Welcome to the CollectiveThe World by Road Collective is an extension of our original expedition that started it all and is committed to bringing people throughout the world closer together through travel, exploration and adventure. The Collective is simple, it’s a group of experienced writers, photographers, videographers coming together to share their work and experiences. Through creative, artistic and thought provoking content, the goal of the Collective is to showcase the world in a different light. Read more
The Drive Around the World ExpeditionInspired by adventurer Harold Stephens, Steve Bouey and Steve Shoppman founded The World by Road, and beginning in 2007, successfully circumnavigated the globe in a 2004 Toyota Sequoia (Little Pepe) and a 2007 Toyota Tundra (The Thundra), passing through 69 countries, visiting 6 continents and covering nearly 80,000 miles in the process. With an objective to circle the world both east to west and north to south, the expedition successfully finished journeying as far north and as far south as roads run on each continent. Read more
As everyone is certainly well aware, there was a bombing last week at the 117th running of the Boston Marathon. With no know terrorists organizations claiming immediate responsibility, an anxious public desperately searched for clues and eagerly waited for answers into the identity of the suspect(s). Wild speculation was the order of the day and pundits “in the know” even went as far as to incorrectly and absurdly spew theories about who did it, such as Fox News contributor and overall hack Erik Rush, who claimed “Muslims are evil. Let’s kill them all,” and that it was the Saudi’s who were to blame. A Saudi man was initially questioned by Boston Police but released shortly thereafter. →
We have been working on a documentary about bike community for about a year now and are nearly finished. It is called Bike Driven, and over the course of the last year we have filmed some serious nutballs riding the funkiest of setups in Denver, even tall bikes, but none this tall. The bike is insane and the ride in the video is from a gathering called LA Bike Cult. →
Upon a little tangent on the internet today, I discovered pretty much the coolest snake and also the wierdest viperkeeper on the planet. The snake is called Atheris hispida, and it lives in Central Africa. Since I am not a zoologist, scientist or snake expert, I will save you the time of reading a long post that is probably full of falsities anyway. Just watch the ViperKeepers video below, he is a truly awesome snake loving nerd. A warning though, … →
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These days there are countless names in the wingsuit flying world that are pushing the limits, getting arrested, getting hurt doing the wildest of flights. All of their stunts often get them some money or fame…maybe even some money. Without a doubt their antics get the insane stamp smacked right across their forehead. →
Will Laughlin is going to be our next speaker. If you don’t already know who he is, you should, because he is pretty awesome! His presentation will likely be one of our best yet!