Great African Expedition: Phase Four

Julian Monroe Fisher walks in the footsteps of the great 19th Century Victorian Explorers in seven-part expedition across Africa.

A Night at the Museum

Team RailRiders attends the 2015 Explorer’s Club Annual Dinner in New York City.

Across the One Steppe

Award winning travel journalist and adventurer Jamie Bunchuk talks about his expedition to cross Mongolia’s One Steppe Desert with Matt Traver.

TrailBlazers: A Letter From Gary Humphrey

RailRiders Adventure Clothing does what it says. Yes it’s the toughest clothing on the planet. Designed by people who know the outdoors. I had to laugh at RailRiders' comment on my FaceBook Gary Humphrey link about my show, ‘we weren’t super involved- check out the...

Walk the Masar: Leon Returns to the Trail

Not all adventures are pulled off without a hitch, and how we deal with adversity can be one of the biggest factors in the success of any expedition. Such is the lesson learned by our “Walk the Masar” crew, Leon McCarron and Dave Cornthwaite. After setting out in late...

Gary Humphrey: Adventure on the Serengeti

To be multi skilled in the film industry on the Serengeti plains is ‘no bad thing.' Running safety, scouting forward, covering medical emergencies and recovering vehicles: it means that my team is on its own, thinking on our feet and always problem solving. In the...

In Memory of Bill Katovsky

Around 15 years ago, RailRiders ran into a problem. At the Outdoor Retailer show, North Face had just released a product line that was a virtual carbon copy of the innovated synthetic outdoor products that RailRiders had been selling for around a decade. Offering...

Jury Duty: Not as Bad as You Think

(Featured Image: an approximate feel of what our courtroom in Woburn, MA was like. Ours was less fancy. As a quick reminder, the trial is a matter of public record and now that it is concluded I am fully allowed to discuss it. However, I will keep details extremely...

Why I Love Being a Horse and Carriage Driver

America’s cities were once congested with horse-drawn carriages and delivery wagons.  Today, you can relive our pre-automobile past by taking horse-and-carriage rides in cities like New York City and Chicago.  One of the H&C drivers in Chicago is Megan Gray (nee...