With One More Day Everywhere, readers can share Glen Heggstad’s vision of a world ungoverned by fear and, like Glen, embrace each experience, with one eye always on the horizon. “If anyone knows determination, perseverance, agony and ...
Author: Glen Heggstad
Publisher: ECW Press
The motorcycle adventurer and author of Two Wheels Through Terror delivers a “spectacular and gripping read” of his solo journey around the world (Friction Zone). In November of 2001, on a motorcycle trip to the tip of South America, Glen Heggstad was kidnapped at gunpoint by Colombian rebels and held captive for five weeks. Yet even after his traumatic incarceration, Glen did what few others would—finished his trip. Three years later, frustrated by the climate of fear in a media-saturated world and the resulting stranglehold of self-imposed security in the United States, Glen decided to look for truth on his own terms—on the back of his motorcycle. Starting in Japan, Glen wound his way through Siberia, Mongolia, Europe, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and Africa, stopping in over thirty countries. This was not a tourist’s bus tour—Glen battled extreme temperatures, knee-deep mud, bureaucratic roadblocks, health problems, and loneliness, but these problems faded to insignificance with the thrill of the open road and the smiling receptions he received from locals and fellow bikers at every turn. With One More Day Everywhere, readers can share Glen Heggstad’s vision of a world ungoverned by fear and, like Glen, embrace each experience, with one eye always on the horizon. “If anyone knows determination, perseverance, agony and terror it is Glen Heggstad. And that motorcycles are fun!” —Jimmy Lewis, editor, Cycle World Magazine “This is a story of extreme travel at its finest.” —RoadRunner “Heggstad manages to illustrate the joys and hardships and benefits and drawbacks of two-wheeled global travel to some of the most difficult places on the planet.” —Friction Zone
I craved one last hoorah, a journey somewhere into the unpredictable to wake me up. —Glen Heggstad, Two Wheels Through Terror The journey “somewhere” ended up being a run from the swank SoCal desert to the bottom tip of South America.
Author: Bill Hayes
Get the straight facts on the legends and events that surround outlaw motorcycle clubs. Not everything is as it seems when the media is involved. Pretty much everything the world has ever heard about one-percenter motorcycle clubs has been pure, unadulterated lies. Take the so-called Hollister riot of 1947 that started it all. LIFE magazine convinced America that what Hunter Thompson called "The Menace" was about to ride into town spewing rage and 30-weight motor oil, and America believed it. So what really happened in Hollister? Greatest One-Percenter Myths, Mysteries, and Rumors Revealed divulges the truth about that incident and many more legendary events, including Charles Manson’s desire for a biker army, what really happened to the Easy Rider bikes, and an examination of the mystery of the Waco shootings. The truth will be revealed, but only if you crack the spine on this book and read the real story. Topics covered in this book include the following: Lost Lore of the Laughlin River Run The Straight Satans and Charles Manson Inside the Heads of the Infiltrators The Growth of the Three-Piece Patch in Red China The Mystery of the Easy Rider Bikes Blunders Down Under Women in the Wild: Mamas, Sheep, Ol’ Ladies, and Lies Purple Wings: Codes, Secrets, and Anti-Everything Acronyms The Holiness of Hollister, the Sins of the Scribes The Strange Rise and Fall of Japan’s Bōsōzoku Putin’s Angels: Throwing the Separation of MC and State to the Wolves Who Really Hatched Easy Rider? Confessions of Murder on National Television “Can You Guys Ride?”: Giving the Cast of Sons of Anarchy Their Keys Waco: The Biggest Mystery of All Don't believe everything the media has been telling you about 1%-er motorcycle clubs. Greatest One-Percenter Myths, Mysteries, and Rumors has the straight facts.
Fascinating insight into contemporary Colombia through the eyes of a true Colombiaphile. Political in parts but very well informed. Heggstad, Glen Two Wheels Through Terror: Diary of a South American Motorcycle Odyssey Whitehorse Press, ...
Author: Sarah Woods
Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides
This guide to Colombia reflects the resurgence of the country among travellers following years of lawlessness. With a strong focus on the country's cultural attractions, it will appeal to visitors seeking to discover Colombia's renowned flora and fauna, as well as its historic colonial cities, and its range of eco-tourism initiatives
... 147—48 Touching the Void: The True Story of One Man's Miraculous Survival, 414 Tracks:A Woman's Solo Trek Across 1,7 00 Miles of Australian Outback, 251 Trawler: A Journey Through the North Atlantic, 405 Two Wheels through Terror: ...
Author: Robert Burgin
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Successfully navigate the rich world of travel narratives and identify fiction and nonfiction read-alikes with this detailed and expertly constructed guide.
In terms of books Heggstad in his introduction . and journals there are no recallable Two Wheels Through Terror is works by Indian authors on the subject perhaps the most thrilling and absorbing and most automobile magazines devote ...
Release on 2021-10-18 | by Alejandro Herrero-Olaizola
... or Matthew Thompson's My Colombian Death: A Journey Into the Heart of South America's Most Dangerous Country (2008); or personal diaries of trips through the “land of danger” such as Glen Heggstad's Two Wheels Through Terror: Diary ...
Author: Alejandro Herrero-Olaizola
Category: Literary Criticism
This book traverses the cultural landscape of Colombia through in-depth analyses of displacement, local and global cultures, human rights abuses, and literary and media production. Through an exploration of the cultural processes that perpetuate the "darker side" of Latin America for global consumption, it investigates the "condition" that has led writers, filmmakers, and artists to embrace (purposefully or not) the incessant violence in Colombian society as the object of their own creative endeavors. In this examination of mass-marketed cultural products such as narco-stories, captivity memoirs, gritty travel narratives, and films, Herrero-Olaizola seeks to offer a hemispheric approach to the role played by Colombia in cultural production across the continent where the illicit drug trade has made significant inroads. To this end, he identifies the "Colombian condition" within the parameters of the global economy while concentrating on the commodification of Latin America’s violence for cultural consumption.
He has since written a book detailing his ordeal titled Two Wheels Through Terror. The ELN did not participate in the peace process that the administration of Andrés Pastrana Arango attempted during 1998 to 2002 with the FARC, ...
Author: Heinz Duthel
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Category: Political Science
Global Secret and Intelligence Services II Hidden Systems that deliver Unforgettable Customer Service Global Secret and Intelligence Services II Hidden Systems that deliver Unforgettable Customer Service First Edition 2006 Second Edition 2009 Third Edition 2014 Updated: UUTYG/TT5443 Note: Because of some special contents of this publication, some pages are in French, German and Italien The DEA in popular culture * The DEA.org (The Drug Enjoying Americans), a drug information site. * Gary Oldman played a corrupt DEA Agent in The Professional. * Luis Guzman and Don Cheadle play two DEA agents in the movie Traffic. * Vin Diesel plays a DEA agent in the movie A Man Apart. * Max Payne is a DEA agent in the video game series Max Payne. In the game, Max battles addicts of a fictional designer drug called Valkyr. * David Duchovny played a transvestite DEA agent, Denise/Dennis Bryson on the series, Twin Peaks. * Mary-Louise Parker finds out that her boyfriend is a DEA agent on the Showtime series "Weeds"
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Author: Cory Belyea
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Car chase in Colombia. Police extortions in Mexico. Tenacious border caddies in Central America. Terrorism in Guatemala. Century swell in the Caribbean. Twenty-six border crossings on expired Californian tags. These were just some of the events Cory Belyea, a gringo, and his trusty Pathfinder encountered on a quest that carved 22,000 miles out of the Americas on the way down to Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina. For what? The waves, the romance, the adventure? The road trip became a testament of how far a surfer would go to honor a fallen friend chasing down the dream. Would it be enough? In The Pathfinder Diaries, Belyea shares a wild, life-altering journey. Writing with candor and from the heart, his words uncover the beauty and injustices of the American continent. In his short stories, his love for the ocean, languages, and the people of Latin American shines bright. Praise for The Pathfinder Diaries “Hard to put a masterpiece into such little words. An incredible story about adventure, human connection, and friendship.” —Profesora Serocki “An epic journey of discovery and homage. Cory Belyea captures the unique love affair that all seafarers, surfers, and free-divers have with the ocean. Belyea searches for the perfect wave to honor his friend Mike, taking the reader on adventures spanning thousands of miles of land and sea throughout Latin America.” —Captain Chris
Peter Egan RANDOM SNOW FLURRIES SLANTED across my headlights like small javelins, but inside my car the CD player glowed ... A more harrowing account of riding into Latin America is provided by Glen Heggstad's Two Wheels Through Terror.
There are rumblings of the forces that would later turn Che Guevara into Fidel Castro's second-in-command, ... A more harrowing account of riding into Latin America is provided by Glen Heggstad's two Wheels through terror.
Author: Peter Egan
Publisher: Motorbooks International
"Cycle World Columnist Peter Egan shares his tales from the road, motorcycling philosophy, and keen observations about the two-wheeled life in this fresh collection of motorcycle musings delivered in his signature wise but amusing style"--
Heggstedd's Two Wheels Through woman can do . ” Theresa observes Many brave bikers have returned Terror about that rider's capture by in her book , " She overlooked the from far - off lands to narrate their Communist guerillas in ...
The “shining” is basically Halloran's grandmother's word for the ability to read minds, to see into both the past and the ... image of childhood; a spinner of suspense, a possessed vehicle of ill-intent and a symbol of psychic terror.
Author: Jeremy Withers
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
Category: Literary Criticism
"Analyzes how print and visual texts of various kinds reflect, refract, and respond to the social and political significance of the bicycle from its origins in the nineteenth century to the present"--
For most of the afternoon we ran the kids and their leaders through the tests. ... He looked up at me and I saw the terror in his wide blue eyes. “Help! ... Two Wheels and a Map That night the staff organized a campfire for the Cub 116.
Author: Bob Neubauer
Publisher: Outdoor Action Publishing
Long before smart phones and GPS devices simplified bike touring, cyclists were crossing the roads of this country, equipped with little more than two wheels and a map. This is the tale of one such rider who tackled the East Coast in the early '90s. Leaving behind an unfulfilling job, he loaded up his bike and set off, meandering along rural back roads, meeting strangers, listening to their stories and enjoying their unexpected hospitality. Not everything went as planned, though. Unforeseen circumstances forced him in directions he hadn't anticipated; searing summer heat drained his energy; and he spent many a nervous night bedding down where he didn't belong. His trip touched the tip of failure-yet succeeded in ways he hadn't imagined. Through it all, the people who crossed his path, sometimes offering only a kind word, gave him the inspiration he needed to persevere. Two Wheels and a Map details Bob Neubauer's two-part solo bike journey from Bangor, Maine, to Fort Lauderdale, Florida. His often-amusing observations on the people and predicaments he encountered along the way give the book a lighthearted tone as it chronicles his life on the open road. Bob Neubauer is also the author of Alone in Austria: A Solo Bike Trip Across Austria. It chronicles his two-wheeled journey from Salzburg to Vienna, Austria, visiting quaint villages, castle ruins and ancient monasteries.
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Author: Daniel Moeckli
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
Analyzes the human rights impacts of anti-terrorism laws and practices in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany.
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Author: Geoff Hill
This is a book about the Pan-American Highway including various twists and turns in the road, from the difficulties of getting bikes to Chile and the trials of South American border crossings, to the joys of the open road and the dubious delights of the local specialities.
After a moment or two of struggling to maintain his footing on the loose, wet, trail, he offered to step aside and allow ... Somehow, I survived the trail of terror and with the encroaching darkness enveloping the road in front of me, ...
Author: Michael J. Devitt
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Category: Sports & Recreation
Spanning 2,700 miles from Banff, Alberta, to Antelope Wells, New Mexico, the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route annually serves as the host for the Tour Divide Bikepacking race. With no awards or prize money for the winners and no entry fee, the Tour Divide is the ultimate athletic test of endurance and self-sufficiency in a battle against nature, the elements, breakdowns (both mechanical and mental), and fatigue, set against the beautiful backdrop of the Continental Divide. Divide by Two Wheels is the story of one man’s experience in racing the 2016 Tour Divide, overcoming the adversities of the route and the challenges of equipment failure while making friends and experiencing the kindness of strangers along the way. This story of an epic adventure will have you dreaming of your own Tour Divide experience, learning what you are truly capable of with new challenges around every corner and over every summit.
She wriggled out through the window, her helmet and safety equipment already discarded, right into her father's bear hug. ... It wouldn't calm the terror that had frozen his blood when the car had tipped onto two wheels. Across the hood ...
Author: Juanita Kees
Publisher: Tule Publishing
Trinity Calhoun is a name everyone knows on the race circuit, but her days in the hot seat are numbered. She’s tired of the limelight, meaningless relationships and long hours behind the wheel. When her father calls her and her sister home, she’s ready. She slips right back into the family business, finishing off the custom car projects her father has lined up. But racing is in her blood and she’s lured back to risking her life on the hot rod drag strips outside of town. It’s there she meets paramedic and volunteer firefighter, Reece Balmain, who has her re-thinking the road her life is taking. Reece Balmain arrives in Big Fork a broken man. He’s lived and breathed through horror accidents, haunted by the faces of the people he’s cut from vehicles. He knows one thing–speed kills. He’s hoping not to see too much of it in small town Montana, until he hears about the drag races taking place outside of town. He knows Trinity Calhoun. He’s watched her race, seen her win, held his breath when her car somersaulted into barriers in Daytona Beach. He doesn’t like what she does, but he can’t stay away from the woman who’s claiming his heart. Previously titled Fast Lane
Steve yanked the wheel and hugged a corner too sharply. The vehicle tilted on two wheels as it rounded a turn and headed into oncoming traffic. Peter watched in terror as the other two shadows sprouted wings and took to flight.
Author: Anthony M. Harrington
Publisher: PageTurner Publications
When Mitchell Wallace halts his suicidal plunge from an overpass to help a little lamb who has wandered onto the busy interstate below, he sets into motion a chain of events that alter his life as well as the lives of his best friend and his sister. Together, they are thrust into a terrifying and hilarious battle between good and evil that has them facing off against a band of shadow demons, violent giants, a horde of homeless undead, and satanic forces bent on claiming the earth as their domain. On a roadtrip from hell, the trio of unlikely heroes and a bible-quoting magical lamb race against time to find the mystical "Lost Staff of Ba'al", the only thing that can save the earth from a demonic undertaking. If they don't kill each other in the process, they just might save the world.
They are a tribe of motorized terrorists on two wheels who have successfully used threats and intimidation to get what they want from the local community. An atmosphere of fear and trepidation descends on the local community wherever ...
Author: Charles Knause
A collection of articles and essays dealing with some aspect of current world events and my analysis of these events from a perspective other than the official narrative. This book also includes a number of philosophical essays dealing with some of the age old and timeless questions of what it means to be human.