Author Archive: Scott Stoll
Scott circumnavigates North America on a bicycle towing a trailer of books. Update 6-2010: I’m a little sad to announce that the bicycling part of the Falling Uphill Book Tour has concluded here in Wisconsin. I traveled about halfway around the country before realizing I was being over-ambitious, and that promoting a book is a
Thanks to Colleen (a registered nurse) for some more questions that might make the chapter titles for the next book. How often did you need to access real medical care (beyond the tribal “medicine man”), and what was the quality in comparison to the US?
The years have gone by fast. It’s hard to believe that it’s been 3 years since my return to America — or has it been 4 years? Days are more like hours now, perhaps it’s due to being lost in the computer world for most of my waking life.
The 2008 Friendship Rally. I met Rick & Diana Dyke-Price in Bryce Canyon National Park, a beautiful stop over for any world traveler.
Ian Hibell is a bicycle tourer that makes me feel like I should take the training wheels off my bike. Ian traveled 10 times further than what I did, about the equivalent of 10 times around the equator over his 40-year travel career.
Chris Pederson and Danny Stitt are about to begin a bicycle tour of Africa. They will be taking the eastern route from Kampala through Tanzania and Mozambique.
Introducing the Eco-Footprint Label, a nutrition label for the planet. Helping make environmentally-conscious decisions by informing shoppers of the “ingredients” in their packaging and costs of shipping.
Scott renews his spirit of adventure in Bali, Indonesia, an island full of spirit, art and crafts.
A Mother’s Day Tribute Update: Having traveled the world for years after writing this article it is interesting to discover that one of the most frequently asked questions on my trip was: Did you miss your family? Many people said the would never leave home. Here’s how my family influenced my desire to travel. Date:
The Bionic Scott Above is a picture of the inside of my knee. Almost two years ago I was knocked off my bicycle by a reckless motorist who ran a stop sign. As you can see the cartilage was torn and frayed and I had to have the loose pieces removed. It almost ended my
The mission to the moon has inspired generations. For a moment, it united humanity, and served to “to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills.”
The top 100 bicycle quotes of all time Riding a bicycle is the greatest metaphor for life and how to live life! Well… at least, we think so. That’s we started collecting these timeless quotable quotes way back in the early 1990s. Please submit your favorite inspirational bike quote. We’ll post it here. All-Time Famous