For our exploration we have two quads. One's a 1995 Honda 300EX and one is a 1987 Honda TRX250X.
We use a 2003 Honda Pilot on a lot of our trips. It's able to tow our large trailer (nicknamed "the beast") which can easily hold 4 quads. We also use our 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee V8 on the tougher trails.
Occasionally, friends will let us borrow their vehicles (crazy, right?) either to work on or take out for a spin. Sometimes, our vehicles aren't good enough so we have to go out and rent a brand new one to beat up on. Either way, these vehicles are a lot of fun.
From onboard dash-cameras to stunning landscape photographs, AZOFFROAD.NET uses a variety of techonological devices to bring the outdoors to our website. Take a look below to see how we exactly record and document our trips!
GoPro Hero: used Dec. 2011 - 2013
Canon Digital Rebel XT with 18-55mm & 75-300mm lens: used 2007 - 2012
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1 - GoPro Hero 2 HD Cameras: used 2011 - present
Canon Rebel T3i with 18-55mm & 75-300mm lens: used 2012 - Present
Toshiba Camileo X400 HD Camera:
used 2012 - present
Below is a list of vehicles and camera equipment we use on all of our trips to help us bring back an accurate depiction of the outdoors!
We also use a pair of our buddy's Yamaha GYRT 700 Raptors.
2013 Chevy Camaro - Rented for "Route 66 Road Trip"
1998 Jeep Wrangler Sahara - Borrowed for "Jeepin'"
2012 Jeep Wrangler Sport - Rented for "Southern Arizona Expedition (Part 2)", November 2012
Custom 1998 Dodge Ram - Borrowed for "Street Legal Monster Truck"
2011 Ford Explorer, Eddie Bauer: 4x4 Edition - Rented for "Northern Arizona Expedition (Part 2)", October 2011
2011 Ford Escape - Rented for "Southern Arizona Expedition", May 2011
2010 Dodge Journey - Rented for "Northern Arizona Expedition", October 2010
DJI Phantom with gimbal set up
2 - GoPro Hero 3 Black Editions 2013 - Present