Conoci a estos 4 ginetes en el Df, es increible!!!! los vi en Febrero y a estas instancias ya estan en Panama! y claro van por mas.
En fin no me queda mas que desearles la mejor vibra! para que terminen su viaje con bien :)
pd: SI mas adelante hacen otra aventura asi yo me les uno! ya arme mi bici jeje
My daughter and me met them in Salina Cruz evening of 02.03.15.
While our holiday tourfrom Mexico city to Yucatan we stopped for that night in SC, looking for one time the Pacific on our tour.
Only a few kilometers befor the city we saw Dyar and one other as they stopped under a bridge. Around 1 hour later, dark in the meantime, we already sat on a road in the city, on a small stand for a short meal when the boys arrived in oppsite for the night.
We exchanged some words and so we found out the first time about that great trip and close our day with a special highlight. got a .
Just met Ricardo in the Zocalo market in Oaxaca. Each eating empanadas from a stand. He tells me where they've been, where they're headed. I advise against the narrow road down to Huatulco where I'm staying--no good for loaded bikes. Love the sad song by the side of the road. Great journal, want to see the film that comes from it some day.
We met and hosted them at the beginning of their journey, really refreshing, and inspiring. We had a lot of fun, our daughter Josephine still speaks about them "the 5 funny guys" (i know they are 4 now, but they used to be 5 :).
The documentary side of their journey is what really interested us : we are planning to do a bit the same on a smaller scale (http://pedalemoinsvite.org/voyage2015-about/) , and they answered some of our questions.
go pedal south, go !
Ricardo’s urge to explore and travel the world was born in his childhood, in daily treks through the mountains surrounding Mexico City. Influenced by his extremely talented and creative brothers (one a musician, the other a comic book artist) Ricardo’s passion for adventure fuzed with his aptitude and desire to create compelling visual stories and made him who he is today. His vast travel-media experience ranges from photo shoots in Hawaii to documentary filmmaking in Asia and Europe. He is well along his way to fulfilling his life goal of inspiring others by exploring and sharing the good in the world.ricardopal.com
Riley has been honing his creative sensibilities since childhood. From shark power points and fanny pack roly-poly collections to present day folk music and documentary films, his projects utilize multiple aesthetic forms to articulate and share wonder through human sight and sound. Having grown up in the Texas hill country, his ideology is heavily influenced by the natural world. He has worked extensively with The Nature Conservancy in the past, and is currently shooting an underwater documentary based on the San Marcos River and correlating Texas springs and water systems.
If Dyar’s not reading or writing a story, he’s finding one. Addicted to fiction since early childhood in small-town Grandview, TX, his passion for stories led him to study English literature at the University of Texas. The university provided him several opportunities to combine writing and interviewing with travel and adventure around the world. From the Yukon wilderness to the Yucatán peninsula to the urban sprawl of Shanghai, he has come to feel at home on the road. For Dyar, the ride presents the perfect opportunity to find countless compelling characters and perhaps become his own.
Thomas Allison is a freelance photographer and multimedia journalist from Dallas, TX. He received his first 35mm camera from his grandfather as a boy and has been hooked on exploring life and the still image ever since. Thomas shifted from fine art photography to major in photojournalism at the University of Texas, where he spent three years honing his eye on assignments for The Daily Texan. His wanderlust has led him to cover stories from Central America to the Czech Republic to Shanghai, China. A lifetime lover of nature, Thomas feels most at home hiking or biking, strapped to a snowboard or sitting in a kayak. This trip represents a unique opportunity for him to try his hand at slow living and to explore through photography what it means to live in the Americas today.thomasallison.com