Header Image: Marchers in Hong Kong participate in worldwide rallies surrounding COP21, the 2015 Paris Climate Conference
This project isn’t just mine. Its existence and development rely on the support of countless people. I want to thank everyone who has helped me get to where I am and keep going, everyone who has taught me, and everyone who has been a friend.
So thank you: to my friends and family, my teachers, my employers, my sponsors and my hosts. And a special thanks to Maia Watkins and Jay Barlow for their ongoing work with logistics and promotion.
Want to lend a hand? There are lots of ways to help, if you’re a business, nonprofit, a person living along my route, or none of the above!
Everyone collaboration: Have any friends who would be interested in my project, especially ones along my route? Point them my way. Want to support me financially? I’m not taking any personal monetary support for this project, but there are plenty of great organizations working on climate issues–my personal favorite is 350.org. Want to join me on the road? Have a story to tell? Have other ways you think you can help? Contact
Sponsorships: Do you represent a company that might be interested in supporting the tour? I’d be happy to talk about roles you can play with publicity and events along the road. Contact
Hosts and local collaborations: Add yourself or your organization to my map! My route is not set set in stone, so if you’re along or near my route please get in contact.
- Southern China–In the summer and fall of 2015, I cycled 4,500 km around southwestern China, Vietnam, and the Tibetan border regio
- North Silk Road and the Mediterranean–In the Spring and Summer of 2016, I biked from central China to Montenegro, through the countries lining the historic northern Silk Road
- The Americas–In this third phase, I plan to bike south through the Americas, beginning at the Arctic Sea and biking south to the Andes, then heading southeast through Brasil and Argentina to Cape Horn, and finally northward along the Carretera Austral, ending the adventure in Vaparaíso, Chile
- Europe, Africa-Time, funding, and unforeseen circumstances delayed this part of the tour, but I still hope to cycle across Europe and parts of Africa as soon as I can
Curious what happened to my fundraiser for 350.org? I’ve separated those efforts from the 360 by bike project. If you’re interested in knowing more, feel free to contact me.