I’m bicycling 8,000 miles to South America. For me, this is a spiritual quest: my original purpose was to “meet the gods” even though I don’t know if the divine is real or, if it is, where we might find it.
However, as I travel my purpose has widened. I’ve witnessed firsthand the power of adventure—even a carefully planned, well prepared adventure—to change lives. I define adventure as undertaking something so big or so difficult you’re not sure whether you can even complete it. That means your adventure challenges you over and over, helping you discover your limits, your strengths and who you really are.
I like to share this experience with others. At different points on my journey, friends and readers have joined me. None of them had any previous bicycling experience, but all of them found they could rise to the challenge and accomplish something that sounded nearly impossible. It was my honor to be beside them.
In November, there is a new chance to join the Adventure. I’ve crossed the entire United States now, and am about the start the Mexico leg. In two months, our little fellowship will bicycle Mexico from north to south, one segment at a time. You can join for any segment you like: anything from four days to a few weeks to the entire trip.
Interested? Get details here, and email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you think you might be interested.