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Overland Bound #0000, Death Valley – Loaded and Ready

Overlanding is a movement. It’s a lifestyle. It isn’t elitist, and it doesn’t matter what you drive. It’s for everyone who feels the call of the wild, and anyone willing to go find it.

It is our desire to provide the community, resources, and inspiration to help you outfit, explore, and find your way into the great outdoors. We are all explorers and wanderers. To discover a sense of adventure is the key to living, not just being alive.

Our forums are a great place to meet our community. 10 minutes in our forums will show how open our community is, regardless of your level of experience.

We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring, will be to arrive where we started, and know the place for the first time -T.S. Elliot

Adventure is right outside the door. Go get it. We are all Overland Bound, and we will help you.

Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out going to the mountains is going home; that wilderness is a necessity…” – John Muir

Overland Bound in not just our name, its what we all do. Join us!





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  1. Hey Michael,

    Hope all is well. I found you on Instagram about a month or so go back, and have been a huge fan since. I work for an Advertising Agency here in Burbank CA who works with the gaming , movie, and consumer product industry. I think i read somewhere you work for EA, we’ve worked with you guys in the past. Anyways back to Overlanding…..So I recently bought 1995 Range Rover Classic LWB. My goals are similar to yours, design and build an Expedition style vehicle. I have a big task ahead of me, but i feel the planning, designing, and building is half the fun. I’ve taken her out a few times, some “gremlins” keep creeping up, but i’m hoping to sort those out too. Anyways, just wanted to reach out and say Hi. You have a great site here, and hope to see you out on the trails someday. Peace.


  2. Hey Anthony!

    Let me know if you get this. I am wondering if people are getting notified of replys! I’m really glad you like the site. I am going to continue adding to it with every adventure. It’s rewarding to see when it reaches people with similar interests! I used to work for EA, now I work for another company in SF, KIXEYE. That Range Rover is going to be a great Overland Rig, and I agree, as with Overlanding, the journey is the goal. I’m thinking of putting a Rally together, maybe in Sequoia National Park next year. It would be great to run into you, and see your progress as you go! Let me know if you start a build threat somewhere! Take care and thanks for checking in!


  3. John Muir was right, we need the wilderness to retreat to every now and then to recharge our spirit to commune with God. I am blessed by living in the Mountains and able to enjoy the wilderness everyday. Thank you for the site as a rallying point for all those who go out to explore and enjoy the Adventure of Life.

  4. so far so good.. just waiting for my membership gear to arrive. I have a funny feeling that those pesky Customs people have it and are about to ask for money before they release it. I have 3 trips planned so far this year so looking forward to getting away. Cheers OB.

  5. Hi Michael
    I would like to know if there is a branch of the Overland bound club in the New York tristate area and if I can get some info on them, thanks


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