Biking the Lewis & Clark trail with kids.

Charles R. Scott is into endurance biking. He’s also into these kind of adventures with his 12 and 6 year old kids, like a recent ride across the entire length of Japan.

Now he’s gearing up to ride the Lewis & Clark trail which is 3,700 miles and extends from Illinois to the coast of Oregon. This should bring new meaning to the age old question of kids on summer vacation: “Are we there yet?”

Charles writes about his cycling adventures on the blog:

He has also started a kickstarter campaign to fund this trek:

Find out more: here.

There was recently a Q&A with Charles in the New York Times:

Biking the Lewis and Clark Trail, Kids in Tow
By: Emily Brennan
Published: July 30, 2013

In 1804, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark set off from St. Louis to explore America’s newest addition, the Louisiana Purchase, and cross the Continental Divide to what is now western Montana, Idaho, Oregon and Washington, reaching the Pacific Coast two years later.

This summer, Charles Scott, a travel writer and blogger, is covering a 1,300-mile portion of the Lewis and Clark trail by bike, with his 12-year-old son and 6-year-old daughter in tow.

Read more: here.

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