If you love high-quality print publications like we do, you’ll be excited to know that the print edition of OVR Issue 07 [Feb/Mar 2024] is now available at your local bookstore and newsstand!


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OVR is about getting out there in our vehicles to responsibly explore and discover the world around us. Whether we’re forging ahead into the backwoods or taking a well-known route on a favorite road trip, it’s all about getting out and enjoying the ride as well as the destination.


You’ll find OVR encapsulates everything you are into: Outdoors, Vehicles, Recreation, and so much more. If you enjoy living life on the trail and exploring the hidden corners of our natural world OVR is the publication for you.


Drive with us as we take deep dives into one-of-a-kind off-road-capable vehicles and anything else that gets us out there, for that matter. We are outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy spending time with friends and family in adventure-ready vehicles while immersed in our favorite outdoor activities.


Whether you overland for weeks at a time in far-flung locations or camp with the kids on the weekends, we have specially curated, vehicle-based outdoor activity content that you will find interesting, useful, and entertaining.



OVR Issue 07 [Feb/Mar 2024] includes:

Trips & Tales:

  • Adventuring In Iceland: Tips And Tricks to Travel Through the Land of Fire and Ice [Text by Andy Lilienthal, Images by Andy Lilienthal & Mercedes Lilienthal]
  • Time Travelers:High stakes on the Carson Trail’s Forty Mile Desert [Text & Images by Chris Collard]

Vehicle Features:

  • Reviving a Legend: The Legacy of Roy Wallace’s 1962 Jeep Forward Control [Text by Ryan Lee Price, Images by RealTruck]
  • Leading The Way: A Customized 2022 Ford Ranger XLT Built for Overlanding Adventures [Text & Images by Jerry Tsai]
  • Troopy Time: What To Know About Importing A 70-Series Toyota Land Cruiser Troop Carrier [Text & Images by Jonathan Hanson]

General Features:

  • Modern Diesels for Global Overlanding: Diesel Engines Are Not What They Used To Be [Text & Images by Dan Grec]
  • Land Grab: OVR Tackles The Hard Conversation: Wilderness and the Future of OHV Access and Advocacy [Text & Images by Chris Collard]
  • Goose Gear Venture Series Interiors: High Quality, Lightweight & Durable Vehicle Interiors [Text by Dan Grec, Images by Dan Grec & Michael Fuchs]
  • Modular Engineering: Getting To Know Dirtbox Offroad [Text & Images by Matt Ritscher]
  • OVRland Outpost: OVR’s Overland-Themed Display at Los Angeles Auto Show 2023 [Text & Images by Sean P. Holman & Jerry Tsai]

First Drives:

  • 2024 GMC Canyon AT4X and AT4X AEV Edition: From An Adventure Truck Afterthought To A Prime Contender [Text by Sean P. Holman, Images by GMC & Sean P. Holman]
  • 2024 Chevrolet Silverado HD ZR2 Bison: This Heavy Chevy Is Primed For Trail Duty [Text by Sean P. Holman, Images by Chevrolet & Sean P. Holman]

Scaler, OVR’s Trail & Scale Special RC Section:

  • Ready To Roll: The Remarkable Realism of the FMS Toyota FJ Cruiser RTR
  • Scaler Buyer’s Guide: RC Crawler Gear - New Vehicles & Upgrades For Down-Scale Adventures

And More:
That’s not all, OVR includes many more pages of gear and stories that are sure to be of interest you in this issue.




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