Discovering the world on two wheels, riding for a cure and bringing it to you.

What a wonderful and a cruel thing it is to be human. To be brought about onto this beautiful Earth full of wonder, only to realize abruptly how little time there is to embrace the love that she tirelessly offers to us all. Take a moment to feel the warm rays of the sun; for once this month let the dawn wake you from your sleep. I dare you to recognize the goodness surrounding you and I dare you to drown your senses in the positivity of your existence. It is most certainly there, you just have to recognize and receive it.   

Somehow we always find ways to complicate our lives, whether it be of our own intentional attempt at participating in modern society with all of its seducing flaws, or whether it be from an unwelcomed outside influence to which we allow ourselves to fall victims.

In the summer of 2010, my amazing mother Ksantipa was diagnosed with cancer. She bravely fought the disease away, and today Cancer is no longer a part of our lives. The rough experience turned out to be a very positive one overall, and soon after I came to a realization that perhaps much more can be gained from such unexpected uncertainties than we realize; I have decided to ride across the globe on a motorcycle, alone, documenting and sharing the journey here with everyone, while in the meantime raising money for cancer research through the American Cancer Society. This is what The Pegasus Project is about. I invite you to join me on this odyssey; to experience the unknown and to help find a cure.

More then just a road trip

I want to show you what touring the world by motorcycle is like. I’m not going to stay at 4 star hotels nor sample the best sushi restaurants downtown. I will live and mingle with real people and bring you my observations. I will hike trails, climb mountains, surf oceans, make friends out of strangers and document everything here so that all can participate. In the meantime I will be spreading the world about The Pegasus Project and visiting various organizations in hopes that they too will join me in raising money for cancer research.

This is why I need your help. Think of me as your eyes and ears. Take advantage of the Suggestions page and tell me your ideas. If you can help financially this too is easily done through the website. Know that 100% of your donations go directly to the American Cancer Society. Do you know an upcoming event that will showcase your local culture? Do you know a local hike that is a hidden gem and you want to share with the world? Do you have any ideas for this website? Tell me!