In 2001, martial arts-trained biker Glen Heggstad began a journey from California to the tip of South America on his motorcycle and made it as far as Colombia, where he was kidnapped by local rebels and held captive. Undeterred by more than a month of traumatic incarceration, the "Striking Viking" finished his trip after being released.
Three years later he set out into the world on his bike again, this time searching for truth on his own terms in a world that had become strangled by a climate of fear. Starting his trip in Japan, he traveled through Siberia, Mongolia, Europe, the Middle East, South East Asia, and Africa, stopping in more than 30 countries to deliver his message of the real United States, as he knew it.
Unique stories and gritty adventure fill this quest for new sights and insights amongst extreme temperatures, knee-deep mud, bureaucratic roadblocks, health problems, and loneliness.
Glen Heggstad is the author of Two Wheels Through Terror. He was the youngest Hell's Angel ever voted in and his story of harrowing capture by Colombian rebels has been featured on 48 Hours, Larry King Live, MSNBC, a National Geographic Channel docudrama, and NPR.
Pages - 424
Illustrations - 16-page color section
Format - 6 by 9 inches
Binding - Paperback
One More Day Everywhere: Crossing 50 Borders on the Road to Global Understanding by Glen Heggstad