There are no great successes without some strife. I have been getting my fare share of strife these days. Let me tell you about what is going down with me, Ryan and the tour, and why I am doing this podcast on a train headed back to Ningbo.

But it’s not all bad. Ryan and I reminisce about some of the beautiful rides we have had over the past couple days, some great charity moments, and super duper pooper.

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In case you were interested in seeing the data from the ride into Ningde

below are some video clips that we referenced in the podcast. Ill have more coming later.

Where was this podcast recorded?

The JaYoe Nation Podcast follows Matt and Ryan as we make our way from China all the way to USA on the seat of our recumbent trikes. This podcast gives you a chance to see the in’s and out’s of what goes into traveling around the world. Learn about the places, people, and cultures as well as the gear and personal journey’s that take place during a tour like this.

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Author matt

Born in Detroit. The son of a hard working innovator and a selfless homemaker. Raised to dream. Bred to believe we are put on this earth to make a difference. Left home at 19. Moved to Las Vegas at 25. Moved to China at 30. Began to Journey at 35. More to come.

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  • Ed Miller says:

    Nothing happens until someone tries something; those experiences ARE teachings.

  • Merry Christmas fellas, thanks 4 keeping us updated on everything. I truly believe you’ll ultimately complete the journey because or your combined stated reasons for doing what you’ve done thus far @ 41:00 of the #016 podcast. I believe in both of you, you both have my support and my complete attention. I’m on your team 🙂

  • Merry Christmas guys good luck with your knee Matt…suggestion..go electric with the trailer but still go manual on the bike…hell your carrying a hole film studio with you hi tech, embrace technology helping you achieve jayoe which is inspiration to people all around the world.

    Luv peace


    • matt says:

      I was thinking about that. But still run into the same problem. If and when I run out of battery I will end up hauling everything plus the weight of the battery and gearing. It’s a conundrum

      • I have seen solar panels on roofs like you have that help a lot and if you are running just the trailer and not actually pushing you then you can get over 100 miles with the right set up I ll send you a pic of an older gent who made a roof on his trike not the best pic but where the 4 poles end is where the panel is that I missed in the photo lol…


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