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Are you ready for a new adventure?

You are going to have a fun, challenging, and enlightening adventure. You could get in better physical shape, and you'll probably pick up skills that will improve every aspect of your life. That's how the journey will change you.

This weekend I had a "Beneventum Moment."

You'll find out what that means later, but here's what it means now, for you.

By the end of 2021, I'm going to prepare at least 1,000 people to do a bike tour around the Mediterranean. In 2022, we'll make the journey.

Whether you participate in some or all of the ride, and whether you do it virtually or in person, this could be a life-transforming experience, and I'm hoping it will change the world.

You are going to have a fun, challenging, and enlightening adventure. You could get in better physical shape, and you'll probably pick up skills that will improve every aspect of your life. That's how the journey will change you.

Here's how this could change the world.

The Mediterranean was the cradle of several major religions and influential civilizations. There are very few places in the world that haven't been influenced or impacted by at least one of the major belief systems that came out of the Mediterranean.

The trouble is, many of the best ideals have become the basis for wars and conflicts. East vs. West. Israelis vs. Arabs. The list goes on.

But what would happen if we all took the time to travel together, eat together, share our cultures and learn from each other instead?

I have a vision of thousands of people traveling together through multiple countries on bicycles. Thousands more joining us virtually, possibly as they do parallel rides in their own countries.

Along the way, we'll stop to do volunteer work and for educational experiences. It's a chance to bring the whole world together over something fun and beautiful. It might make a difference.

Keep in touch if you want to be a part of this!

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