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The Overlanding Podcast

The Overlanding Podcast is a series dedicated to self-reliant vehicle dependent travel. The road less travelled is one full of incredible stories. In each episode we’ll be meeting the adventurous people who have chosen to travel the world by bicycle, motorcycle, car and truck.
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Nov 30, 2016

Kirsty Larmour discusses the merits of travelling with kids, how they “prepared” for the trip, how the kids process and interpret their experiences and whether life on the road is beneficial to a child’s development.

Nov 23, 2016

Motorcyclist Steph Jeavons and I talk about travelling through all 7 continents, the challenges of India, the benefits of travelling by motorcycle on your own and what happens when you run out of money. We also talk about how she got to Antarctica.

Nov 16, 2016

Heather Ellis and I talk about her book ‘Ubuntu’ which chronicles her solo overland journey through Africa on her Yamaha TT600 in the 1990’s. Starting with a light-bulb moment her story has twists and turns like the roads she rides.

Nov 9, 2016

We chat to Jason Hamasu from Oregon Trail Off-Road about their 44 day challenging overland expedition retracing the historic Oregon Trail through 6 states. Their route followed the original wagon trail set out by pioneers in the early 1800’s as closely as possible.

Nov 2, 2016

Motorcyclist Ed Gill and 4x4 overlander and filmmaker Jon Beardmore discuss both their adventures that took similar routes through Central Asia. We talk about “winging it”, lessons learnt, logistics, staying safe, politics and life on the road.

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