Alaska to Tierra Del Fuego in 3.5 Years
January 19, 2010 3:07 PM   Subscribe

Thanks--I've just about finished reading Crazy Guy on a Bike, which I think I also found on Metafilter. I was pretty sure someone would come along with another adventure travel blog. This is what I read over morning coffee.
posted by texorama at 3:54 PM on January 19, 2010

I've just about finished reading Crazy Guy on a Bike...

Featuring MeFi's own JeffL.
posted by popechunk at 6:35 PM on January 19, 2010

OMG, I so would not leg-wrestle those dudes.
posted by serazin at 7:48 PM on January 19, 2010 [1 favorite]

Interestingly, it's not the same one.

This guy rode from Tokyo to London, via such unusual places as Uzbekistan and remote Tibet.

I'll try this one out too, though.
posted by texorama at 9:27 PM on January 19, 2010

I really admire people with this much free time on their hands.
posted by Panjandrum at 10:59 PM on January 19, 2010

Main self I am a couch potatoes I dont exercise a lot bat I edmair and support the Sports
posted by johnkatz at 3:45 AM on January 20, 2010

I have gotten to the point with bikes that I have trouble processing anything cycling related that hasn't been passed through the BikesnobNYC snark-filter.
posted by wcfields at 3:47 AM on January 20, 2010

I started following them when they first started but then stopped after they pulled that stupid shit in the Grand Canyon.
posted by nestor_makhno at 9:50 AM on January 20, 2010

Goat occasionally posts on the fixed gear gallery forum. You run into interesting equipment problems when you're riding those kinds of miles.
posted by craven_morhead at 11:14 AM on January 20, 2010

Honestly I have met so many of these people here in Alaska that I am not so easily impressed. I met a dude who walked from Patagonia across the Bering Strait and plans to go all the way to London. He set the bar pretty high.
posted by stinker at 11:17 AM on January 20, 2010

Holy shit! I went to college with Goat. We were in the theater department together. He married two of my dear friends. Wow!

PS: In college, he lived in a tree. He's a fantastic guy, if quite odd.
posted by mollymayhem at 10:10 AM on January 31, 2010

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