Overlanding on small light bikes is growing in popularity. Kawasaki may not have meant to create the next great mini adventure bike; however, the Versys-X 300 certainly fits the bill. I may have skeptically swung a leg over the...
As my airliner cleared the cloud cover over the front range of the Rockies, I wondered what I would find to say to a readership immersed in off-roading about two Honda SUVs. I was traveling to Los Angeles for...
Morakniv can be traced back to 1891 when Frost-Erik Erson (later to be known as Erik Frost) returned to his home village of Östnor, Mora, after four years in North America. When he opened his very own timbersled factory, little could he know that over 125 years later his company would be considered...
Photo: sportskeeda.comSeriously, some people will turn anything into a sport. From cardboard armoured sword smiths to flaming footballs these are the most insane sports in the world. 1) The Cardboard Tube Fighting League Cardboard tube fighting puts all those years of fighting...
Elise and I have been busy practicing for the Rebelle. I flew to Bozeman, Montana to meet up with her for navigational training and sand dune practice in Idaho’s St. Anthony sand dunes. A tick over three hours’ drive...
 We all want to travel as much as possible before the oil runs out. But we also want to pay as little for travel as we can, so the airlines have to think of evermore ingenious ways to cram as many of us as space will allow onto each flight. Hats off then to Airbus who have recently patented the stacking...
Photo: imgarcade.com.Game. Of. Thrones. What can you say about it, that hasn’t already been said? In recent years, it’s pretty much taken over all aspects of our lives.  Last year, the Office for National Statistics revealed that we’re even...
Seclusion has a way of cleansing the soul – I’m sure a wiseman once preached this.  When he said it, he was talking about the mountains of Virginia. Tucked between the Interstate 81 corridor and the West Virginia border,...
Soju — South Korea’s national drink South Korea’s national drink is an alcohol traditionally distilled from rice called Soju — pronounced (somewhat hilariously) as “sod-you”. It’s a fairly tasteless, clear alcohol not dissimilar to vodka, but only 20-24% ABV and without the harsh after taste of drinking neat spirits — which is dangerous. Though it...
Our 4×4 vehicles take us to places in the backcountry where others cannot go. Where the road ends, the real wilderness starts. We’ve all driven by trailheads and wondered where they might lead, and wondered what exciting destinations are...

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