At some moment in your life you were introduced to the world of offroad and if you were like me, you fell in love with it. The challenges, the obstacles and tackling a course that looks impossible to the untrained eye. Something so peaceful when exploring areas not many could get to or want to.
Here at Gear Crushers off-roading is just one of the many passions we have and we want to provide an area that everyone from anywhere in the world can contribute. The easiest is to create a club a
Are you one of guys or girls that want to travel the world on a motorcycle or hit the trails on your dirt bike. We feel ya and that's why we have some clubs and blogs focused just on Bikes.
Check out the Blogs that focus on Motorcycles by clicking here
People have created some bike clubs that you may want to join or create your own club. All of the clubs focused on bikes can be found here
The Dodge Ram 250 was the medium duty, or three-quarter ton variant of the First Generation Dodge Ram. Introduced for the 1981 model year, the Ram 250 was offered in Standard Cab, Extended Cab (Club Cab), and Crew Cab bodies, and featured rear wheel drive and all wheel drive versions. Trucks fitted with rear wheel drive were designated with the letter 'D' or the nameplate 'Ram,' while all wheel drive versions were designated with the letter 'W' or the nameplate 'Power Ram.' A range of gasoline a
Today picked up a side project, 1991 Dodge Ram W250 with 1st Gen Cummins and a 5spd Manual Trans
The truck hasn't ran in over 4 years so I don't dare try and start this old girl before I....
OIL ($102) - ORDERED on 10/29 - amazon
Drain Oil and Remove Oil Filter
Replace Oil Filter (fleetguard oil filter
Remove and Clean Oil Pan (will need new oil pan gasket)
Add 3gallons (12 qts) new Shell Rotella T6 oil 15w40
Remove fuel pump to ge
Yamaha Motor Company was formed in 1955 as an associate company of Yamaha Corporation, which still holds the majority voting stake in the company. Much of the development of their motorcycles is derived from motorsports, which shows with exceptional supersport models such as the YZF-R1.
Triumph Motorcycles is the largest UK-owned motorcycle manufacturer in the world, after purchasing all the rights and models from the defunct Triumph Engineering. They are famous for their standard motorcycle model lines that use triple-cylinder engines, known worldwide as “Triumph Triples.”
Suzuki Motors was a transformation of the original Suzuki Loom Works company in 1954, after the textile industry in Japan collapsed. The motorcycle arm of the company rapidly developed powerful and small engines, and today is known for powerhouse motorcycles like the Hayabusa and the GSX-R1000R
Royal Enfield of India is the second company to bear the name, with a transfer of license from the original Royal Enfield of England in 1968. It is famous for having the longest in-production model in the world, with the Bullet first being produced in 1901
Through a very complicated series of events, the informal company started in Mattighofen, Austria in 1934 became KTM AG in 1992. KTM is now one of the largest European producers of motorcycles, and are world-famous for their nearly indestructible off-road and adventure bikes.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries was started in 1878, as a producer of maritime equipment and vessels. Kawasaki began motorcycle manufacturing in the late 1960’s and today, their bikes are famous for being nearly bulletproof, and many of their models being friendly for new riders.
Founded in 1901, Indian Motorcycles has had a tumultuous history, being the only other American motorcycle manufacturer to survive the Great Depression next to Harley. Today, Indian is famous for their modern take on classic styles, with a variety of touring and cruising models.
Soichiro Honda started his own company in 1937 to develop piston rings for Toyota. Though the initial designs were rejected, he eventually became an important supplier of these parts. Honda sold his business in 1946 after the building was bombed twice during World War II.
It was around this time that Soichiro recognized another opportunity — the need for reliable and cheap transportation in Japan. He began mounting two-stroke motors onto bicycles, which eventually led to the production of a
Known as the “American Classic,” Harley-Davidson was founded in 1903 in Wisconsin, USA. One of the two major American brands to survive the harsh Great Depression, the company has built a reputation for its cruiser and bagger-touring style motorcycles featuring large-displacement V-twin engines.
Ducati Motorcycles was formed in 1953, when the Ducati company split into Ducati Elettronica and Ducati Meccanica SpA. They are well known for their powerful, large L-2 and L-4 engines known as Desmodromic engines. These engines have been used by Ducati for nearly 50 years.
BMW Motorrad was created as a wholly-owned subsidiary of BMW in 1921, to handle building motorcycle and aircraft engines. The first BMW motorcycle was the boxer-engined R32 in 1923, and the company has enjoyed strong European and worldwide sales ever since with a variety of engines and motorcycles.
Aprilia is an Italian motorcycle manufacturer founded immediately after World War II in Noale, Italy, by Alberto Beggio. The company started as a manufacturer of bicycles and moved on to manufacture scooters and small-capacity motorcycles. In more recent times Aprilia has produced large sportbikes such as the 1,000 cc V-twin RSV Mille and the V4 RSV4.
Aprilia has supported a strong motorsport competition program beginning with motocross racing and then a world championship-winning road raci
This guy does a decent job at helping you get going with overlanding
Some of the non-essential gear and other things I talked about and showed in this video... (these are not sponsored links and are also not affiliate links)
Propane Stove (Camp Chef Everest) https://a.co/d/1y0mpDF
Isobutane Stove (AOTU Portable Backpacking Stove) https://a.co/d/dIqXdr2
Isobutane Canisters (GasOne) https://a.co/d/hPvOHYy
Kettle (Primus 0.9L Kettle) https://a.co/d/7
One of the most popular Trail making systems on the planet is GAIA GPS and I believe once you start diving into it you’ll see why so many adventurers utilize this powerful system.
Some great features is GAIA GPS supports multiple operating systems (IOS, Android, etc) and what I love is you can plan your entire route via a web browser and save the GPX file to share with your friends or club etc..
Here are some high level screenshots of the web version
At the bottom left