Adrenaline junkies crave new experiences, from the exhilarating to the memorable. Here are some of the best blood-pumping off-road adventures within the borders of the U.S.A.
For many, gravel roads may conjure images of backwoods exploration, but their history encompasses much more; from ancient Eastern trade routes to rustic American thoroughfares, let’s explore the rich history of the unpaved road.
Faced with a combination of limited infrastructure budgets and deteriorating asphalt, many U.S. towns and municipalities are choosing to unpave rather than repave their roads.
A network of unpaved roads connecting Senegalese villages to major cities and highways had fallen into disrepair. The Senegal Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport, Telecommunications & ICT contacted Midwest, which was able to provide a long-term solution to the problem in the form of natural paving.
In rural and remote areas, building new roads or making extensive repairs is often a prohibitively expensive logistical nightmare; road reclamation eliminates those problems once and for all.