Over the past few years the overlanding scene has truly exploded, giving life to new events all across the country. Yet, despite the large number of enthusiasts in the central U.S., these expos and rallies seem to be concentrated solely along the East and West coasts, leaving those of us in the middle without many…
It was just a few years ago when bigger was better and the hulking 1200cc adventure motorcycle reigned supreme. Not to say the big bike’s day is done, but the wee machine is certainly making a comeback. In the time since Kawasaki dropped their KLX250 from the lineup 3 years ago, a number of diminutive…
There has been a lot of buzz as of late around new motorcycles and hot concepts. Most of the latter are interesting enough, but none of them are quite as tapped into the adventure vibe as Touratech’s project built around a water-cooled BMW R1200 engine and chassis. It’s a beautiful machine sure to resonate with many a dirt-crazed big…
Kawasaki delivers the maneuverable and affordable bike we’ve been looking for
When a popular trend becomes mainstream, the end cannot be far off.
Riders have been asking for smaller bikes for years. Now they’re coming.
KTM sets their sights on the Africa Twin with a new lighter, slightly smaller off-road ripper.
We liked the current little Strom. I’m sure we’ll like this one just as much.
Honda to release a 750cc adventure scooter. And no, it is not April 1st.
Bavaria’s premium motorcycle maker gets into the bag business.
Honda’s newest adventure motorcycle sets out to conquer terrain…and the competition.
From funky campers to the biggest and baddest overland vehicles, there was something for everyone at this years show
It is another year of skills training, new products and a gathering of old friends.
Overland Journal hits Flipboard for Travelers’ top 25.
A BMW concept that is gaining some traction
A dual-sport lid with the comfort and convenience of a modular touring helmet.
Justin and Kyra of Westx1000 visit the high Rockies to report on a popular KTM rendezvous.
The wait––is almost over.
One step closer to a little ripper we’d all love to have.
With Touratech’s new line of accessories for the KLR, one of the most popular adventure bikes ever made gets that much better.