If we didn't have the photos, we wouldn't believe it ourselves.
Our cross country ride was a blur. Those 24 days felt like they took about two years. But now, with some distance, I find myself struggling to recollect the details. Good thing Drew took notes. One of the goals that ride was to create a book of the experience, documenting the undertaking and just what it meant to us. I was about halfway done with it before I decided to ride from Portland to Los Angeles (and make another book) and now here I am two years later, two books halfway written and thousands upon thousands of images to keep organized. The books will happen eventually, but neither would have been possible without the amazing photography from our friend & supporter James Kendi. He's been there for both rides, and the combination of his observational documentation and my from-the-saddle shots has set the tone for Leave It On The Road, and inspired a bunch of people to create their own events or just get out on their bikes.
Consider this page a semi-regularly updated gallery of my favorite stuff that I come across while putting together the books. And if you need an ace shooter, hire James.