Jiuseppe Copeland (Joe) contacted us and explained he was planning to walk across the United States to raise awareness for veteran suicide rates. He asked if he could use a Honey Badger Wheel...Read More
Have you been out on the trail and seen an increase in pack goats over the past few years? Hikers are turning to alternative methods to packing their gear into the backcountry and pack goats...Read More
When it comes to legislation, too often, tradition outweighs common sense. This is the case involving the Wilderness Act and a recent attempt by Utah senators Mike Lee and Orrin Hatch...Read More
All new inventions take time. In reference to air conditioning in 1889 Thomas Edison said, "Fooling around with alternating current is just a waste of time. Nobody will use it ever."Read More
For centuries explorers have ventured off the beaten path with pack animals or by carrying all their gear on their backs. These have been the only two options. That has all changed...Read More
For almost a century westerners have been enamored with the Arabian Peninsula representing western countries as ambassadors, explorers, and military leaders. Some explored...Read More
There are many products available that allow a person to carry gear on a road or trail. Many of these products are multi-wheel units and few are single-wheel concepts. Regardless, a few minutes on Google and anyone has the ability to find some version of the hiking cart for sale online.
The load placed on the Honey Badger Wheel rests directly over the axle (Fulcrum) which eliminates load arm distance (X = Length to Fulcrum). The long distance of the effort arm...Read More