Spring 2019

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Where the Road Ends: Riding through the Darién Gap, Wayne Mitchell
Above the Fray: Soft-shell Roof Tents, Scott Brady
Feeling the Road: Traveling through Oklahoma in a Toyota FJ40, Susan Dragoo
The Long Way Home: Crossing the Rocky Mountains in a Willys MB, Brad Lovell
Living Legends: Lois Pryce, Interview by Tena Overacker
Land Roving in 1997: North Africa, Amadeus Matzker


The Feed, Editor's Column, Field Tested, Overland News, Latitude, Life on the Road: Field Tool Kits, Overland Conservation: Team 5 Medical Missions, Overland Medicine: Circulation Emergencies, Overland Chef: Pineapple Banana Crumble, Tail Lamp: Gone with the Wind

On the Cover

El Tapón del Darién, known as “The Stopper,” stretches across 100 miles of undeveloped jungle between Panama and Colombia, and represents the only break in the Pan-American Highway. Since its first crossing by motorcycle in 1975, only a handful of adventure motorcycle riders have attempted to cross what many people call “the most dangerous jungle in the world.” Photo by Alex Manne