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Go-Alone’s Colombia Documentary—The Only Risk Is…

On this episode of “How I Met Your Mother,” Max and Nicky (who quietly joined Max somewhere in Central America; she is a keeper) travel the length of Colombia in their 1994 Toyota Landcruiser Prado (KZJ78). Colombia is widely considered by many overlanders to be the jewel of South America, competing fiercely with Argentina to…

KRUG Expedition Unveils 2024 Rhino XL for Europe

Crafted in Austria, the Rhino XL is the culmination of KRUG’s dedication to creating supremely capable and “affordable” expedition vehicles; KRUG claims that the Rhino XL is “the world’s most capable expedition vehicle.” That is a bold claim indeed. The Rhino XL’s primary limitation is the nearly half-million dollar price tag, which puts it out…

Rivian Unveils Trio of Electric Vehicles: R2, R3, and R3X

Rivian’s stock is gradually climbing as the automaker has unveiled not only the “designed for the adventurous” R2 but also surprised everyone with the R3 and the performance-oriented R3X. While both the R3 and R3X are stylish and appealing vehicles with a plethora of innovative features, it is the cubic and minty fresh R2 SUV…

Arc'teryx

The Inspiring Arc’teryx Continuum Film Goes Live

If you are in need of some winter inspiration, you have come to the right place. In the film Continuum, produced by Arc’teryx, a group of six professional athletes embark on an extraordinary winter journey. Traveling from Washington through Canada and up to Alaska, they showcase top-tier, jaw-dropping skiing and snowboarding in pristine, virgin winter…

Practical Overland Knives :: Buyers Guide

It’s 1982, and I have just walked out of the movie theater after watching Rambo First Blood. While the film itself had me pumped to get pumped and wear a headband, the longest lingering impression was of that knife. You know, the one for hunting. A few years later, Crocodile Dundee graced our screens, and…

Arctix Winter Gear :: Field Tested

Arctix is a ski and outerwear company that has been in operation for the past twenty years. I came across their affordable products when searching for sub-zero outerwear for our trip to the Arctic Circle, and we were not disappointed. Arctix has tailored its designs for all shapes and sizes and is a family favorite…

XGRiD Track Trailer Tvan Coming to the USA

XGRiD Campers, with branches in Las Vegas, Nevada, and Knoxville, Tennessee, has recently announced that they are importing the award-winning Australian Track Trailer Tvan series of offroad trailers to the USA. Since its introduction in 2000, the Tvan Camper Trailer has gained recognition for its unique design and superior off-road performance. It has earned several…

Ineos Fusilier

Ineos Introduces the Fusilier—One Vehicle, Two Powertrains, and a Hint at Hydrogen

Let’s take a moment to celebrate Ineos Automotive’s success. The 2024 model year Grenadier is already sold out in North America, and aftermarket accessory manufacturers are hard at work keeping up with the demand for body protection, roof racks, drawer systems, and other essential overlanding products designed to make the Grenadier even more capable. Buoyed…

NEMO Equipment Camping Gear :: Field Tested

They say new ideas come from past experiences, and that’s how NEMO was born. Founder Cam Brensinger’s trip to New Hampshire’s Mount Washington in 2002 left him with the idea to create better gear for adventurers. Cam founded NEMO, short for “New England Mountain Equipment,” three days after he graduated from the Rhode Island School…

travely

Travely Stuck on the Pamir Highway :: Video of the Week

It is often the most difficult challenge of an overland journey that leaves the longest-lasting impression that will be reminisced and, eventually, laughed about beside the campfire. Getting your vehicle bogged in the middle of nowhere, far from home, is a rite of passage for overlanders, an opportunity to face your fears, and a learning…

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