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This is what happens when Woolrich designs a camper

Whether you spend most of your drive time navigating urban streets or powering through rugged dirt, 2017's standout rides are all-access passes to wild adventure

For decades, hydrogen has been considered the next big fuel source for vehicles. It’s taking time to gain traction, but hydrogen might very well be the future.

A teardrop you can actually afford

These are the cheapest trucks you can buy

Presenting 11 tested (and totally excessive) parts for the dream ride

This bike proves that the future is now

Professional vehicle dwellers share their tips for making the most out of life on the road

For sale: the world's nicest Toyota Land Cruiser

Mercedes now makes Bond-like luxury yachts

Chevy just designed the perfect surfmobile

The new All-Weather Fridge/Freezer from ARB has all the great features of the company's other fridges but can be used in the open bed of a pickup without needing a camper shell.

This little light pumps out 1000 lumens and was designed to work with GoPro mounts, meaning you can stick it on the side of your truck to change a tire at night, or mount it to your helmet for a 24-hour mountain bike race.

The truck tent weighs around 25 pounds and packs down the size of a normal car-camping tent, but keeps you off the ground and protected from the elements.

We've been fans of the T2 Pro since it was released, but the new version is even better. Watch to find out why.

Solar is a great way to power a generator for your overlanding setup, and this simple slider makes it that much easier.

This Winnebago is so fast you can drag race it

If you mashed a Jeep and truck together, this is what you'd get

An old-school Land Cruiser that's perfect for hauling mountain bikes

Nissan plans to build a truck specifically for search and rescue teams

Who needs a van when you have a sidecar adventure rig?

The Army's next troop carrier might be fueled by hydrogen

This is the right way to rebuild a Defender

This electric motorcycle is the perfect urban commuter

This Winnebago is how we want to do #VanLife

A fully-featured adventure trailer you can tow with your Subie

For sale: tricked out Land Rovers from the most recent 007 film.

For those looking for a taste of the action, VanYou is expanding access to #VanLife. They've got a fleet of adventure ready van available for rent in Spain.

Meet the off-road vehicle that assembles like an Ikea project

The Yakima SkyRise introduces a few important upgrades to the growing rooftop-tent industry

A short-term off-road project that quickly went the way of the dodo

The second edition has more amenities than the original, but is still light enough to tow behind a Subaru

All you have to do is visit a National Park and get very, very lucky

It’s not a question of if but rather how badly you want this Land Rover

Serious upgrades make this the most capable wildland vehicle we’ve ever seen

An Aussie-built towable to get you farther into the backcountry

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 1974 FJ40 decaying in a barn. He scoured out the mud, mice nests, and chicken shit, then spent weekends testing the truck on camping excursions in the local mountains.

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, so most nights they slept in the cramped car. Sandone kept a checklist of…

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 keep rolling across the American West. “Those are some of my best childhood memories,” says Nelson.

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 Ryan died from a heart attack on the same course during an Olympic Trials race, also at the age of 28. Shay finished fourth among Americans and sixteenth overall.

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 vehicles and landed an apprenticeship at Steve’s Auto Restorations, a legendary shop in Portland, Oregon, in 2006.

A totally customizable build for your truck

No luck finding a Westy? Try this conversion kit instead.

The go-anywhere, do-anything teardrop trailer

Nemo, the New Hampshire-based camping brand, builds a lustworthy 4x4

What a year of #vanlife looks like, and why you should do it.

British style meets American engineering

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.

Professional mountain biker Andrew Taylor (sponsored by brands including Adidas, Norco, Gravity, Bell, Kenda, and Smith) knew he wanted to hit the open road. Originally he thought he’d buy a classic VW bus, but then he found this 1994 Ford E350 short bus for $2,000 on Craigslist.

It's beautiful, compact, and, best of all, can be towed by an Outback

Pro mountain bikers Macky Franklin and Syd Schulz are proving that living on the road full time doesn’t have to cost a fortune

Why this Flying Cloud 23FB will be the ultimate office and mobile adventure testing unit

Veteran driver Kurt Spitzner shares his treacherous-driving secrets

Essentials to outfit the ultimate adventuremobile

Even since VW stopped making its European Winnebago in 2003, options for small, capable campers have dwindled in the United States. Meanwhile, Japan is producing dozens of the vehicles. What gives?

Warning: This gallery will make you want to upgrade your Subie

Ashley and Richard Giordano quit their jobs, sold their belongings, rented their condo, and hit the road in a Toyota pickup

This converted CJ-8 is way more badass than the original

Do you need these items to make a road trip happen? Nah. But you'll be glad you brought them.

With rock rails, built-in LEDs, and 18-inch mud tires. Oh my.

If you’re going to buy a VW bus, it should be this one

We tested the 2016 Toyota Tacoma around Santa Fe, New Mexico, pushing its off-road capabilities to the limit.