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OGE 4X4 Grand Opening

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Categories: OGE 4X4 Shop
OGE 4X4 Grand Opening

OGE 4X4 Opening was a success!! A fun Sunday with friends and family, all 4×4’s enthusiast!!

OGE 4X4 Auto Repair

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Categories: OGE 4X4 Shop
OGE 4X4 Auto Repair

Our Shop is OPEN !!! It’s not just an Auto Repair, we are Adventure Travel Specialists.

Join the Challenge!!

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Categories: Mesoamerica OX
Join the Challenge!!

Live the experience of being an Overlander crossing Central America, join us discovering the culture of their habitants, their history, emblematic places like the Mayan pyramids, paradisiac beaches, impressive volcanoes, dense jungles and lots of recondite sites only accessible in 4X4.

A quick view from our front camera…

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Categories: Alaska OX
A quick view from our front camera…

A quick view from our front camera during Alaska Overlander Xperience from Key West, Florida to DeadHorse, Alaska. Hope you enjoy it! The Way Back will be posted soon…. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDJ70u62ogU

Alaska OX Numbers

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Categories: Alaska OX
Alaska OX Numbers

Lot of people ask me about the details of our journey, for all of you, this is some of the most important information:

Members: 3 (Sergio Pinillos, Johannes Valero y Luis Vassallo).

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From California to Florida…

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Categories: Alaska OX
From California to Florida…

After the adrenaline rush in Six Flags, we took the route to Aliso Viejo, a city south of Los Angeles. We had to take a detour to get to the famous city of angels since the city was going to close a very busy highway to rebuilt one of its bridges, so a great traffic jam was expected, fortunately this event was widely advised by the media and we could avoid it.

From Oregon to California

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Categories: Alaska OX
From Oregon to California

Our visit to Crater Lake NP, was an incentive to explore and seek new beautiful views and sceneries Turing the expedition. There had been many days of being surrounded by white-peaked mountains, pines and lakes that this view had become relatively monotonous. But this lake was different, the color of the water and its location inside a volcano’s crater made it impressive.

From Whittier to Oregon

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Categories: Alaska OX
From Whittier to Oregon

After three days in Seward, we thought maybe we could get to Whittier and take the ferry to Washington State to avoid going back driving all across Canada and get to see Alaska from the comfort of a ferry deck. But as is expected in any expedition, things don’t always go as planned.

Fairbanks to Seward

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Categories: Alaska OX
Fairbanks to Seward

We started the day in Fairbanks eager to continue our way, this time south, to feel more close to Florida. But we couldn’t just start the way back in a hurry without making stops in so many interesting points we found on the way. The first stop was Anchorage, a big city I preferred to avoid (as always), but Sergio told us that he had a friend that live there and wanted to meet us. We got together with Valeria Rojas and her fiancé Alan Hartley, who invited us to their home to have some beers and explained us how a Colombian ended up living in Alaska…

Deadhorse… The Northern Mostpoint in the U.S.

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Categories: Alaska OX
Deadhorse… The Northern Mostpoint in the U.S.

There are 800 km separating Fairbanks from Deadhorse or Prudhoe Bay (it is known by both names). At first, there is a paved road full of curvy slopes, but the real challenge started on the famous Dalton Highway (the same highway featuring the History Channel Series: Ice Pioneers), one of the most dangerous roads on United States, due to the high amount of accidents relative to the low circulation of vehicles on it.