This is a copy of a post that I wrote for the blog of Climate Ride, the organization that supported this phase’s fundraising efforts. It is mostly intended for readers new to the project.
Hi, I’m Forrest, founder of 360bybike.com, an around the world (40,000 km) bike tour aimed at using on-the-ground storytelling to increase public understanding of climate change impacts and solutions. Since I started my ride four months ago, I’ve traveled 4,559 km (2,832 mi) through Southern and Western China, including the mountainous fringes of Tibet. For this first phase of the tour, I worked with Climate Ride to fundraise $3,500 for 350.org. I’m thankful to them for their fundraising tools and their support in the fundraising process.
My route over the past few months: Moving south from where I taught last year, turning west at Hong Kong, across South China to Hanoi, and then North through the easternmost part of cultural Tibet to Chengdu. Click red markers for stories from those sites.
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