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Olivier de Vaulx

Olivier de Vaulx

Former Digital Trends Contributor

Olivier de Vaulx is a French journalist and photographer living in California with his family. He covers every aspect of the motorcycle industry for many international publications. When he’s not shooting Supercross races or vintage bikes restorations, he overlands in the great outdoors with dual-sport bikes or four-wheelers. He also loves to fly small planes, surf cool waves, read heavy books, and talk about virtually any topic for hours.

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How To Camp for Free When You’re on the Road

There are many places all over this great country where you can experience nature for free. Here's where you can find them and explore.
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A Beginner’s Guide to Capturing the Northern Lights

Make the most of your trip to see the Aurora Borealis and bring home stunning pictures with these easy tips.
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Understanding the Secret of Happiness with Wyoming Cowboys

Overland travel is a way of life, on the tracks of the pioneers who crossed the country one and a half centuries ago. But while it’s temporary for most of us, the cowboys of Wyoming live this active outdoor life with their family all year long.
overland cooking

Tips for Cooking Healthy Meals on the Road

On a real Overland trip, you’ll find yourself miles away from the next town, with no hope to reach a restaurant for dinner. It’s not a reason for starving or counting exclusively on snacks. With a little planning, enjoying great and healthy food on the trails is fun and easy.
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Yes, You Can Take Your Whole Family on an Overlanding Trip

Overlanding with a family, especially with teenagers, is not as difficult as it sounds. A bit of preparation and some creativity on the go will make the adventure a great way to bond with your loved ones.
overlanding tech

The Best Tech to Pack on Your Next Overlanding Trip

While the purpose of overlanding is often to go off the grid, using the latest technology will make your trip safer and more enjoyable. Here’s a quick list of the best tech to master before going on a long trip in remote areas.

A Beginner’s Guide to Planning Your First Cross-Country Overland Trip