Discussion in 'Overlanding / Off-Road' started by C99c, Nov 26, 2018.
A podcast with annoying hosts, but a good interview with the guy who used to run Toyota's TRD department.
They have a few more interviews worth listening to as long as you can stand to hear them talk.
One of the better videos on Youtube, right behind @shaneadams90 and @Patrick Rollins offerings.
Very cool!...it is possible to find some decent content on YT but you have to dig for it...
@shaneadams90 agreed. If you get a chance to watch it through keep an eye out for the moment the limb risers came in very handy.
Fieldcraft Survival has Scott Brady from Overland Journal and Expedition Portal on their latest Podcast.
It was worth listening to, although the host talks too much and wasted a lot of time repeating things that Brady has already stated. Brady seems like an interesting guy (I've read interviews with him before, but this is the first podcast) and has a lot of unique travel experience.
Sorry for no link, but I couldn't find a good one to their podcasts. It's on Podcast Addict, Stitcher, Soundcloud, etc.
Quote from the Youtube channel:
This "video" documents a journey made across Africa and the Sahara Desert in 1959/60. It uses color slides shot during the journey and shows how images from the past can be given a new lease of life. This is not a journey I would care to make today.
From Osh to Bishkek
Man, participating in the Camel Trophy is such a huge dream for me. Sadly this awesome challenge is in the past
If you've never heard of EV West, definitely check them out. They do a lot of cool stuff.
Overland Journal now has a podcast.
I've only listened to two of the four but was pleasantly surprised by the "Top 10 Used Vehicles for Overland Travel" episode.
Usually podcasts/magazines/websites/whatever just regurgitate the same list of of popular 4WDs. It was nice to hear some different choices and reasons why from guys who have owned and extensively used a lot of platforms for actual international travel.
I also liked the fact that they kept stressing that it's better to have a fairly stock vehicle and money to travel versus spend too much on the truck and all the toys. I've known way too many people (going back decades) with the latest/greatest/bestest that only sits in their driveway or work parking lot because they can't afford to take it out and enjoy it more than a couple of times a year.