The Butcher, The Greeter & The Grillfather: THE VILLAGES OF ZAGORI GREECE

Riding from Ioannina Greece in the remote northeastern region of Epirus, I head into the Pindos Mountains to explore the traditional stone villages of Zagoria (aka Zagorohoria, Zagori) Just another day of riding the world in search of culture, cuisine, and connection. Ride with me. Many think Greece is beaches, islands, and sambuca. But I […]

IS THIS THE BEST MOTORCYCLE RIDE IN GREECE? | The Mani & Peloponnese

There are a lot of great roads all over the world —to ride a motorcycle or drive a car. But riding THE MANI in the GREEK PELOPONNESE is one of my best motorcycle rides—ever. Perhaps it was the quiet, desolate, arid, and peaceful environment. Or perhaps it was the colors, clouds, and craggy cliffs. No […]

Where In The World Is Allan? Still In San Diego.

My motorcycle is still waiting for me in Greece. I’m waiting for the right time to get on the road again. Until then, I’m stateside and currently living and loving San Diego. Just over a month ago, I announced that I was giving ten copies of the new softcover version of my book “FORKS: A […]

I’m Giving Away Ten Copies of my Bestselling Book “FORKS!”

If you want to jump right to the giveaway, click this link to my YouTube channel to enter— If you want to know more background, keep reading below […] Several years after I started the WorldRider blog and took off to ride around the world, I created a YouTube Channel. This was just before Google […]

Oh No! Vertigo? Is It In My Head? You’ll Love This Video!

After fourteen months of crazy covid coronavirus cabin fever in lockdown, things are looking up. When I look up these days, I get a big head-rush, a feeling of weirdness. After the last eleven of those months, I’m still in a fight with a floaty-boaty lightheaded feeling brought on by a vertigo episode last June. […]

Podcast #70 San Diego | Getting Personal | Allan Checks-in, A Pandemic Update, Vicious Vertigo & Breaking News

The Light At The End of The Tunnel It’s nearly Springtime 2021. The coronavirus pandemic is now over one year old. WorldRider Allan Karl hasn’t traveled more than fifty miles since February 2020. In this personal episode of the Journeys With WorldRider Podcast, Allan shares his health challenges—a frustrating and depressing bout with vertigo. This […]

JOURNEYS #28 | Istanbul—Stuck In Dubai With A Rescue Cat—Extreme Treks & Tough Rides Host Ryan Pyle

From Ethiopia To Locked Down Instanbul To Trekking Across The Entire Country of Switzerland. This is the Journey of The Nomad and Award-winning TV Host, Adventurer, Photographer, Extreme Trekker, & Tough Rider Ryan Pyle. Please subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/wrytcs1 Now He’s Locked Down In Dubai With Whiskey, His Rescue Cat This is a replay […]

Journeys #27 | Every Country In The World: 195 Recipes—195 Weeks—Author, Food Writer, Blogger | Sasha Martin

195 Countries. 195 Recipes. 195 Weeks: She set out to cook—and eat—a meal from every country in the world. Along the way she found: Peace After Turmoil & Happiness After Difficulty This is Sasha Martin’s Journey: From Food Stamps & Foster Homes In Boston To Life In France & Luxembourg. Then From Wesleyan and the […]

JOURNEYS #26 | From Dire Straits To Eric Clapton & More: 5,000 Songs, 500 Albums, 50 Hits | Guitarist Phil Palmer

From Eric Clapton, Dire Straits, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton & George Michael Legendary Session Guitarist & Hired Gun For Worldwide Tours This is the Journey of Guitarist, Producer & Musical Director Phil Palmer Please subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/wrytcs1 Hailing from London, England, Phil Palmer is a world-renowned session guitarist, producer, and musical director with […]

Birds-Eye View Magical American White Pelicans Cooperative Feeding | Batiquitos Lagoon By Drone

On a gorgeous February afternoon, I decided to join my friend and fellow World Rider Jeremiah St. Ours for a hike and wildlife experience at the Batiquitos Lagoon, a beautiful estuary and tidal wetland between Carlsbad and Encinitas just thirty of so miles north of San Diego. Jeremiah, armed with his massive 600mm lens, was […]