Falling Uphill book cover and Scott standing on the edge of Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa
Scott Stoll being interviewed while his bicycle is on the red, white and blue podium, occupying first, second and third place.
Scott Stoll's bicycle is honored on the podium at the Downer Classic leg of Tour of America's Dairyland.

VIP On The Race Podium

As a post-world-tour honor, myself and my bike got to occupy first, second and third place on the podium at the Downer Classic race at the Tour of America’s Dairyland. I also had the chance to share my story with the crowd.

I’ve always been impressed that many world-class cyclists and teams that don’t qualify for the Tour de France come to Wisconsin for our excellent race series also including Super Week starting soon.

I’ve been honored in so many ways since I’ve returned that I can’t express my gratitude enough. One thing I am especially grateful for is all the stories of people that have been inspired by my trip and book. I’ve always imagined that people didn’t need to make all my “mistakes” and that my trials, tribulations and life experience would help jump-start other people’s lives.

Scott Stoll being interviewed at super week downer classic
Scott Stoll being interviewed on state at the Super Week Downer Classic leg. At the time, it was the biggest bicycle race in the world coinciding with the Tour de France.

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