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Ahead of the curve: Lazer Lamps’ Long Range LED Driving Light

There's no arguing that LED light bars have made serious waves in the four-wheel drive world. Whether it's walking your way around SEMA in Las Vegas or stopping by your local 4x4 club, it seems most vehicles are decked out with at least one light bar. Unfortunately due to their size and shape, many of these products have struggled to produce the effective range of traditional HID driving lights; which is why we were excited when we bumped into Chris Armelin from Lazer lamps… read more »

Mopar Steps Up Its Game with Dana 60 Crate Axles, High Top Fenders, & Beadlock Wheels

It seems that the boys in Toledo have taken a step out of the factory, wandered the streets, and made a discovery. People with Jeeps like modifying Jeeps. With all of this new information, a plan was hatched. Mopar got to work on designing parts people actually want while keeping the price competitive. Everything from new lift kits including Fox shocks and a new driveshaft, to High top fenders that will allow the fitment of 35" tires with no lift. to bolt… read more »

The Thousand Year Journey: Oregon to Patagonia

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New Adventure Rider: Selecting the Proper Boots

For new adventure riders, purchasing all of the necessary gear can quickly become overwhelming. After the acquisition of the motorcycle itself, the additional outlay of cash to buy a helmet, jacket, and all the other essentials can put a tight squeeze on available funds. For many riders, properly chosen footwear fails to make the cut and improvised solutions are put to use. Hiking or work boots are the most common substitutions. There’s a good reason every rider should wear proper… read more »

Top 10 pieces of advice for new travelers

So you decided to start traveling or at least to go for a trip? Congratulations! You made one of those few decisions in life which people never regret of. I didn’t meet anybody yet who would complain about traveling too much; on the other hand, too many people kept telling me how envious were they of me having the life full of travels and adventure. While traveling more and more, you will come up with your own observations, rules and… read more »

36 Hours of Adventure: High Passes and cold Fingers

I could feel the rear wheel sink simultaneously as the front wheel began to scramble for traction, its irregular wiggle searching hopelessly for firmer ground. I corrected my over-correction, goosed the throttle just a tad, and plowed a serpentine furrow towards what appeared to be drier earth. Early spring brings these slippery conditions to the mountains, but this was not necessarily early spring. This was just a few weeks ago, late May to be exact, and winter had yet to fully release its grip… read more »

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