About wheel travel far
WTF is dedicated to exploring the world by wheels. Some call it #vanlife while others prefer overlanding. Outsiders see it as a bohemian social media movement and the critics dismiss it as crazy. These are the unfiltered stories and experiences from people's adventures on the road.
WHAT IS WHEEL TRAVEL FAR?
WTF is a multi-host show that interviews people either currently living on the road or have spent a significant amount of time on the road in the past. The commonality between all of our guests is they travel via wheels– a bike, motorcycle, sprinter van, 4x4 truck, or even an RV. Our interviews aim to showcase the variety of motivations and approaches that put people on the road.
WHO LISTENS TO WHEEL TRAVEL FAR?
Our show resonates with the people intrigued by the vanlife and overlanding movements.
It is for people with a renewed interest in the American road trip, outdoorsiness, and/or a desire to understand what life looks like outside the 9-5.
What people are saying about wheel travel far:
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Download / Subscribe: The show can be listened to directly from the website, as well as subscribed and listened to on most podcast platforms, such as itunes, pocketcasts and spotify.
Schedule: WTF releases episodes approximately every 10-14 days. Transcripts provided upon request.
Megan Bristol & Nick Polinko are co-pilots, on and off the air. In June 2017, we ditched our Silicon Valley jobs to spend a year and half driving and surfing our way south along the PanAmeriacn Highway in a 2001 Toyota Landcruiser and Turtleback Trailer. Before going on our trip we had an idea of how and why people hit the road - mostly driven by the social media depiction of it. A year later, we have been blown away by the variety of approaches and the diverse set of people we have seen and met. We want to help demystify "vanlife" & overlanding by sharing the stories and insights from the people actually doing it. You don't have to look like models with a large Instagram following and you don't have to be a hard core 4x4 truck guru either. Anyone can do it!