Five options for your summer adventures

The door handles are water bottles and the arm rest is a sleeping bag

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

The next big trend in trucks can still be had for cheap

More and more bike companies are selling road bikes built to be ridden on dirt roads. Are they marketing hype or the future of cycling?

Chevy debuted its new Colorado ZR2 on Tuesday night at the L.A. Auto Show and the truck (available April 2017) is clearly designed to dethrone the Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro as America’s mid-size, off-road vehicle of choice.

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.

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

Old-school toughness takes on modern performance in the Australian Outback

The answer is complicated. Here’s everything you need to know.

Baja: The ultimate weekend escape. And it’s way easier than you think to get here.

Plus, it’ll be more capable off-road than vehicles that cost 10 times as much