450 Miles by Bike on the California Coast: Fort Bragg to San Luis Obispo

My brother and close friend, Rob, met Kyle and I in Northern California with our bicycles and gear. My brother drove our car back to Arizona after a few days of camping in the redwoods, exploring the Northern California Coast and trying out the local breweries.

My brother and close friend, Rob, met Kyle and I in Northern California with our bicycles and gear. My brother drove our car back to Arizona after a few days of camping in the redwoods, exploring the Northern California Coast and trying out the local breweries.

My brother, Joey.

My brother, Joey.

Setting out South on our bicycles with minimal gear from Fort Bragg, California.

Setting out South on our bicycles with minimal gear from Fort Bragg, California.

We cycled through stunning rugged and desolate beaches.

We cycled through stunning rugged and desolate beaches.

Monterey

Monterey

I couldn't wait to make it to Big Sur!

I couldn’t wait to make it to Big Sur!

Big Sur welcomed us with colorful sunsets, breath-taking shorelines, narrow roads, strong winds, steep hills, and awesome camp sites.

Big Sur welcomed us with colorful sunsets, breath-taking shorelines, narrow roads, strong winds, steep hills, and awesome camp sites.

Do you see the waterfall?

Do you see the waterfall?

I believe near Monterey

I believe near Monterey

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We traveled home after reaching San Luis Obispo. Life (and death) called upon us, and we were unable to complete the trip at that time. We know we will be back to complete our journey south toward South America when the time is right!

We traveled home after reaching San Luis Obispo. Life (and death) called upon us, and we were unable to complete the trip at that time. We know we will be back to complete our journey south toward South America when the time is right!

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About MollyJo

Years of travel, transpired into a journey through the suffering world in search for the collective justice our society has forgotten. Images and stories through the eyes and heart of one global citizen.
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