Lois makes merry work of a rough road. She knows how to tell a good story, and her light-hearted account almost disguises the grit, the resilience and the brave independence that lay behind her choices. Parts of that long run from Anchorage to Ushaia are really difficult, and she knows that the one bad accident she witnessed could as well have happened to her (as I know it could have happened to me). We all need the gods on our side.
It's a great read, and I hope there will be more
" (Ted Simon, author of 'Jupiter's Travels')
"If traveling is a sort of education, then Lois Pryce is now one of the world's most learned adventurers. Her misfortunes, related with wit and good humor, become our fortune, a great tumble of rough gems and gold. Her bike may not be fast, but her account is all speed and joy. Please, Lois, take another trip!" (Melissa Holbrook Pierson, author of 'The Perfect Vehicle')
"Lois has pulled off a brilliant double whammy; a great travel read and a road trip I'm extremely
jealous of" (Joolz Denby, author of 'Billie Morgan')
"Lighter than Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance ... A modern day's Jupiter Travels. She writes well, moving lightly over her story with a deft touch and a calm wit. An easy read, and a very 21st century tale" (www.motorcycle.co.uk
"The narrative roars along at a breakneck pace, and is full of funny asides and snappy accounts - among others - of adventures in a Mexican brothel, camping in Alaska or bribing her way across the numerous borders she crossed" (Sunday Telegraph
One woman, one motorbike, 20,000 miles across the Americas.