Bill Dragoo recounts his first overland adventure. In the fall of 1980, Bill bullheadedly dragged his young family up Pearl Pass, the wrong direction, in a Jeep CJ-7 in a blizzard.
Alison DeLapp tells the story of her first adventure-moto-based overland adventure. Full of false starts and heartbreaks, Alison uses her time on the road to learn to let go.
Eva Rupert takes the Ultimate Overland Motorcycle, a Yamaha Ténéré 700, from Arizona to Oregon and discovers the formula for a perfect adventure ride along the way.
The Backcountry Discovery Route organization has done an amazing job mapping routes across ten different states to get you out beyond the velvet rope, allowing you to become an active participant in the painting that is America.
A group of Overland Expo ambassadors and exhibitors wind their way to Overland Expo Mountain West 2022 through Colorado’s Alpine Loop.
Driving the unparalleled beauty of the White Rim Road, one of the most iconic trails in the West.
Trays are so ubiquitous that when an Australian buys a pickup truck from the dealer, the first question is, “What brand of tray are you going to put on it?”
We sat down with Bronco Brand Manager Matt Winter and asked him some questions about the Bronco’s R&D program, which Ford dubbed “Born Wild” and claimed was its most strenuous R&D program to date.
I first traversed the infamous McGrew Trail in southwest Oregon in the summer of 2021. And, as the legend suggests, McGrew proved to be a wicked test of endurance for my friends and me.
Bronco’s Raptor, likely the most extreme version of the Ford’s new 4×4 SUV line, is ostensibly. not build for overlanding. But that didn’t prevent us from trying.
After some recommendations and referrals from colleagues, friends, and fellow overlanders, I decided to take the truck on a portion of the Oregon Back Country Discovery Route 5, Section 2.
I’ll admit that I went into my Lightning loan expecting it to fall flat. Instead, Ford’s latest pure-electric pickup proved to me that EVs are indeed ready to take on overland adventures — albeit carefully orchestrated ones.
Nick Jaynes tells the tale of his first overlanding trip from the back of his 1998 Ford F-150, as he traveled through the Mountain West in the autumn of 2006.
The year was 1983, and Graham Jackson’s family lived in Pretoria, South Africa. Graham’s dad decided the family should go back to the Okavango in Botswana for summer vacation. This was right at the infancy of overlanding as we know it today.
Six journalists, guests of Overland Expo for the first-ever Overland Trail Tour, sheepishly milled around the
Camp was quiet, as the sun crept over the horizon the second morning of the Overland Trail Tour (OTT).
What is overlanding and how do you start? It’s a question Overland Expo gets often. As the old adage goes, it’s better to show than tell.