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I've had the chance to speak with Daniel about his adventure. His passion for the bicycle and more so for mental health are outstanding. I ride with him in spirit.
I always recommend people keep their stories short and sweet. Here is the shortest and sweetest so far. Congratulations on taking life into your own hands.
Here is a a resourceful microadventure in India by bicycle. I like the reference to a "A philosophical experience".
My son, Prescott Lee Goodman, 15, was a fearless and passionate bike rider who loved nothing more than to be a leader in his sport.
This is an excerpt from Changing Gears: A Family Odyssey to the End of the World by Nancy Sathre-Vogel. Together with her husband and children, Nancy rode her bicycle from Alaska to Argentina. Changing Gears is her travel memoir from her time on the road.
Scott Stoll is an author from my hometown who served as the U.S. Embassy’s cultural ambassador in Argentina during the 2011-2012 school year. His time in Argentina and collaboration with Argentine schools resulted in a Spanish language version of his book, Falling Uphill: The Secret of Life, about his 4 year journey around the world on his bicycle.
With winter weather the current reality it is a natural time to reflect on the past summer and it’s warmth. My past summer was spent walking across the US on the Pacific Crest Trail, a 2660-mile footpath from Mexico to Canada.
This recent guest post arrived just days ahead of a news story about Lance Armstrong full of controversy, upset and -- maybe -- inspiration.
My husband Mark Schulze is the inventor of the video helmet camera. I was there to photograph him wearing his gargantuan invention.
Months ago I 'Discovered' that I had a gift which would "Transform Lives with the Gift of Mobility." That gift was cycling!
There is no better way to explore a country than by bicycle. And if you're going to be cycling the length of a country, why not do it for charity?
This humorous essay by one of America's greatest authors gave birth to many famous quotes about riding a bicycle. And it was written in 1884 shortly before women suffragists.