Stories and itineraries

Date published: 09/7/22 10:33 AM

I Tested The SUV Kit

I had the chance to test it during a nice and warm weekend in July, with a Honda CRV. I am sharing my experience and what I got out of it.

Date published: 01/31/22 4:28 PM

Building a Factory for the RoadLoft Workshop

From the end of our first year of operation, in 2019, we began to plan the construction of a infrastructure to adequately meet the growing demand.  We needed a modern workshop, tailor-made for our needs, ergonomic for our employees. Where to install an automated line to produce more and maintain a higher level of quality…. View Article

Date published: 01/5/22 10:08 AM

Year in review 2021 at RoadLoft

Pride and gratitude towards our team and our customers are the two feelings that sum up our year 2021. In our first two years, 2018-2019, everything had to be done. In 2020, to meet growing demand, we had planned a lot, organized our future. We had to make the leap from artisanal to industrial fashion… View Article

Date published: 11/26/21 9:36 AM

RoadLoft, three years already!

I remember the excitement of November 29, 2018, of the slogan that summed up the RoadLoft adventure: Follow your dreams, they know the way! From the moment we put online. From the moment when, 40 minutes later, we saw a first order appear (thank you Michelyne and Pierre for your trust). It was an… View Article

Date published: 10/25/21 10:34 AM

Open borders, road trip in the US!

A road trip in the USA in November and December With the opening of the US borders on November 8, travel enthusiasts can not only dream of their next destination, they can now finally live it! This news brings back lasting memories in my memory. Because we made several road trips in the southern US… View Article

Date published: 08/27/21 11:40 AM

Van life : where to sleep? Vanfriendly municipalities

With the vanlife popularity, nomadic campers are multiplying. Faced with the excesses of 2020, some municipalities have closed themselves off to this type of camper, but this is not the case for all. Today we want to share with you some of these vanfriendly municipalities, which offer boondocking spots. Let’s celebrate them, thank them and… View Article

Date published: 06/8/21 11:47 AM

The #roadloftcare movement to take care of nature

From the start, RoadLoft’s mission has been to bring people into nature, while respecting it. This year, we had the idea to push this intention a little further. This is why, on May 27, we appealed to everyone: to go and clean up their favorite spot in nature, together, at the same time on June… View Article

Date published: 05/13/21 2:47 PM

Why adopt Vanlife

Vanlife is a phenomenon that has spread like wildfire in recent years. Of course, the possibility of installing a removable conversion kit in your everyday vehicle (mini-van) in a few minutes opens wide the doors of accessibility to the Vanlife! But how to define this increasingly popular movement? In the literal sense, it is the… View Article

Date published: 07/16/20 2:22 PM

A tour of the Island of Montreal by minivan!

The pandemic has affected everyone’s daily lives and has even deprived us of access to national, regional and provincial parks during the lockdown. From you to me, nature contributes to our physical and mental health immensely! How can I, a Montrealer by adoption, recharge my batteries despite the closure of Quebec’s regional travel destinations and… View Article

Date published: 06/11/20 6:57 PM

The importance of a layout that adapts to ALL needs

During a mountain bike trip in Arizona, we noticed on the way back from a ride that a strap on our bike rack was broken. As a result, we could no longer put one of the two bikes on its rack to get around and we were at least 30 km away from civilization. After… View Article

Date published: 06/2/20 5:28 PM

Working on Quebec roads with the RoadLoft kit

by Sophie Corriveau I’ve been traveling the roads of Quebec as a photographer and videographer for nearly three years. My goal is to discover and capture the most beautiful landscapes of our country. Spring, summer, fall or winter… the four seasons make me vibrate. In order to make the most of my work stays across… View Article

Date published: 01/9/20 3:29 PM

Southwestern USA: Discover the giant cacti of southern Arizona!

If you’re charmed by the idea of spending several days among cacti, these two destinations in southern Arizona are definitely worth including in your itinerary! Boyce Thompson Arboretum or cactus lover’s paradise. One of our favourites of this trip was definitely our visit of the Boyce Thompson Arboretum located in the Sonoran Desert, an outdoor… View Article

Date published: 12/17/19 5:51 PM

Southwestern USA: Mountain biking in Sedona and Arizona’s scenic routes!

Duration: 3 to 5 days minimum. Mountain biking in beautiful Sedona Sedona is definitely a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, whether for hiking, climbing or mountain biking. We had been to Sedona in previous years, but this time around, with our bikes on the roof, we knew we’d spend a lot more time there! With over… View Article

Date published: 11/23/19 8:29 PM

Southwestern US: Grand Canyon and Mythical Arizona Road

Perfect Boondocking Spot in the Grand Canyon As soon as we arrived at the Grand Canyon, we met a fabulous local who shared with us her must-see places in the park. She also shared THE SPOT for us to camp at, for free, directly in the park, completely legally! In fact, the Grand Canyon is… View Article

Date published: 11/12/19 10:47 PM

Southwestern US: 4th time in the Southwestern US

We have to admit, we have a soft spot for this region of the Northern Hemisphere. As a proof, Sam always gets the southwest sauce when he eats at Subway, haha! Desert, Canyon, large open spaces; we love to migrate south in the fall to get some sun! It should be noted that in the… View Article

Date published: 04/9/19 5:28 PM

Nova Scotia: Our 5 favorites from Cape Breton Island

Have you ever found yourself breathless in front of a landscape, because there is so much beauty in one place? Well, that’s exactly the effect Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia had on us last summer. As soon as we arrived on the island, we found the same feeling of wonder we felt 3 years… View Article

Date published: 01/22/19 4:43 PM

The passion of traveling freely

Traveling in your van means being able to sleep in your warm bed every night, under a starry sky. It means to take your coffee in the morning admiring a canyon. It means to cook a good meal in front of a turquoise lake. And above all, it means to have the opportunity to move… View Article