Somewhere between the Appalachian and the Rocky Mountains lies the Midwest: an area of serene beauty, unpredictable weather, and hiking destinations that rival any in the continental U.S. In the upper Midwest, you’ll find thick forests full of wildlife and, in the warm season, complete with a lush green landscape.
If you’re an avid off-roader, you know it is not easy finding quality trails to take your four wheel drive on the weekends. Across the United States, we have a plethora of terrain to choose from making it a haven for off road connoisseurs alike. The West Coast of the
There are many ways to get around when you leave the pavement behind, but the MTT-136 has to be one of the most unique and maybe even the most versatile. The electric sled is like none other, providing a level of simplicity that makes the machine a work of genius.
Grizzly Bear attacks are extremely rare and it’s highly unlikely you will ever be charged by one much less catch it on camera. But, that’s exactly what happened to two mountain bikers riding on a trail at the Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada. The Grizzly in the below video
You’re in your boat, fishing with your buddies when you see something unusual coming your way. “This can’t be true,” you think. Could this be an illusion? Is it all in your head? The possibility of what you see before you seems impossible. It’s not in your head, which is
You probably already know that “Australian Rules” means no rules but it can also mean ignoring conventional wisdom. For most off-roaders, a deep river with an obvious current means searching the river bank for an easier place to ford where you might not drown in the attempt. However, using the
The eastern part of the United States is quickly becoming a hub for off-roading enthusiasts, with more new fantastic locations popping up along the coast each year. Here is our list of the five best off-roading trails you should explore the next time you plan an adventure on the east
From dune bashing, mudding, rock crawling, to cross-country, off-roading has spread like rapid fire in America. Thanks to Russian influence and a surplus of utility vehicles left over from World War II, Americans soon found how awesome it was to take their vehicles off the beaten path and into the