The car sways, as if considering what to do, and then makes up its mind: “It’s falling!” Cyril shouts!
The Land Rover has always been on the short list of expedition vehicles of choice. It’s not only famous, it’s legendary!
Having fun with a few friends and a few sets of the new MaxTrax.
This scenic trail along the border of Mexico in the southern reaches of the Coronado National forest and surrounding mountains and grasslands is a photographers and nature lovers paradise.
Martinez Canyon and the Cabin Sites is probably the most scenic area in the White Canyon/Superstition Mountains that can be accessed by vehicles.
You get what you pay for. .
We tested 12-volt winches to their limits – and beyond (originally published by Overland Journal in the Gear Issue, 2009) By Chris Marzonie
As a continuation of our vehicle selection article, the community of Expedition Portal examines the critical requirements of vehicle modifications for long-distance exploration.
This is the true story about everything you should see and everything you shouldn’t do.
New 2011 Jeep® Compass is beautifully redesigned, reflecting the styling cues of the all-new Jeep Grand Cherokee.
It has been said that 70% of all Land Rovers ever built are still in use to this day and interestingly, it has been claimed that 30% of the tribes around the world first encountered white men driving Land Rovers.
As overland travelers we’re intrinsically linked to our vehicles. We load them with our lives and place our unwavering trust in them to move us about, like turtles roaming the land.
The Land Cruiser is considered to be the most robust platform for an overland vehicle. Land Cruiser came in various models and flavors over the years.
As we know, Overlanding is not really a new concept…we could almost say that it has been popular since someone created the first wheel.
It is exciting to see a completely new approach to changing a tire or axle on the trail or even on the side of the road.
Conceive and provide the ultimate expedition vehicle in terms of performance, comfort and reliability.
IMPORTANT NOTE: THIS IS A PROTOTYPE RACK, AND ONLY REFLECTIVE OF THE PRODUCTION UNIT IN GENERAL APPEARANCE AND FUNCTIONAL DESIGN, NOT FINAL DESIGN, STRUCTURE, ETC.
Mark Stephens discusses the second part of his Nissan build
Mr. Isaac Newton tested everything Poked and prodded, then said, “Solid things are as real as they seem” – Peter Mayer Mark is not afraid to use it! (Photo: expeditionswest.com) Part 1 – Getting it Trail Ready By Mark Stephens Images: Mark and Brooke Stephens The whole point for us getting this truck was…
We take a look at the Nissan Frontier before it’s turned into an overland home.