Radio

A little-known fact about me: I used to be a radio correspondent. I was the Bicycling Ambassador on Around the World Travel Radio until they went off the air. I also did dozens of other radio interviews in various countries. Here are a few that I managed to save.

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

Scott Stoll’s Media Appearances

Links to all of Scott Stoll’s favorite media appearances: newspaper, magazine, television, radio, web and more.

Prototype habitats line up on Mars
Scott's Adventures

My Quest to Bicycle Mars

In case you didn’t hear, I made round 2.5 of the Mars One project and my quest to be the first person to bicycle two planets. Listen to my NPR interview.

Scott dipping his bicycle wheel in the Mississippi River at the end of RAGBRAI XLI
Scott's Adventures

The world’s largest bike ride

I’ve been told many times: “You haven’t cycled the world until you’ve cycled RAGBRAI.” And, now I know why!

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?

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.

Scott Stoll sitting at the radio soundboard.
Scott's Adventures

Sustainable Futures

I recently did an in-depth interview in Vancouver for Sustainable Futures with Ryan Fletcher. This two part episode features stories of my travels framed in the context of creating a sustainable future and the rise of a global consciousness.

A sign for Glacier Air tours Squamish, British Columbia
Scott's Adventures

Learning how to fly

A story about my first flying lesson. My instructor was a stunt pilot and gave me one golden rule: “Don’t turn the plane upside down. It’s not designed for that.”

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