Finally, the African trailers begin to head our way
Ironically not available in…California.
Access is not always all or nothing. Will overlanders support restricted visitations to our wild places?
A new FWC dealer opens up in the Southwest.
Handy with fabrication, but uneasy at the thought of building a solid frame? AT’s new DIY Chassis might be exactly what you needed.
These impressive vans are soon to hit American roadways and trails.
After four decades, a new partnership with Livin’ Lite puts Ford back into the RV business.
Exciting news in the world of ExPo! We continue to grow and have now reached more than 100,000 members!
All the comfort of the ADAK Outpost in a compact, trail-manageable footprint.
The inaugural edition of the Overland Expo East was, as expected, a great success.
Pack your bags and head for Vermont, the always anticipated Northeast Overland Rally is finally back!
As one adventure comes to an end, another begins…
A first look at the second generation Schutt Industries XVENTURE trailer.
Bryon Dorr of Exploring Elements provides us with an excellent recap of this year’s event.
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.
If you have been following Expedition Portal’s front page in the last few months, you’ll be familiar with Coen and Karin-Marijke of Landcruising Adventure. On the road since 2003, they’ve driven their Toyota BJ45 Land Cruiser through Europe, Asia, and South America taking their time to fully experience the landscapes and cultures they visit. A decade may seem…
An All Terrain package, ever increasing camper options, and rumors of a diesel engine make the 2015 Canyon an exciting prospect indeed.
Conflicting studies, political policies, and questionable corrosiveness, surround a new but possibly beneficial fuel option.
Raincatchers recently finished an extensive project to build a transport vehicle which will greatly increase their ability to bring more Raincatcher systems to the people throughout the Seguin Plateau.
Another victim of advancing safety and efficiency regulations, the Kombi, 10 million units later, is no more with the last factory in Brazil ceasing operations on December 31st.