54 Across Patagonia: Day 1- Buenos Aires
Greetings from Buenos Aires, Argentina, where over the next month, I will be bicycling from mid-Patagonia down to the southern tip of the island of
Allemande (to pass through, as in a dance)
Today was my 25th day of riding for a cure across Vietnam. I also cruised past the 2,000km mark today as well (around 1300 miles).
To bicycle solo, even for one day, in Vietnam is to be a participant on a journey of contrasts. In the midst of my sunny,
Inner Tube Lore
Today I had to stop and get my tire fixed. Normally this is a job I do myself, but I had already changed one flat
Several times a day (even when I’m not riding my bike), I get random flash-backs from previous rides. Anything can set it off; a bridge
There’s a pattern to what appears at first glance to be mayhem encountered when riding a bicycle in city traffic in Vietnam. That goes the
Day 1: 53 Across Vietnam, Hanoi to Hoah Binh
I had a great evening in Hanoi last night, gaining new perspectives. After spending the afternoon building the bike (look, ma, no leftover bike parts!),
Good Morning, Vietnam!
I woke up at the crack of dawn this morning and for a brief moment, thought I was back in my home on Nicollet Island
“Ima Seoul Man”: 53 Across Vietnam Update
I have to say that the 16 hours I spent on layover in Seoul on my way to Hanoi, Vietnam were worth it (including the
53 Across Vietnam begins today!
Greetings from MSP airport! I’m in! The bike is hopefully headed on a conveyor belt towards the right plane, and meanwhile, I’m in Delta sky
Why I Ride
In about ten days, my trusty Surly Straggler bicycle and I will be boarding a Delta flight to Korea, and then connecting to Hanoi, Vietnam,
Tales From a Bicycle Seat- with Canadian artist Pam Hall
Listen to the latest segment of my adventure-podcast, Tales From a Bicycle Seat, with Canadian artist Pam Hall. Her work has been exhibited across the
53 Across Vietnam (2019)
George Maurer is Riding for a Cure link=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNmiutW4s_8&feature=youtu.be”][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text] George rides once again in memory of Carolyn Held, a close friend who made her own bicycle
51 Across Sri Lanka: Final Thoughts
“Wisdom can be found traveling.” – Sri Lankan proverb There are two ways to move through the world; as a tourist, or as a traveler.
Insane, and in Possession of a Bicycle
Day 16: Captain’s Log, Earth Date 7.22.2017 Beach encampment on the coast of Urumale, Talaimannar Village South, Mannar Island, Sri Lanka 4:30am Loudspeakers from the
Cultural Triangles, Circles, and Conundrums
Yesterday, we departed the “Cultural Triangle“ region of Sri Lanka that we had been working our way through.” Similar to Grant and my Icelandic bicycling