It’s never too late to pursue a dream. At 73 years young, Simon Gandolfi leaves behind the sanctuary of family and friends to embark on a journey of discovery—on a 125cc pizza bike. A day by day account of diverse terrain, challenging weather, colorful cultures, and a unique opportunity to meet and talk to a myriad of people—resulting in many new friendships and renewed hope and joy stemming from the incredible kindness and generosity he finds along the way. Offers a fresh world view of a region often mired in stereotype from films, TV and media. An incredible riding adventure through thirteen countries, from Veracruz to the ‘end of the world’ in Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, by a man who refuses to let his age prevent him from fulfilling his dreams. Softbound, 5"×7.75", 315 pp., color photos.
Customer Reviews (1)
- Anti-American RantReview by Buzzard
Too bad, this could have been a real good story. What happened is that every other page is an anti-american rant. At every
chance he goes into a political diatribe on how bad we are as a country. I don't need to read this in a motorcycle travel story. I don't believe that Capitalist Tool, Andy Goldfine ever read this book. Come on Andy, at least print a disclaimer in your catalog. (Posted on 2/11/11)