Welcome to all our new friends from the Book Expo America. My partner, Dr Sara Williams, and I had a great time participating as both
Sometimes Scott Stoll dreams of that first day on Mars. He steps outside, the rusty red rocks kicking up a fine dust beneath his feet. He is in an extra-terrestrial bowl surrounded by an eroded rim that rises gently on the horizon, forming the lip of a vast crater.
The good news is that I won’t have to eat worms and algae for the rest of my life; the bad news is that I failed to qualify for the next round of Mars One.
Hang on to your hearts ladies, I’ve got my own centerfold in a new bicycle calendar.
I have had many impromptu interviews all over the world, including the Fitness Guru on Sirius Radio and Around the World Radio.
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.
I am one of the 297 people selected from the United States, half which are woman and about 75 in my age group. I am excited to be part of this! Even in a thousand years everyone will remember the first trip to Mars.
Scott’s story appears in newspapers, on television, radio, internet and more.
The best newspaper and magazine articles about my bicycle tour around the world.
SCOTT STOLL BIKED around the world, cycling a whopping 25,742 miles in four years. He wrote about his continent-hopping bike trip in the book Falling Uphill.
Starting this Saturday, it’s the 41st year of RAGBRAI, where 13,000 bicyclists ride from the west side of Iowa to the east. I’ve been invited as a VIP member of the Mankind Project.
Here is a short news clip about the Dalai Lama’s recent visit to Madison, Wisconsin. He was the guest of honor at the “Change your mind, change the world” panel discussion along with other visionaries and leaders in their field.