In an effort to raise awareness about global climate change, and to document the effects of pollution, a specialized trio of Diego, John and Rasha (a guide dog) set out this summer in an epic US and Mexican expedition. See how not even physical impediments limit their determination of conquering seemingly impossible goals. SPOT Satellite Messenger was with the team for emergency help and coordinate tracking.
Click here to go to the trio's website. And click on READ MORE... below to view photos.
Scott and his Expeditions West team define worldwide expedition dedication with vehicle-dependent and human-dependent expeditions, overland adventures and motorsports and testing services. Wherever the world takes them, SPOT Satellite Messenger is there to paint a picture.
On August 5, 2008, uber ultra-runner Karl Meltzer set off on the biggest race of his life. His challenge: to run the entire length of the 2,174-mile Appalachian Trail in less than 47 days. Definitely daunting. Absolutely grueling. Probably insane. But when he does it, he’ll rule the AT as the guy who conquered it, all of it, the fastest on two feet. This is going to be Man vs. Nature, Man vs. Self, Man vs. Clock – and it’s going to be good. Track Karl at http://www.whereiskarl.com/
Riding 4 Smiles
After riding their motorcycles and tracking their progress with a SPOT Satellite Messenger for 40 days, 17 hours, 2 minutes, and 30 seconds, Ken and Shannon Wilson and their motorcycle crew raised $12,445 for UNICEF. Check out how they used SPOT shared pages to show their tracks.