We met online when I was in college, about 12 years ago. At the time I was looking for a partner to join me on winter snowboard trips.
We thought it would be easy.
Looking at the map we figured a quick two or three hour ride and we would be in Arequipa.
Overall, I was impressed with the feel of the vehicle, although I did find I was a little disappointed in the ground clearance; In addition, the suspension travel wasn’t anything to write home about.
Cerocahui to El Fuerte on the Old Road
Introducing Stories from the Vault
Here’s something for all of you G-Wagen fans, a short promotional film for the Mercedes-Benz G-Class.
Here are some tricks I have learned over the years to make traveling a little bit more enjoyable.
Here in the US, the Patrol always seemed (to me anyway) like the lost icon of Japanese four-wheel drive.
My affection for the 70 Series Land Cruiser has been well documented on ExPo, a vehicle I consider to be one of the best overland platforms ever constructed.
6000 miles, five weeks, 10 states, and one province
Given the number of hours we spent on the road on some days, the Kakadu ended up being a godsend.
I’m really impressed with the thought and detail Greg put into his truck. It’s a capable off-roader that I’ve enjoyed seeing in action.
Does experience matter?
You might not agree with our conclusions, but they are based on over 200 years of combined experience…
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…
What is the best overland vehicle in the world?
We typically don’t mix with politics – but this is too important.
Please visit this site before it’s too late.
Reseating a bead can be more than difficult if you don’t know what you’re doing. Gain some valuable information here before you have to perform in the field.
via West County Explorers Club: What happens when a 4×4 makes love to a Rabbit? You get the VW Golf Country 4×4. According to an older Bring a Trailer article, only 4000 of these were ever…
In mid-December I wrote about Vincent Urban and Clemens Krüger’s on-going Vimeo series, In Asia, the first three parts of which had already been posted. The series documents the sites seen by the two filmmakers and a friend as they traveled on a two-month journey in a Land Rover Defender through Southeast Asia in the Fall of 2010. I’m happy to report that Part 4 has just been released. It covers mostly Cambodia.
Clink the vimeo link in the video for Vincent’s notes and descriptions. Enjoy.
To find the others in the series, see the links below:
Land Cruisers are classic and authentic, and have always placed an emphasis on durability and capability over luxury and domestic ‘functionality’.
Driving a Suzuki Jimny on an Old Smuggler’s Route Through the Pyrenees.
Another exceptional entry from our on-going video contest. In the Middle of the Egyptian revolution Dominic takes his tandem to Tahrir Square and invites Egyptians to join him on a 2600 mile adventure around the entire country.