvious to travelers who have never rigged and slept in a roof tent. Which do I prefer? Which one is easier to erect, wrap up, and which type is… read more »

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