Off-roading is a great way to combine a love of modifying vehicles with a love of adventure. Off-roading can be done in a variety of terrains but it always requires a special vehicle. In this section you'll find articles devoted to off-roading.
Off-roaders like public lands for their wild terrain -- water, mud, rocks and sand all make for an exciting ride. But not everyone thinks ATVs, dirt bikes or snowmobiles should be allowed free range. Why?
The sport of motocross features spectacular leaps and stunts performed on off-road motorcycles. It also features broken bones and some seriously death-defying crashes. Is all off-roading similarly risky? See more »
There are times when an ordinary 4x4 just won't do. Like when you need to climb an impossibly steep sand dune, for example. Sand buggies are designed to handle some of the toughest terrain out there. See more »
Electric cars aren't new, but new technology has made them more widely available and easier to use. Electric off-road vehicles are a great option for green adventurers, but they do have their disadvantages. See more »
All-terrain vehicles (ATVs) are compact, powerful and rugged machines that can handle a variety of jobs. But due to the increased power associated with ATVs designed for paved roads, manufacturers have started to tout the advantages of off-road ATVs. See more »