Todd Blubaugh was born and raised in McPherson, Kansas. His earliest interests were in art and motorbikes and since the age of 12, Todd has been pursuing these two passions. He currently works in film, writes, shoots, and pursues collaborations with his roommates at The Chun, a motorcycle warehouse and art space in Los Angeles


Petrolicious: "What It's Like To Ride A 1949 Harley Davidson EL in 2018" by Sam Bendall

Juxtapoz: “Todd Blubaugh – Too Far Gone”  (originally published in the July 2016 issue of Juxtapoz)

Iron & Air Magazine: “Too Far Gone: Todd Blubaugh Takes the Long Way Home” by Scott G Toepfer (Issue 24) 

Petrolicious: “This Photographer Rode His ’76 Harley Across America For 6 Months, The Results Are Beautiful” by Florence Walker

Chop Cult: “Too Far Gone” by Brandon Fischer

The Selvedge Yard: “Too Far Gone – Todd Blubaugh’s Journey to Discover Meaning & Soul on the Road”

Adventure Rider Radio: “How Connections Make the Best Motorcycle Adventure Stories” (46:03)

Jefferson Public Radio: “Learning from Life on the Road”  (originally aired January 5th, 2017)

Moab Sun News: “Road Scholar” by Sharon Sullivan

Foreword Reviews: “Book Review – Too Far Gone”

Cultura Inquieta: “Too Far Gone, la experiencia de montar en moto hacia la puesta de sol” (Spanish) 

Custombike: “Too Far Gone: Foto-Roadtrip Durch Die USA” (German, originally published in the September 2016 issue)

Kustom: “Todd Blubaugh – Too Far Gone” (French)


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