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Roger Brucker and his wife Lynn have been Roadtrekkers since 2009. Both are retired, Roger from a Business-to-Business advertising agency and from teaching marketing for 25 years at Wright State University, Dayton, OH. Lynn is an electronics engineer, retired from the USAF Research Laboratory. Roger has authored or co-authored five books on cave exploring. They are cave explorers, kite flyers, and have four Standard Poodles. Their home base is Beavercreek, OH, a Dayton suburb. “We’ve done a lot of camping and long distance tandem bicycle riding, including an unsupported San Diego to St. Augustine ride in 2000,” said Lynn. Roger says, “But we love our 190 Popular Roadtrek because we can go anywhere on a moment’s notice, and stay off the grid for a week.” They are known to many Roadtrekkers for contributing ideas and suggestions on the Roadtrek Yahoo Forum and Cyberrally. Some of their modifications to Red Rover, their Roadtrek, are documented at www.RedRoverRoadtrek.com

Zion Canyon by Bicycle

Nearly everybody who travels has heard of Zion Canyon National Park in Utah. It's in the south west corner of the state and displays one of the most spectacular, colorful vertical canyon environments in the world. Nothing “off the beaten path” about the park itself, as attested by anyone who has seen it. However, we […]Read More

Trips: Zion National Park is Indeed a Holy Place

Zion National Park is so spectacular and beautiful that the early pioneers called it Zion, like the Holy Place in the Bible. And indeed, standing under the soaring, multi-colored sandstone cliffs, gazing down into the canyons or hiking upstream in a the strong current of the Virgin River to get deep into where Zion canyon […]Read More

Roadtrek and Chrysler Roll Out the New Zion Motorhome

With T-shirts celebrating the launch, 200 Roadtrek employees joined by executives from Chrysler offices in Canada and the U.S. celebrated the completion of the first production model of its brand new Zion motorhome, built on the Ram ProMaster chassis. The completed new model, painted in a color called Champagne,  slowly drove past a line of […]Read More

12 Surreal US Destinations Worth the RV Trip in 2021

RV travel is filled with some amazingly surreal US destinations for RVers to explore. Here is a list of our favorites from across the country. Take, for example, the waterfall that looks like it's practically made of fire. And that's just one of the surreal US destinations I'm talking about here.  The places may leave […]Read More

The Fabulous 2021 Florida RV Supershow is ON for Jan 13-17

After a year of RV show cancellations because of COVID, the RV Show season is set to roar back next month with the 2021 Florida RV Supershow in Tampa Jan. 13-17. Here's what to expect: Because the Florida RV Supershow is mostly outside, organizers say they are confident that social distancing, wearing masks inside the […]Read More

The Nine Best Class B RVs for 2021

Small RVs are all the rage. Here is our list of the nine Best Class B RVs for 2021. Life has generally been impacted in many ways by the COVID-19 pandemic, including the ability to get out and see the latest and greatest RVs at RV shows. So we decided to help by bringing you […]Read More

Expert Advice on finding a Class B RV on a Budget in 2021

Perhaps the most challenging question we regularly get from our followers is how to find a Class B RV on a budget. It's not easy. But we have some tips that will help in the search for your dream campervan. RV's are in tremendous demand and the prices of new Class B RVs are through […]Read More

Are these the best RV road trips in the U.S. for 2021?

We’re always trying to bring you great routes to travel, but we just came across a list of what just may be the best RV road trips in the U.S. The list we’re talking about was compiled by the good folks at TripSavvy.com. To make it easy for you to read, we put the list […]Read More

RV Destinations: Avoid Crowds at these 8 Great Geological Formations

As the U.S. continues to deal with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, geological formations offer great opportunities for adventures that don’t involve crowds — and for some outstanding RV destinations. I'm talking about geological attractions where you can see formations formed over millions of years due to the impact of factors such as weather, […]Read More

Avoid Crowds at These 10 Stunning U.S. National Parks

RVers are no doubt familiar with the U.S. National Parks, but there are definitely some that are better for avoiding big crowds — something travelers may be interested in more now than ever. But with more than 400 recognized national park areas encompassing more than 84 million acres across the U.S., it can be hard […]Read More

2021 Camping Season Predictions from 24 Top RV Experts [EXCLUSIVE]

No one in the RV industry saw 2020 coming. But what about the 2021 camping season? We have the predictions from 24 RV industry experts: In getting these 2021 camping season predictions, we reached out to a large circle of RV influencers and industry experts. The good news is most see less uncertainty and turmoil, […]Read More

RV Podcast #315: Lingering Pandemic Problems for the RV Industry

They may be selling RVs at a record pace, but there are lots of lingering Pandemic Problems for the RV Industry The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc across all aspects of the economy including the RV Industry. And while RV sales have never been better, the damage done by the shutdowns and the resulting incredible […]Read More

RV Podcast #314: Working remotely from an RV from wherever you want

This week on the RV Podcast we talk about working remotely from an RV from a remote and beautiful area far away from the crowds. That’s where we are this week, camping in Michigan’s remote Upper Peninsula. Now as RV travel writers and reporters, we’re always working remotely from an RV. But with the pandemic, […]Read More

RV Podcast 306: How to find a campsite despite the crowds

A lot of RVers are asking these days: How to find a campsite despite the crowds? The national news media has been filled with stories in recent weeks claiming that campgrounds are bursting at the seams across the country as people are taking up camping and RVing because they are afraid to take traditional vacations […]Read More

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