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    • Beef & Pumpkin Potjie Recipe

      - October 30, 2018

      With Halloween fast approaching, a cast iron pot brings to mind spooky witches leaning over a bubbling steaming mixture of unspeakable ingredients. While this recipe does use a cast iron pot- the ingredients are less unspeakable, unless you’re vegan- then you’ll just have to substitute some items. Literally meaning “small pot food”, Potjiekos... [Read More]

    • How strong is a Front Runner Roof Rack?

      - September 6, 2018

      Front Runner racks are designed for heavy off-road abuse – Africa style. We sleep well at night knowing we’re manufacturing an incredibly safe and strong rack.  But because we live in a litigious world filled with endless disclaimers, getting the word out that the Slimline II is one of the strongest racks available is a bit tricky. So, before we get... [Read More]

    • Dare to Drive the Dempster Highway

      - July 12, 2018

      Car rental companies won’t allow their vehicles to travel this route. It has no pavement, scares off city drivers, and is the only public highway that crosses the Arctic Circle. Sound appealing to you? We thought so! The Dempster Highway connects the Southern Yukon with Inuvik and was originally built as an overlanding supply road for oil and gas... [Read More]

    • Beyond The Rack - Kingsley Holgate

      - March 14, 2018

      by Andrew Pasquella. Photos by Kingsley Holgate Foundation A Front Runner supported Kingsley Holgate Foundation expedition recently headed to Ras Xaafun, the most easterly point of the African continent, located on the troubled Horn of Africa. The expedition was extremely dangerous with US military anti-terrorist operations and devastating bombings... [Read More]

    • Front Runner 4 x 4: Sixteen Questions with Shayd Johnson

      - March 14, 2018

      by Andrew Pasquella If you’re a fan of adventure and nature photography, you’ve most likely seen Shayd Johnson’s work. Shayd shoots for outdoor brands around the world, which affords him the opportunity to visit and photograph spectacular locations that most can only dream of visiting. But when he’s home in British Columbia he can most... [Read More]

    • Recipes - DUTCH OVEN BREAD

      - March 14, 2018

      If you haven't been reading the Gearzette (where have you been all our lives?), you might be wondering; what the heck is a Potjie? Outside of South Africa, a Potjie is known as a "Dutch Oven". It's a 3 legged cast iron pot with origins in the Netherlands. Back in the day, the Voortrekkers (Pioneers of Dutch descent from the Cape Colony) used this pot to... [Read More]

    • What is ISO?

      - March 8, 2018

      by Andrew Pasquella. What started as an idea from friends around a campfire has quickly grown into an international business with a well-deserved reputation for quality, intelligent design, and durability. One of the reasons we’re able to create award-winning and reliable products is Front Runner’s skilled craftsmen who work their magic in our... [Read More]

    • Drift Through Iceland

      - November 9, 2017

      by Andrew Pasquella. Top and bottom photos by Benjamin Hardman Iceland, the home of fire and ice, is full of extreme geographical contrasts. In between those extremes, however, lies an unmatched raw and untouched natural wonderland, ready to be explored. Volcanos, Northern Lights, waterfalls, geysers and glaciers are just some of the varied... [Read More]

    • Beyond the Rack - Team Tane Decodes the African Roads

      - November 9, 2017

      Words and photos by Shane and Tarryn Quinnell Travelling the roads in Africa is like figuring out a new language. There’s a steep learning curve but with some attention, practice and real-world immersion, you’ll be able to get around within no time. For most Africans, owning cars is a pipe dream. The financial barrier for the average... [Read More]

    • Front Runner 4 x 4: Sixteen Questions with Benjamin Hardman

      - November 9, 2017

      by Andrew Pasquella In 2015 Benjamin Hardman left his native home of Australia after quitting his accounting job to follow his passion for the landscape photography. He booked a one-way ticket to his new home, Iceland, where he had visited two years prior and it was love in first visit. He works to blend digital media with fixed aesthetic... [Read More]

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