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The Making of a Roadtrek: The Movie

| Updated Jun 20, 2023

For those who have not been able to make the trip (and we highly recommend that you do), we are happy to present a video tour for you on what it takes to build the #1 selling Class B Motorhome in North America. I did this a couple of years ago but the processes and craftsmanship remain the same today.

Along the way, we met many of the 260 Roadtrek employes and learned that the average start-to-finish time is a little over six days. The one we followed, because of some options, took nine days.

Every Roadtrek is built with passion, pride, quality, technology and just pure love of the product, check out the video to get a glimpse of how it all comes together.

We finished this project even prouder to drive a Roadtrek.

Mike Wendland

Published on 2016-03-01

Mike Wendland is a multiple Emmy-award-winning Journalist, Podcaster, YouTuber, and Blogger, who has traveled with his wife, Jennifer, all over North America in an RV, sharing adventures and reviewing RV, Camping, Outdoor, Travel and Tech Gear for the past 12 years. They are leading industry experts in RV living and have written 18 travel books.

7 Responses to “The Making of a Roadtrek: The Movie”

March 28, 2016at2:16 pm, Ron Ray said:

Mike, what an AWESOME video!!!!! We are SO glad we had the opportunity to buy a quality used Adventurous RS. We love it!!!! It is EVERYTHING it was advertised to be. Thank you for your efforts to promote Roadtreks and their lifestyle. After living in one, why would we ever consider any other RV brand????? We’ve got the best, so we’ll just leave the rest! Take care!!! Ron and Peggy Ray, Texas.

November 10, 2014at2:03 pm, Joyce Lister said:

I left a comment but it dis appeared in Cyber Sp-pace I guess

November 07, 2014at6:43 pm, Kevin Reilly said:

Mike, this is wonderful. Love the time lapse and the way you cut between action and interviews. Professional, through and through.

August 11, 2014at3:46 pm, Gary Egbert said:

Great video Mike. It was short andsmore detail would be nice, but well done.

June 10, 2014at11:45 am, Jim Hammill said:

We may have to do a Second one.

The making of the “making of a Roadtrek”

We go behind the scenes to show how much darn fun we have doing these videos!!!

June 10, 2014at9:39 am, bill walters said:

Excellent video. Now more than ever I want to visit as I plan and design just what model and how I want it constructed.

June 10, 2014at9:13 am, Fable Fox said:

Too short. I wish its an hour long just like documentaries in discoveries channel.

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