Felix Wong running down a mountain road
Photo by Cam Cross
I am
Felix Wong
world adventurer
ultra-endurance athlete
Felix Wong with carbon road bike and bikepacking setup
Photo by Corey Harn

Epic Adventures. For the love of a challenge.

My physical features are far from freakish, but patience, perseverance, and the ability to problem-solve have enabled me to do a few extraordinary things.

Honing the "three Ps" helps you conquer challenges, and challenges help you develop the three Ps. I believe anyone with those qualities can achieve virtually anything they want.

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Tour Divide

The granddaddy of all cross-country bikepacking races. I was one of the original eight finishers of this storied Canada-to-Mexico mountain bike race.

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Trans Am Bike Race

A 4200-mile, self-supported bicycle road race across USA from Oregon to Virginia. I finished in 8th place despite riding 1100 miles with Shermer's Neck.

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Camino de Santiago

People have been making a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela for over 1000 years. This was one of the most satisfying and spiritually rewarding epics I have done.

Felix Wong playing a Steinway piano
Photo by Lina Xiong

In the Media

I'm not the Felix Wong who was a popular Hong Kong actor. I'm an American residing in Spain/Colorado and only sing (badly) in the shower or car. But I have had cameo appearances in a few movies and done public presentations.

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This movie, now a cult classic, is about the inaugural edition of the iconic Tour Divide mountain bike race. Gorgeous cinematography, a stirring soundtrack, and compelling storyline.

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An hour-long interview on the Adventure Sports Podcast about the Trans Am Bike Race, Tour Divide, and ultra-cycling in general.

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The folks at Reddit invited me to answer questions about the Trans Am Bike Race, Tour Divide, and ultra-cycling.

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In her beautiful memoir, world record-holder and local legend Libby James wrote a chapter about my athletic exploits.

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I wrote a piece for this compilation of literature from the Tour Divide featuring several notable journalists.

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I began my third year at Stanford only a few months after Jerry Yang had incorporated Yahoo elsewhere on campus. My major was mechanical engineering, but the newfangled "World Wide Web"—as viewed on a browser called Mosaic—intrigued me. How are web pages served? How could I create one?

So in the computer lab at Sweet Hall in my free time, I read enough handouts to learn UNIX commands, edit in Emacs, and write HTML code. My first webpage was about a 1974 MGB roadster, my very first car.

At the time I had no idea that documenting things I wanted to remember would later become my obsession. The term weblog, or blog for short, had not been invented yet. But it's fun to think I was one of the earliest bloggers—a tradition that carries on today.

silver Audi TT roadster in the Poudre Canyon

Thanks for visiting

Stick around and peruse, or bookmark this page and come back later. There's lots to enjoy here.

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I love to travel and since 1999 had visited at least one foreign country each year. That streak ended in the pandemic year of 2020, but another one commenced in 2021.

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Traveling is so much more enjoyable when you can communicate with the locals. Here are posts about learning languages (I speak five).

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After meeting the love of my life—a Spanish emergency room doctor—in 2021, I moved to Galicia to live with her. I am officially an ex-pat!