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Allan Karl spent three years traveling the world solo on his motorcycle. Across five continents, Allan compiled 35 recipes, one from each country he visited. He compiled them in his newest book “Forks: A Quest for Culture, Cuisine and Connection.”
Part travelogue, part memoir, part cookbook “Forks” tells the story of his adventure around the world.
Karl joins The Daily Circuit to discuss his travels and the food he discovered
Jules Verne took us around the world in 80 days.
But Southern California adventurer, Allan Karl traversed the globe alone in three years on the back of a motorcycle.
He traveled 62,000 miles, pumped over 1100 gallons of gas, crossed over 55 borders on five continents and took 50,000 pictures.
Allan Karl chronicled his epic journey – and the many tasty meals he ate along the way – in his new book, “Forks: A Quest for Culture, Cuisine and Connection”.
Take Two’s A Martinez spoke with Allan Karl about his experiences in Colombia, Syria, Ecuador and beyond.
What do you do when a fork shows up in your road?
Do you pursue your passions? Or let fear dictate the course?
Allan Karl decided to follow his passion, and as he says, the decision was hard, but leaving was easy.
In today’s episode we chat about some of his more stressful moments along the way, in episode part II we discuss what he did he when he got back home? Supermarkets, cars, and the shock of too much choice provide some interesting points of contrast to the rest of the world. We chat about the difficulties of re-entry after years abroad before moving onto his big project…We discuss his quest to get his book published via crowdfunding and the new projects he currently has in the works.
From travel stories and crowdfunding to tips on saving money on the road, Allan shares some of his seemingly endless adventures and tips with us on another awesome podcast!
Food and motorcycles. What do the two have in common? Well, listen to Allan Karl’s story about his search for truth and his dream of exploring the world. Of how he linked food and motorcycles together as he travelled solo through five continents for three years on his motorcycle. After facing a crossroads in his personal life and selling everything he owns, he rode his BMW 62,000 miles through 35 countries, experiencing both highs and lows during his adventure. He then chronicles his journey in his new book “Forks: A Quest for Culture, Cuisine and Connection”. Host, Jim Martin, asks Allan to explain how he came about writing a book about motorcycles and food.
“Allan Karl spent three years exploring five continents alone on his motorcycle and started collecting recipes from the villages, tribes and people who welcomed him into their homes. He’s now the author of Forks: a Quest for Culture, Cuisine and Connection. Allan talks about becoming a digital nomad, returning to the U.S. to share his recipes with friends and put his book together.”
Elaine Masters. Listen to the interview on Womens Radio
“FORKS. A Quest for Culture, Cuisine and Connection” highlights what Allan feels connects us all to each other, regardless of where you live: Food. Craig and Allan discuss why Allan decided to take his bike transcontinental, how he managed to avoid become incontinent and how breaking a leg in another country is just as bad as it sounds. Set a course for adventure. Your mind on a new romance—well, maybe not romance. Either way your in for a globetrotting treat.”
Craig Price & Allan karl — In The Reality Check PodCast — Listen to Episode #107
“Zen Motorcyclist is pleased to feature an interview with adventurer, author and speaker Allan Karl (a.k.a. WorldRider).”
Bud Miller & Henry Yampolsky — Listen On Zen Motorcyclist
“Allan Karl is one of those people. After hitting a rut in his day to day life, he packed up his motorcycle and rode for three years. Through 35 countries, countless villages and priceless new relationships, Allan Karl did what most of us have only ever dreamt of, he traveled the world and he did it all on the back of his motorcycle with nothing but his camera to keep him company. But the surprising thing that he found is that, no matter where you are, you are never really alone. From mile to mile, Allan created new adventures and new friendships.” — Ashley Benson
Watch The Interview On BikeBandit.com
Allan Karl Interview on Bike Week Radio Show