Mercedes-Benz has taken the intriguing step of offering a factory-built pop-top camper to the American masses.
The brand-new Winnebago Revel 44E is the first mass-produced, four-wheel-drive camper to be sold in the U.S. since the last VW Syncro Vanagon Westfalia was built, in 1992.
In addition to the drool-worthy rigs we saw at Overland Expo East earlier this month, there was a bevy of new gear to make living the four-wheel life even more luxurious.
Here are eight of our favorite overland camping machines that managed to navigate the calf-deep muck at Asheville's Reeb Ranch.
Back in the eighties, vintage Land Cruisers were fetish objects to Tim McGrath and his buddies at Albuquerque’s Eldorado High School. During his junior year, McGrath was ecstatic to find a dark green...
Jay Nelson contracted the road-trip bug in the 1980s when his parents took him and his sisters on a romp across Europe in a VW Vanagon. Afterward they shipped the van back to California so they could...
In 2009, Mike Sandone and his soon-to-be wife, Sofie, took an epic road trip across the mountains, beaches, and salt flats of Sonora, Mexico, in an old Jeep Wrangler. They wanted to be highly mobile...
James Crowe didn’t start out a motorcycle guy. After a childhood filled with romping around the British Columbia backcountry on skis and mountain bikes, he became fascinated with combustion-powered...
On November 2, 2014, then 28-year-old Stephan Shay ran the toughest race of his life. Not only was the New York City Marathon freezing cold and rainy, but eight years earlier, Shay’s older brother...
For a certain breed of adventurous souls, the key to happiness is a road machine that forever stokes their desire to chase fun. Looking at these seven dream rigs, it's hard not to want to play along.
This winter, with Godzilla El Niño in effect, is shaping up to be a far more wild and critical one for Pacific surfers than the last monster storm season, in 1997-1998.
Volkswagen’s New Budd-e Microbus features some innovative tech, but is nothing like the old campers we’ve come to love.
There are certain challenges any surfers worth their salt water have to take on. Some are blissfully isolated, others are crowded but iconic, and several lie somewhere in between.
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