Falling Uphill book cover and Scott standing on the edge of Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa
Screenshot of Cycle Now website and Falling Uphill book
Screenshot of Cycle Now website and comprehensive interview with Rick Owens and Scott Stoll about his new book.

Cycle Now interview

Here’s a Skype interview by Rick Owens, a guy that is truly passionate about everything bicycles. With my experience in the world of websites and video, I can attest that he puts far more effort into these videos than is apparent.

For the record, I’m enjoying Minneapolis. Bicycling down the Greenway (a rail-to-trail) and around the lakes could keep me busy for a long time.

You can keep up with Rick Owens here:
http://cyclenowshow.blogspot.com/

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More stories about the making of Falling Uphill

Cayendo Hacia Arriba Paraguay Peace Corp 03

Falling Uphill in Paraguay with the Peace Corps

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.

Scott and bicycle before mountain of salt with dramatic color range

Milwaukee Magazine — Tour de Force

My story in the acclaimed Milwaukee Magazine was on the newsstands in March and was a sweet summary of my trip. Wish I had a professional photographer following me around the world. Can you guess what that white stuff is?

Scott Stoll hands out pages with excerpts from his book, “Ruby the Red Worm’s Dirty Job,” to students at the Waukesha STEM Academy’s Randall Campus this week. Students are drawing illustrations for the book. Photo by Wentz-Graff, Milwaukee Journal

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel article

World traveler came home to fulfillment. This is a great story about my trip around the world, coming home, and how this all evolved into working with local schools to illustrate children’s books.