Released in 2011, you could still call the Cooper Discoverer A/T3 a new tire. We’ve had the opportunity to test it over the last year on a variety of platforms and it has handily exceeded our expectations.
Affordable, capable, and as reliable as hammer, the KLR’s are excellent platforms. They do however, benefit from a few key modifications like AltRider’s new KLR Skid Plate.
If you’re looking for a seat that’s comfortable, stylish, and good on the trail, you’ll need to check out this seat.
Despite what we learned as kids, paper doesn’t beat rock, neither does your undercarriage. Check out ARB’s new skid plates before you hit the trail unprotected.
With the new KTM 1190 R on its way into consumers hands, Touratech is ready with accessories to improve almost every aspect of your new bike.
Don’t miss all the awesome products and vehicles being released at this year’s show!
Avoid the chaos of attending the event and check out some the great stuff we’ve seen so far at SEMA!
Once again AEV changes the game of aftermarket accessories. This time they do it with Dodge Ram trucks.
Many of us, myself included, don’t give the battery much thought until the dreaded moment that you hear the slow churn of a starter without enough power. It’s time to stack the deck against dead batteries.
From a simple yet stout basic rear blade to a multifaceted and highly-optioned winch bumper system, many versions are available
A knobby tire that lasts 5,000 miles on a big bike? Could someone have finally done it?
An already trusted source for motorcycle parts, Touratech has recently elevated their own standard with the development of a new series of Expedition Skid Plates
ARB finds a way to make the LR3’s and LR4’s even more capable
Chazz Layne shows us some of the coolest products from this years Overland Expo
Built to provide the floatation of the common orange blocks Hi-lift users are familiar with, the Safe-Jack takes it one step further adding the safety of stability.
It’s time to explore.
via West County Explorers Club: If you’ve ever wondered about saving some money and painting your truck yourself, it can be done. The folks from Rugged Guide did it with a roller and spray cans and show you how.
See part 2 after the jump.
The overland market is growing at a rapid pace, which is providing for innovation and a wide range of new products. As a result, the team at Expedition Portal has started an industry award, Gear of the Year for multiple categories (each featured in a different article) and based upon their price point, with a…
A Review by Kelsey McLaren
Three Jeeps, six people, and great espresso all in the most remote point in the lower 48 states – it’s possible.
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