Buying your first mountain bike can be a daunting process. We walk you through the ins and outs.
After a full day of setup at Overland Expo 2014, it looks like this year’s event is going to be bigger and better than ever.
Fat is where it’s at.
If you’ve been tuning into the Expedition Portal bikepacking series, you’ll know we’ve covered everything from how to select a bike to which snacks to keep in your jersey pockets. One of the more critical components to a successful trip is bringing along a shelter appropriate for your travels. The options are endless, but knowing…
As one of the most popular bike racks around, we’re sure you’ve seen the Thule T2 before. Find out how it faired on the trail.
Using a proprietary material, Imprint Grips can be molded to any shape with a simple process using hot and cold water.
Far from the tennis racket snow shoes of old, the MSR Lightning Ascents are lightweight, aggressive, and meticulously designed tools for the snowbound outdoorsman.
For those of use who wander into the unknown on our own. An emergency messenger that can call for help, even when we can’t.
With a three-speed Raleigh bicycle, a camera, and a minimal amount of gear, Horace set off to cross one of the most barren and undeveloped landscapes in the world.
Moreover the bicycle is human for the people in the places you visit. When you stop to have a chat about directions, or sit at a roadside stall for a snack, people can relate to the stories you tell
The Double Diamond Vest might be their most unconventional offering and was the brain child of the founder, Nate Alder.
“Walking the Nile is not just the most memorable and demanding expedition I’ve ever undertaken. It’s an amazing opportunity for me to report on all the incredibly positive stories that come out of Africa.”
Need a functional bike rack but don’t want something that looks like railroad ties on your car? Check out the NV hitch rack by Kuat for style, function, and efficiency.
While the summers in Antarctica are far from warm, the temperatures rise enough for explorers and scientists alike to travel the continent. With the season upon us here’s a look at things to come.
A professor, writer, and expedition cyclist, Joe Cruz is a modern day Indiana Jones with some adventure stories to match.
It’s that time once again, time to vote for the images to be included in the 2014 Expedition Portal calendar. It seems with every passing year the images submitted by our members get better and better. The selection for this year is a stunning collection from around the globe. To see the images, and to…
Staying hydrated is one of the most important things you can do when bike packing. Its unfortunately one of the hardest things to do as well. Here’s some advice from a professional on keeping your body fueled and ready.
Baffin continues to innovate in the world of expedition clothing. This time with a pair of shoes that serves as multiple types of footwear in one.
Biking, rowing, and kayaking, Sarah Outen is traveling the world while smashing records under her own power.
With the recent closure of the National Parks, we look at other public lands available for your next adventure.