Video: Why We Ride

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Why We Ride.

We get this questions a lot. People are in it for various reasons. For us, we ride because it’s about the experience and the journey. There’s a thirst for adventure and exploration in all of us. We weren’t meant to be domesticated; we were created for so much more than shopping malls, cubicles, and subdivisions. Are we Lewis & Clark? No. We’re rarely discovering never-before seen territory or chartering new trails, but we are often discovering the path less traveled; paths that most people never experience. These experiences are an extension of who we are, and we love sharing it with others, especially those who’ve never done it before. It makes a lasting memory. There’s something truly special about the fact that we get the privilege of sharing in that experience.

It’s more than just the ride itself. We’re out there to have fun, to share new experiences, and meet others who want to pursue adventure too. We’re challenging ourselves and others, getting out of our comfort zones, overcoming obstacles, learning, having fun. We’re out there for the experience. That’s why we ride.

Join us.

One Comment on “Video: Why We Ride”

  1. love this video! Really enjoyed it. My wife and I are new to the overland scene, but have become addicted to everything overlanding! We have two young boys and are dying to teach them the fun and excitement that awaits out in the big, wide world! It’s a struggle to explain (in the abstract) to a six year old that we can go the places that they see on the screens that they are so enthralled with. We live in South Georgia, and are excited to see that we don’t have to travel out west to enjoy our new found passion! We travel the dirt, sand and mud of the back roads of our sparsely populated region of the state every weekend, and are constantly surprised by what we stumble onto. We plan on completing a portion of the Georgia Traverse this fall with our two boys, Eli and Lincoln. We are laying the groundwork to find an all dirt/sand route from coastal Georgia to the mid-state. We’d love to meet you guys for a future event and will keep tabs on your group in the future!

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