Archive for September, 2010, Briarcliff Manor Biker, September 19

Before setting off, I had the opportunity to talk to Barbara Livingston Nackman of We  discussed the itinerary, the interviews and the motivation behind my journey to find inner peace. Read the entire article here:

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The Moment of Truth!

That’s it – the moment of truth is here. It’s 10:30pm and tomorrow the Ride begins. The bike is all packed, including laptop so I’m blogging from my iPhone. As the pictures show, the luggage is pretty excessive and I’m worried about the weight distributed a little too high and too far back. Will have […]

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The Ride Of Your Life Album

Every ride needs a soundtrack: The Ride Of Your Life is available on iTunes and Amazon, or you can just listen for free using the widget below. I wrote the music, played the instruments, and recorded it in my basement. Hope you enjoy it! Click here to listen on iTunes > Click here to listen […]

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Photo and Video Gear I am Taking with Me

Photo and Video Gear

Ride Of Your Life started as my own personal midlife cross-country fantasy. I then thought it would be nice to share my thoughts and experiences from the road using a simple blog, perhaps with some videos, Twitter, interview a few people… Eventually it became a project. The video stuff in particular was a little challenging […]

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The Huffington Post, Jennifer Edwards, September 16


Jennifer Edwards writes about human experience as expressed in the arts and creative process, and its scientific study. A few years before setting out on the road I had the pleasure of speaking with her about motorcycles, family, creativity, technology, and inner peace. Here it is on the Huffington Post:

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The Clothes Make the Man’s Ego

Clothes and Ego

We’ve all heard that “the clothes make the man” or that “you are what you wear”. And sometimes it is pretty astounding to see how different one looks when wearing different clothes. Check me out in the picture below. No jeans, no bandanna, no leather, no boots. I’m on my way to a wedding, wearing my best […]

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