Scott Brady, along with photographer Sinuhe Xavier, share the Expeditions 7 team's journey across the Icelandic desert and Europe's largest glacier. Greg Miller and the rest of the E7 team were helped along their icy journey with equipment and guidance from Arctic Trucks in Iceland.
The vehicles and team met in Saint Petersburg, Russia to begin one of the most remote and challenging segments of the E7 expedition. The unmaintained roads, semitruck-dominated routes and the barren stretches of Siberia tried the mental toughness of the team as well as put their technical driving skills to the test. The 7,000-mile journey across
The expedition traveled to the northernmost vehicle-route accessible point in the world, NordKapp, before turning southward through Finland, Estonia, Latvia, and Belarus. The segment concluded in Prague, Czech Republic, with part of the team heading home and the remainder taking the vehicles to Avignon, France for a well-deserved service.
On Dec 13th 2012 in Media Mentions
With editorial provided by Scott Brady and stunning photography from Ray Hyland, Bruce Dorn, Matt Scott, and Scott Brady, Overland Journals’ Gear 2013 recaps the North America journey of Expeditions 7.
Greg Miller and the E7 team traveled from one extreme to the other on this first leg of their 7-continent epic journey, and caused him t
The E7 team traveled to the most northern point of Alaska, Prudhoe Bay—the terminus of the Pan-American highway—to begin the first leg of the seven-continent journey. The Arctic north presened the team with frozen roads along with piercing winds and ice storms as they made their way south to Moab, Utah and the Overland Expo in Arizona. The t
In the Summer 2012 issue of Overland Journal (overlandjournal.com), publisher Scott Brady introduces readers to the planned E7 expedition with photos by Michael Slade. The 5-page article gives a brief overview of the route, the inspiration behind the expedition, as well as maps and photographs of the team and vehicles.