Preparation

Don’t Be That Guy

Get Ready for Springtime Off-Road Adventure  We all want to get outside more than ever. Winter is coming to a close. Spring is right around the corner. But when the opportunity finally comes, will you be ready? Don’t procrastinate. There’s no better time than now to go over your checklists, repair old gear, and update…

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Overlanding

$1500 Overlanding Budget

Ready to leave the camp grounds behind and head into true wilderness? You can do it comfortably on a $1500 Budget!  First and foremost, evaluate your needs and outdoor interests. Are you heading out solo? Will your family/friends be tagging along? Is your rig stock or off-road ready? Lastly, where do you want to go…

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New 2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
Off Road News

392ci Hemi V-8 is Finally Coming to the ’21 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

Jeep’s Wrangler has long been a favorite of off-roading enthusiasts, but the nameplate hasn’t always provided the level of power those aficionados were looking for. Horsepower ratings have never been high, as the Wrangler’s forte has been delivering relatively high torque at low RPMs. Now, that’s all changing, as the 2021 Wrangler Rubicon will be…

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Off Road Events

The Mint 400 Las Vegas:

How to Spectate the Great American Desert Race The Mint 400, or as they like to call it, “The Great American Desert Race,” is one of the most popular desert races for American spectators to go out and watch.  It’s easy to see why: no international borders to cross, grandstands and safe viewing areas all…

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12v Refrigerators vs Coolers

The Coolest Showdown: Overland Fridges Vs. Coolers

If you’re planning on spending even a couple of days out on the trails, you’ve probably wondered about the food storage options that are available.  You’ve seen the ARB Fridges, but they’re pretty pricey. You’ve almost definitely used a regular old cooler, but how long do they really keep food cold, anyway? Today, we’re answering…

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Offroad Tips

The Pressure’s On: Choosing the Right Onboard Air for You

For any trail worth exploring, you’re going to want to air down your tires when you get to the dirt.  Most of us are driving to the trailheads though, so when the adventuring is over for the weekend, you’re going to need to air back up.  Thanks to years of experience in offroading and overlanding…

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