A Jeep Worth Celebrating By Kalaber Creations With lots of imagination, common sense, and guts, Mark Tetreau of Arizona-based Kalaber Creations started building a 1971 Kalaber “J1” Jeep in 1995. The lack of tools, engineering education, resources, and money didn’t stop him from starting this distinctive project.
The Africa Conclusion: Egypt In overlanding circles the border town of Wadi Halfa is about as famous as they come. For decades it’s been the only land border crossing from Sudan into Egypt, and over decades it has gained a reputation for being one of the most
A Master-Crafted Work of Art: U1 Mark Tetreau built a custom Ural and sidecar from used, forgotten, and scrap parts he had lying around. Its name is U1. “U” is born from his love of Ural motorcycles and “1” means the first-ever Ural of its kind. Kalaber
From Boat Hauler to Off-Road Camping Cruiser It’s not every day you see a Mitsubishi Montero hit the trails dressed to the nines in overlanding accessories and gear. However, if you live in the Bay Area of Northern California you may have seen this Montero on its
A Suzuki Samurai Leads Amber Turner to a Passion for Off-Road and a Successful Career Breaking into a new hobby or profession, especially when it’s out of the ordinary, can be a challenge. Sometimes you don’t know your life is changing until something or someone “reality checks”
Proud Rhino Build 2020 Land Rover Defender While purists complain about the modern looks, creature comforts, and electronic nannies of the new 2020 Land Rover Defender, there is a shop in Buffalo, New York, working hard to unlock the off-road potential of this new machine. Lucky8 Off
A Family’s 1969 Ford Bronco Heirloom After father Dennis Wolf died in 2014, his family knew they’d keep his cherished 1969 Ford Bronco. Wolf bought this Bronco new in 1968 and cherished it so much he even kept a carbon copy of the original order slip. Therefore,