Book Tour

Scott’s adventures promoting his books, including a tour across the country, book signings, free giveaways and more.

Scott feeding a Bengal tiger
Scott's Adventures

Returning home as an essential part of travel

Before I even returned home from bicycling the world, I wondered if I would see everything in a new light of wisdom. Will returning to Waukesha, Wisconsin be full of fanfare or boredom?

Students from Argentina holding their certificates of achievements and their copy of "Cayendo Hacia Arriba," the book that we created together.
Books

Celebrating the book

Pictured below are the students from Argentina holding their certificates of achievements and their copy of “Cayendo Hacia Arriba” the book that we created together. In my opinion, the celebration of the book is the most important step. It helps the students realize their purpose in life, take a step of action with their passion

Sunflower cupcakes made out of candy corn.
Books

The Cupcake Boy Book Celebration

We celebrated the new book, The Cupcake Boy, at Amy Belle Elementary at their Spring Fling. It was a big success! It makes me feel fulfilled to see all the proud young student illustrators. And, the cupcake bakesale led by the PTO raised enough money to pay for the whole Make-A-Book Project with some money

Month at the Museum glass, cube-shaped bedroom
Scott's Adventures

Roommate at the Museum of Science and Industry

Once again I have applied to be a roommate at the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry. Above you see what would be my bedroom. I also imagine my bicycle, the bicycle that went around the world, occupying a very important corner, along with some maps and photos. I considered my journey as an empirical study of the meaning of life.

Here is video application to be a roommate at the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry.

Book signing celebration
Books

School book signing

The ice cream social and book signing celebration for “Ruby the Red Worm” drew over a 1000 people. It was one of the most overwhelming, amazing and fulfilling moments of my life to see the dreams of so many students coming to life.

In the studio with Larry Meiller of Wisconsin Public Radio.
Books

Wisconsin Public Radio Interviews #1 & 2

I had another great interview on WPR’s Larry Meiller program. We talked a little about my trip around the world on a bicycle, and a lot about working on the new school book project.

A colorful character looking upset while fixing a flat tire.
Scott's Adventures

Scott’s Big 4-0h! Adventure

One of the most popular questions people continue to ask me is: “What are you going to do next?”

Over 500 children and teachers standing on the playground in the shape of giant bicycle.
Books

Bicycle-shaped Kids

This is quite probably the best photograph that I ever took, which after taking pictures of world wonders, like the sphinx and the Parthenon, means a lot.

Scott Stoll being interviewed while his bicycle is on the red, white and blue podium, occupying first, second and third place.
Scott's Adventures

VIP On The Race Podium

As a post world tour honor, me 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.

Scott and bicycle before mountain of salt with dramatic color range
Big Ideas

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 invents mountain-bicycle yoga in the Himalayas
Books

Sharing Travel Experiences: Interview with Andy Hayes

Today’s interview is with Scott Stoll, author of the book Falling Uphill, founder of the adventure travel community The Argonauts, and perpetual traveler. He’s currently cycling around the world.

Scott standing in front of the salt piles at the Milwaukee Port
Big Ideas

For a guy who biked the world, you _______!

His assistant said, “I can’t believe you rode a bicycle around the world and are complaining about the sun in Milwaukee.” For the record, I’m burnt! But it is funny how every one eventually says, “For a guy who biked the world, you [insert insult] !”

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