Chances are, many of you are motorcycle enthusiasts with your bikes tucked away in a cozy garage as winter thwarts your riding desires. Pull up a chair and watch someone else ride for three minutes. It might make you feel better.
It’s Christmas, and chances are if you’re here, you have some time to on your hands. Why not spend some of it with the boys at the BBC and Top Gear UK. This is one of the best “overlandy” segments they have ever done.
I admit, the resolution of this video is pretty terrible. However, it’s worth a watch.
These videos of exotic locations and an uncomplicated means of travel are inspirational, to say the least.
Credit where credit is due, this clip was brought to our attention by James Langan. This video is simply awesome. I feel like I compressed three vertebrae by watching it.
It seems Russians and rivers are an endless source of entertaining videos. Like many great scenes, this one probably started with the phrase, “Hey, I have an idea…”
This is an insane video. You just have to watch it to believe it. No intro is worthy of this three minute video. Watch it, and hang on.
Ben Saunders is now a month into his epic journey to the South Pole and back. He still has 1500 miles to go, which is an incredible distance to comprehend. You can follow his daily progress at http://scottexpedition.com/blog/scorchio
This is a cool sneak peek into the Royal Enfield factory with a nice travel video through India.
Let’s get this out of the way. I am not a very bold, daring, or brave individual. The brand of courage on display in this video is for lack of a better word, astonishing.
Somewhere in the last couple years, video production made a quantum leap. Into The Mind is a ski video, but so much more. It’s a visual journey like none other. Even the brief trailer is amazing.
One of the most enjoyable ways to experience a culture is through food. This video simply makes me crave the flavors of India.
Sibirsky Extreme Project Intro Preview from Cox and Jones on Vimeo.
Okay, the music isn’t fantastic, but you have to give this guy points for creativity. Along with his basic mode of transportation, he’s using a $50 tent and pretty uncomplicated clothing. Proof you don’t need much to have a big adventure.
I like to start off the week with a little video adrenaline. I’ve watched this video many Mondays. Even if you’re not into rally racing, it’s worth a peek.
If you’re fans of Austin Vince, as much as we are, you have to watch this video. Kind of makes you want to hit the road…now.