Earth RoamerIf you like getting outdoors and off the grid but prefer to lay your head on a soft mattress and a shower over a bath in a creek, then you might want to check out Earth Roamer, maker of luxury expedition vehicles.

This is the XV-LTS, which can carry 90 gallons of water, 90 gallons of diesel, has a 900-mile range, generates 1200 watts of solar power and has a 12000 watt hour battery bank.

Oh ya, and pricing for this beast starts at $438,800. Better start saving!

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Cab overWhen it comes to overland camping, space and weight are at a premium.  

Ultra FourWhether you’re going uphill or downhill, gravity is your worst enemy.  

truck JumpWhat would an off-road truck event be without an insane mega truck jump?  

Kymera coloradoWe originally spotted the Kymera Chevy Colorado diesel conversion at the 2016 SEMA Show.  

ToyotaTundra3_sponsored_671x411Some tough trucks are really smart buys as well. Here’s why.

Dakar truckNothing to see here folks.  Just a massive Dakar Rally Truck launching into the air off a snowdrift.  This incredible Kamaz truck weighs over 23,000 pounds, has 11.8-inches of suspension travel and can reach speeds up to 86 MPH.  O, and it puts out 1,000 horsepower.

4-Wheel-Parts-logo-6-16-15Compton, California – 4 Wheel Parts, the global leader in off-road performance product sales and installation, presented a check in the amount of $30,872 to the Off-Road Business Association (ORBA) as part of its “Round Up” charitable fundraising initiative. The “Round Up” initiative served to raise funds to support the foundation’s goals of promoting, preserving and expanding meaningful off-road recreation on public and private land. Led by 4 Wheel Parts Regional Manager, Jeremy Komorn, the full roster of 80 stores across North America supported the successful campaign by providing customers the option of rounding up to the next dollar at checkout with the proceeds to be directly contributed to ORBA.

SCORE-Logo-12-5-11ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico — Continuing to add to his legacy nearly every time he hits the desert, legendary Hall of Fame off-road racer Rob MacCachren of Las Vegas continues to lead the 2017 SCORE Overall and SCORE Trophy Truck point standings in the No. 11 Rockstar MacCachren Motorsports Ford F-150 at the midway point of the 2017 SCORE World Desert Championship.

With nearly 250 career desert and stadium off-road race wins, including eight SCORE season class point championships and one of just nine winners of the SCORE Baja Triple Crown, MacCachren, 52,  tops the standings with 184 points after his impressive season-opening overall victory in the 31st SCORE San Felipe 250 and his rallying third-place podium finish in the recent SCORE Baja 500. Both races were held in Baja California, Mexico.

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Back in 1964, a small group of four-wheelers came up with the idea of creating a fundraising event for the newly formed California Association of 4WD Clubs. It would need to be a first-rate venue similar to the then-famous Jeepers Jamboree on the Rubicon. The chosen route was a long-abandoned wagon road from Cisco Grove, California (near Truckee), to the shores of Meadow Lake and the 1860’s mining camp of Summit City. The event was called Sierra Trek, and it would become one of the West’s premier destinations for family fun, great food, and some of the best trails in the country.