Eric Caraig / IG: @ericcaraig

How did you meet/connect with OC Overland?: It was earlier of this year when I met the crew. An old time friend; James recently got a 4runner and I took him out to a local spot Holy Jim. After that run we went again within the next month or so. There I met more of the crew. Soon enough, it’s like family. I recently moved out to Phoenix and the boys all came out and we did Crown King. Regardless of hitting the trails or just meeting up. They’re definitely great friends to talk trucks, adventures and simply having a great time.

What do you feel/think about OC Overland? : OC Overland is great. It brings people together and you learn so many useful skills and tips: building rigs, cooking good food and much more. OC Overland’s growth in the community is something that we need. From cleaning up the trails to exploring new trails, I hope OC Overland will inspire like minded individuals to do the same and help this community grow.

What sets OC Overland apart from other groups? :Everybody has their own taste and style and OC Overland does a great job with having all sorts of rigs join in. It doesn’t matter if they’re stock or heavily modified. They’re here to have a great time and help each other out.

Casey Ngo