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May 2016

The Adventurers’ Club of Los Angeles®

May 5, 2016 -

Ladies Night - Michael Bozarth - Heidelberg to Hong Kong

Michael Bozarth

Michael Bozarth

  • Heidelberg to Hong Kong
  • 20,000 Miles
  • 100 Days
  • 20 Countries
  • 7 Rabies shots
  • 1 Desert misfortune
  • 1,000 Unforgettable memories

From solo rides in the Mongolian Gobi Desert to a rabid dog in Southern China… From battling the unforgiving traffic jams of Moscow and Beijing to racing alongside 18-wheelers on the dirt roads of Kazakhstan. Mr. Bozarth will share the preparation, experiences and lessons learned from an unforgettable 100 Day Ride across Eurasia.

"…to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life."
- Henry David Thoreau

In addition to a successful business career, he has raced Shelby Mustangs in the Rolex Endurance Series, is a certified Wilderness First Responder, and is currently an Instructor and Coxswain in the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary. When he is not in the classroom, he is either on patrol or planning his next motorcycle adventure.

Mr. Bozarth is an experienced Adventure Motorcycle Rider. He has lead and supported long distance back-country motorcycle tours around the world. Most recently he completed a 100 Day Ride from Heidelberg to Hong Kong covering 20 countries and 20,000 miles. As a result of his travels and adventures, he is a regular speaker at venues where he is asked to share his passion and experience with back-country survival and adventure riding.

Michael Bozarth

Michael Bozarth

World Map

World Map

Boz 100 Day Ride

Boz 100 Day Ride

Kun Shan Tunnel

Kun Shan Tunnel

China Shrine

China Shrine

Dunes

Dunes

Mongolia

Mongolia

First White Guy

First White Guy

Pet Vulture

Pet Vulture

Rice Paddy

Rice Paddy

Southern China Back-Country

Southern China Back-Country

Karst Mountains

Karst Mountains

My Mentor

My Mentor


 
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The Adventurers’ Club of Los Angeles®

May 12, 2016 -

Steven A. Gitlin
Honoring Paul B Mac Cready and the World of Drones

Steven A. Gitlin

Steven A. Gitlin

Biography:

Steven A. Gitlin is the Vice President of Marketing Strategy & Communications at AeroVironment. Steve joined AeroVironment in 2002 to define the market entry strategy for one of the company’s first commercial product lines. Reporting to the company’s CEO he works to define, quantify and target new market opportunities in both its Unmanned Aircraft Systems and Efficient Energy Systems businesses. Steve communicates regularly with members of the press, Wall Street analysts and institutional investors to ensure an accurate understanding of AeroVironment’s growth strategy, product and service offering, competitive environment and long-term prospects.

Steve received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from UCLA and later earned an MBA with a focus on Marketing from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, as well as a Master’s in International Management with an emphasis on Latin America from the Joseph H. Lauder Institute at the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to joining AeroVironment Steve worked as a management consultant, serving global enterprises in the Aerospace and Telecommunications industries.


 
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The Adventurers’ Club of Los Angeles®

May 19 2016 -

Mike Clark - Chernobyl and Burma


 
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The Adventurers’ Club of Los Angeles®

May 26, 2016 -

G. Pat Macha - Historic Aircraft Wrecks

G. Pat Macha

G. Pat Macha
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G. Pat Macha has documented aircraft crash sites in remote locations since 1963. He is the author of six books on aviation accident histories and aircraft archaeology. Pat is the founder of the Project Remembrance Team that assists next of kin visit crash sites and place memorials where legal to do so.

WEBSITE:
linkAircraft Wreck Finders

G. Pat Macha - Historic Aircraft Wrecks Book Signing

G. Pat Macha
Historic Aircraft Wrecks Book Signing


 
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2433 North Broadway, P.O. Box 31226, Los Angeles, CA USA 90031-0226
(323) 223-3948
 
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2433 North Broadway, P.O. Box 31226, Los Angeles, CA USA 90031-0226
(323) 223-3948
 
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