If the phrase “flying by the seat of your pants” was in the dictionary, we’re pretty sure Mickey Fisher’s picture would be next to it. The actor/producer/filmmaker loves nothing more than the open road - as long as there is time for a few detours along the way. No map? No problem.
Only days after learning how to ride a Spyder roadster, Mickey embarked on a cross-country road trip that would make even the most seasoned of riders anxious. Not Mickey. On a 3,000-mile quest to get back home to Ohio, he took off from Los Angeles and laced his way through the Southwest. Despite stifling heat throughout the region, Mickey decided he wanted to see some more of what the area had to offer. So, he veered off-course and spent a few extra days exploring. Mickey continued to make his way east, narrowly missing the storms that tore through Joplin, Missouri. Undeterred and unwilling to call it quits, Mickey embraced his fears and rode north. After another few unexpected turns, he made it home, 500 extra miles later.
Mickey feels at home on the road. The thrill of what’s around the corner fuels him to go further, to explore more, each time he’s on his Spyder roadster. What lies around the corner for Mickey Fisher on his next road trip? Who knows? We’re certainly not looking to him for any answers.