Roadtreking

Category Archives: How Tos

What’s Underneath Your Roadtrek?

Sure, it’s nice to look at the shiny paint and lovely interiors of these new Roadtrek models, but the real exciting stuff for us technogeeks is what’s underneath. Since you…

How an Alde Hydronic System Works

The Alde system is being installed these days on more and more RVs, especially Roadtreks,  so it might be useful to explain what an Alde system is and how it…

A Class B RV for Every Budget

We’ve  read many comments to various posts about how the reader would love to have a Class B motorhome but it is just out of their budget.  Mike has addressed…

Keeping Cool in your Type B RV

Roadtreks and many Type B motorhomes come with the wonderful Fantastic Fan roof vent. It is truly a marvelous device for keeping your camper comfortable. You can fall asleep with…

A Minimal Solar System for a RV

We have seen impressive solar systems on Roadtreks and read about others.  Campskunk’s and Jim Lever’s systems come to mind. Then there are the factory installed solar systems like on…

Carrying Bikes on a Class B

We have a long history of bicycling – including bicycle camping – so we naturally wanted a way to transport our bicycles on our Roadtrek. We could open the rear…

Roadtrek user manuals just a click away

We’ve shared this on our Facebook group but thanks to a reader’s suggestion, I thought I’d better post it here on the Roadtreking blog as well: Roadtrek has made it…

RV Travel with a pack of poodles

Mike has written about travels with Tai, Campskunk has written about travels with Fiona the fearless kitty, so I suppose it is time we write about our RV travels with…

Documenting Your Travels

We drove through rain and snow today to reach the Beckley, WV travel plaza.  We’d had enough of driving for the day, so we picked a large safe place to…