Quick updates about some popular adventures in the news. By Scott.
Ben Lecomte has already swum across the Atlantic Ocean. Now hew will attempt to swim across the Pacific Ocean. This a dramatic attempt to raise awareness about ocean plastic.
Another story that makes me jealous. The first human-powered, tricycle ride to the South Pole.
I've been posting stories about adventurers (argonauts or in this case an astronaut) for about 13 years, despite many people saying there is nothing left to explore.
It seems being an adventurer is getting more and more extreme. Pictured here is Pat Farmer. He has begun a ultra endurance run from the North Pole to the South Pole.
Here's an incredible story. Two legally blind people will be riding a tandem bicycle unassisted from Argentina to Alaska.
Social media has really helped promote cycle touring, push the envelope and has become a major vehicle for creating awareness. Here's a noteworthy adventure and cause.
British explorer Jock Wishart and Old Pulteney Single Malt Scotch Whisky have unveiled a remarkable mission to conquer what could be one of the world’s last great "firsts" -- the first rowing attempt to one of the world’s Poles.
Congratulations to Ed Stafford who just finished his epic 2-year walk down the Amazon River. Which Sir Ranulph Fiennes says is "in the top league of expeditions past and present."
Haidar Taleb, the disabled 47-year-old from the United Arab Emirates is about to embark on a 200-mile voyage across the desert in a solar-powered wheelchair which he designed and built himself.
One of my favorite books as a kid was Kon-Tiki. Here's an interesting adventure that I've been following. Plastiki, a boat made of 12,000 plastic bottles nears end of Pacific voyage.
At first Heinz Stucke, the man who is rumored to have done more bicycle touring than anyone in history, was just a rumor. Then I met someone who met someone who met Heinz, and then not too long ago I met someone who met Heinz, confirming that he is still going.