Trail Access and Land Use – Join the Conversation As the popularity of overlanding and vehicle dependent exploration has grown, so has the discussion around land use. More and more people are turning to the great outdoors to seek solace and balance from the hustle and bustle of the daily grind. With our population growing […]
For some, the recreation season ends when the days grow short and the thermometer falls below freezing. To some hardy souls, though, winter is just another season in a year-round devotion to the outdoors. For those in the latter group, cold temperatures bring a host of challenges that make outdoor recreation in the winter a […]
Ready for some overland rig inspiration? Meet Jeff and Monica Yaeger of Overland the World! We met up with them at the Overland Expo West, and we got to see their locked and loaded FZJ80 up close. This build is one of our favorites. The thought and consideration put into each detail is spot on! […]
We have enjoyed hitting the trail with the Rincon HIT Rooftop Tent from Hinterland Industries! And we’ve gotten to know Graham, owner and creator of HIT. We asked him to share his story from his early days tent camping with his father in Australia, to where overlanding and Hinterland takes him today. Read on for insight and […]
Rig/Rider Profile: 95 Toyota Landcruiser We have had the good fortune of running several trails with Overland Bound Member Dan Rich (#0582) and his 95 Toyota Landcruiser, and we asked him to share the work and modifications he’s done on his incredible rig. Needless to say, he was more than happy to share.
We are big fans and followers of Luke Gelmi (Overland Bound Member #3482) and his overlanding adventures throughout Africa on his Royal Enfield. We asked him what inspired him to take this trip, and how he planned for it, and his answer caught us by surprise. He didn’t ‘plan’ it. At least, not the way […]
This article is a starting point to learn more about threshold braking. We hope it helps keep you rubber side down on the trails! As many of you know, Michael and I had an ‘interesting’ experience in Moab recently that involved our rig hitting a patch of ice on a downward sloping trail at night. Spoiler […]
Overlanding in the winter requires lots of planning, prepping and a thorough inventory of your gear. There are so many options available to help prepare for the cold, but what overland gear for winter should you focus on? In preparation for our 5 day trip to Moab this past December, we asked Overland Bound Forum Members […]