360 By Bike Will Be On Hiatus for the UN Climate Conference in Marrakech

I just wanted to let everyone know that there will be an interruption to the normal flow of content here. For the next few weeks, I’ll be attending the 22nd UN Climate Conference (COP22) in Morocco. I’ll mostly be writing for The Verb, a newswire service that brings technical expertise to environmental news coverage and syndicates … Continue reading 360 By Bike Will Be On Hiatus for the UN Climate Conference in Marrakech

On Tour: 12 Questions for Forrest Watkins, 360 By Bike Founder

During an idle moment at a laboratory bench three years ago, Forrest first mentioned to me the idea of traveling to Asia and riding his bike home – to Oregon. The mindfulness of his subsequent work was exactly what I had come to expect of my friend and lab partner. A year into following his writing and photography, I was eager to turn the lens on Forrest. How does the narrator of 10,000 km of climate change stories describe what he is doing, and how is he holding up? Continue reading On Tour: 12 Questions for Forrest Watkins, 360 By Bike Founder

Azerbaijan, The Land of Fire: 19 Photos From the Road

Baku, Azerbaijan/Bakı, Azərbaycan to Tbilisi, Georgia/თბილისი, საქართველო – 635 km this section (Total Mileage: 9,426 km/40,075 km) Tracing the name Azerbaijan back through history, one arrives at the Old Iranian word Āturpātākān, meaning The Land of Fire. In these lands, oil and gas deposits were known to turn earth to flame. Hindu and Zoroastrian worshipers used oil in sacred rites and channeled gas … Continue reading Azerbaijan, The Land of Fire: 19 Photos From the Road