Unexpected Series_Brody Leven and Adam Clark

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An Unexpected Journey

Adventure skier Brody Leven and photographer Adam Clark are proving to be a dynamic duo across Go RVing’s social media platforms racking up a combined 10.5 million views of their quests from their first four video episodes and series teaser. The two friends are featured in Go RVing’s Unexpected series which chronicles their adventures in four different regions of the U.S. using four different types of RVs. So far, four episodes have been promoted with each adventure story being stretched across two episodes.

The first two episodes feature Brody in a Citation Sprinter Class C Motorhome by Thor Motor Coach as he prepares to compete in a 100-mile foot race in Lake Tahoe. He and Adam stop by for a visit in Denver, Colo., to train with his friend for the race. With almost no experience in running marathons, let alone ultra-marathons, Brody is in for a grueling challenge. With his girlfriend and buddies cheering him on, see how Brody performs in this ultimate test of endurance.

The next two episodes see the pair traveling to southern Utah in a TAXA Mantis. It’s a brand-new adventure as they get off the paved highways and onto the dirt roads of the desert. It’s another first for Brody as he tries his hand at canyoneering in the slot canyons with his friends, a couple living in true vanlife style. Episode four continues in Utah with Adam and Brody’s girlfriends joining them to explore and rock climb the rugged landscape.

Check out Brody’s Unexpected adventures below:


UNEXPECTED Episode 1: Preparing For Race Day


UNEXPECTED Episode 2: The 100-Mile Race


UNEXPECTED Episode 3: Canyoneering In Southern Utah


UNEXPECTED Episode 4: The Utah Adventure Continues


UNEXPECTED Episode 5: Skiing Cooke City


UNEXPECTED Episode 6: Ice Climbing Hyalite Canyon


UNEXPECTED Episode 7: Desert Ski Trip


UNEXPECTED Episode 8: Sierra Mountains Grand Finale

Brody Leven

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Brody Leven

Brody Leven is a professional skier and climber who is known for being a climate change activist and conservationist. With a passion for the outdoors early on, he graduated from Westminster College and then chose to pursue his career in climbing and skiing.