You're welcome to follow along on my past trips!
Off the Beaten Track in Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, & Laos is a five-month cycling journey to experience places in these countries that I've not been to before from November 2012 to April 2013.
A Grand Ride of the American Southwest is a cycling trip from San Francisco to Arizona via the California coast, then back via southern Utah and Nevada from April to August 2012.
Indian Ramble was a backpacking trip through India and Thailand from November 2011 to April 2012.
Asian Journey, ran from early 2010 to early 2011. The journey started in northeastern Thailand and headed north on a mountainous route through Laos and Vietnam to the heights of eastern Tibet, then on to the heart of China. The second part looped through western India, primarily Gujarat State.
Asia Again, my 2008-2009 adventure, relates the 18-month high-flying journey through China (twice!), Central Asia, India, Southeast Asia, and Tibet.
A Sentimental Return to the TransAmerica Trail After 31 Years tells of a ride way out east in Maryland, Washington D.C., Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio in autumn 2007, inspired by the reunion of my fellow riders from a 1976 Virginia-Oregon Bikecentennial ride.
One Year in Asia tells the story of a 17-month epic cycling trip in 2005-2007, including a ride all the way across China from Southeast Asia to Central Asia, plus a pair of rides in India—one in the Himalayas (near the headwaters of the Ganges) and one in the south, capped off with cycling in Cambodia and southern Thailand.
Cycling Thailand to China was amazing for astounding variety—a four-month ride from tropics of central Thailand to the great ice mountains of the eastern Himalayas in 2004-2005.
Cycling Across Northern Europe begins in the land of Vikings—Denmark—and journeys east across Sweden and Estonia to the larger-than-life land of Russia in the summer of 2003.
Cycling Thailand & Laos heads for the Mekong River and a journey across lush rice paddies and across jungle-clad mountains in the winter of 2002-2003.
Cycling Indian Himalaya began in Leh, Ladakh, and took "Bessie Too the Bicycle" and me over one of the world's highest road passes in late 2002.
Cycling Pakistan & India tells of an epic bicycle ride from the Karakoram Mountains of northern Pakistan to the warms seas at the southern tip of India; the six-month ride began at the troubled time of September 2001.
Makalu Trek in Nepal had more than its share of trials and tribulations; it lasted four weeks and took place in autumn 2000.
Mountain Biking Lhasa to Kathmandu, told by fellow cyclist Chris Sandvig, relates the awe-inspiring and very challenging cycling tour in Tibet and Nepal that our small group rode in 1999. It's one of the world's highest sustained altitude rides, absolutely breathtaking!