A few months ago, the Expedition Portal team started announcing a series of events named Overland Rallies and Workshop.
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.
This is the second in a series of articles identifying the best vehicles for adventure travel. This time we focus on choices for a camping vehicle.
As seen in the Winter 2008 issue of Overland Journal in the ‘SEMA Showcase’ section on page 21, we have installed the Truck-Lite LED headlights.
An upgrad in the suspension and switched over to 255/85 R16 BFG Mud Terrains, as well as several other overland-specific mods.
Try something different for your drinking bottle, try aluminum!
Haul your gear better, whether you use it for trail riding or on the road.
A company profile and interview with owner and designer Daryl Roberts.
After sleeping in a tent for 45 nights straight, one gets accustomed to noticing the differences between brands
AT Overland Equipment outfits a fair number of on-board air systems to vehicles, we also sell portable compressors to take care of tire and air bag inflation, so it was wonderful to spend a day with George Carousos from Extreme Outback and tap into his encyclopedic knowledge of air systems. George has a unique perspective on the…
Mario Donovan, one of the experts at Adventure Trailers, teaches us how to build an effective overland vehicle.
If you are looking for the latest ideas for your next Overland vehicle, there is one show you can’t miss. The Abenteuer & Allrad in Bad Kissingen show in Germany is the largest gathering of expedition vehicles in the world. Expedition Portal was lucky to have one of his members on site. Here are some…
It all started in 2005 in Cape Town and ended in 2009 in London, covering some 40,000km, 23 countries and 9 months.
This trail was full of surprises. Including several off-camber traverses, rocky wash bottoms.
Part Two of our 4wd adventure of the tallest points in the West.