On May 16, Season Two of In4LO premiered on Amazon Prime. Unlike Season One which was also viewable on Youtube, Season Two of In4LO is available exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. Members of Amazon Prime can stream In4LO for free, while non-Prime members can purchase episodes for $0.99.
With Season Two of In4LO we’ve moved to a new format. We’ve dropped the “reality TV” feel, and will be focusing more on the people, their stories, and why they love off-roading. We will also focus less on hard-core rock-crawling trails and feature trails that appeal to a wider audience – “everyman” trails. This does not mean you will never see a new In4LO episode about a hard-core rock-crawling trail, but harder trails will no longer be the focus.
Season Two is off to a great start with Episode 1 “Combat Crawlers In4LO”. For this episode we followed a few members of the all-military-veterans Jeep club Combat Crawlers as they tackle Sidewinder Trail in the Corral Canyon OHV area in Southern California.
Because Sidewinder trail is not an especially difficult trail, it gives us more time to have each member tell us a little about themselves, and why they love off-roading. And why, in the case of some of these veterans, how off-roading and 4x4ing in their Jeeps can be therapeutic. As mentioned by Grant Peters in his interview, the club [Combat Crawlers] uses off-roading as one way to help prevent veterans from committing suicide.
Even though the Sidewinder trail is not an ‘extreme’ trail, the trail still offered plenty of challenges for the group – enough to prevent them from reaching their goal of watching a beautiful sunset from Los Pinos Peak. But this did not prevent the group of veteran off-roaders from having a great time.
You can watch In4LO Season Two on Amazon Prime Video now. Free for all Amazon Prime members.