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The original Survivor logo customized with Scott's name along with outwit, outplay, outlast.

Survivor Audition Tape

This is my third video for Survivor. It’s been my dream to get on this show since episode 1. I think I would be both entertaining and competitive. If nothing else, I think fans would enjoy watching the man who cycled the world embarrass himself at the physical challenges. Wish me luck!


Falling Uphill Next Generation Indie Book Award 2018 Memoir Personal Struggle

My Indie Book Award Arrived

My award arrived in the mail for the anniversary edition of Falling Uphill. Yay! You could call this my coming of age journey. The sequel is planned for 2037. I imagine I’ll have some interesting perspective as I do it all again. Well… maybe not the whole world via bicycle. Thank you Next Generation Indie Book Awards


The Dream Team wearing the 3 hats of turning dreams into reality: dream it, map it, play it.

Our new kid-friendly website

Please visit our new website Dreamplay. It’s been 4-years in the making. Along with our new book, “Dream it!” We’re dedicated to teaching kids how to dream and how to turn those dreams into reality using our formula: Dream it! Map it! Play it! And, to do that we use traditional pencil-and-paper games and evidence-based… Continue Reading


Rim Trail, Grand Canyon Village, United States

How my teacher helped me live my life

By Cindy Trillo Location: The Grand Canyon I grew up in Tucson, Arizona, the second-largest population center in the state. It can be tempting to think your home is boring or pedestrian, and for a long time, I did – I grew up in a suburb, went to school in a typical district with a typical curriculum, and… Continue Reading


The world is your oyster. By Slavman. A woman holding a globe and dreaming of traveling the world.

Staying safe in an ever-changing world

By Cindy Trillo Location: The World Staying Safe When Exploring An Ever Changing World For thirty years there’s been a progressive breaking down of borders and today, there are zero borders Americans cannot cross – in principle, anyway. There are obviously a few notable caveats to this rule, and places that are tougher to access, but… Continue Reading


The Adventure Begins. Coffee cup in mountain stream. By Fredrick Kearney Jr

Why Take a Gap Year to Travel the World?

Travel broadens your horizons, opens doors to new experiences and people, and changes you unequivocally, as you realize that you are capable of setting your fears aside and being a citizen of the world. The problem with setting aside travel to the future is that once you start working, it can be challenging to take a ‘real holiday’. But here is why you need to do it!


Ben Lecomte in wetsuit

Man to swim across the Pacific Ocean

Update on an adventure over 6 years in the making. Ben has finally begun. Back in October, 2015, when Ben, the first man to attempt to swim across the Pacific Ocean, finished prepping his support boat, he took some time to answer our question about his motivation: “I would say that I am not a… Continue Reading


Tim Moss, Oncoming Traffic. Cycling the world.

With the sun on our right

The people we met while cycling the world Editor’s Note: As adventurer Tim Moss was discussing possible covers for his book, and even though I have also traveled the world, I still had to ask him, “How did you travel around the world with the sun always on your right-hand side? It sounds ridiculous, but… Continue Reading


Rev Johannes Myors and his recumbant bicycle Alice on a mission.

An Accident Can’t Stop A Mission From God

The Bicycling Reverend Editor’s Note: “With every revolution of the wheels… a prayer goes up to Heaven.” This is Reverend Johannes Myors’ mantra as he rides his bicycle. He is about to start his 73rd mission bike tour to help people in need that he meets along the way. But you don’t have to be… Continue Reading


Family travel winter vacation

7 Extreme Sports Destinations for Your Entire Family

By Alexander Povetkin Location: The World. Some like peaceful and lazy rests on the beach, while others prefer adrenaline and active sports, and the number of extreme lovers grows from year to year. Today, the most popular extreme sports include bungee jumping, surfing, windsurfing, and paragliding. Sure, each of them has its own risks, but… Continue Reading


Napali Coast by boat

48 hours in Kauai

Better known for honeymoons and lazy romantic getaways than nonstop 48-hour solo blitzes, Kauai easily proved itself easily capable of handling the latter. Booked at the last minute when an upcoming weekend freed up, I avoided looking at pictures ahead of time; I wanted all 550 square miles to be a surprise. The crowing of… Continue Reading


Frosty Wooldridge arrives at Atlantic Ocean during his Northern Tier bicycle tour.

Northern Tier Bicycle Tour

Editor’s Note: An update on Frosty’s adventures and a nice snapshot of those special moments of that make travel worthwhile. He sure does keep busy! It reminds me that I have to stop writing books adventures and get out have a new adventure! By Frosty Woolridge Location: North America Adventure creates unique “moments” for your… Continue Reading


How to make an audio book with a cat. *Sarcasm*

How to make a travel audiobook

A guide for the complete beginner Well, the first step, as you can see, is to get a cat that walks over your keyboard and thumps his tail on your microphone when you least expect it. (Below is a close up of how he likes to edit my books.) Okay, seriously, I’m not a professional,… Continue Reading



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