Bolivia · November 06, 2019
In Central Bolivia, we descended from the high Andes eastward to the country's jungle lowlands, and then returned westward to the altiplano again, all the while experiencing a broad diversity of climates, landscapes, political views, indigenous heritage, and European legacy.

Bolivia · September 02, 2019
Back on the bikes, we pedaled north from Argentina into Bolivia, where there is so much to see on our 90-day visas!

Chile/Argentina · July 15, 2019
Northern Argentina and Chile are characterized by colorful geology and vibrant wildlife at extreme elevation. We’re again struck by how much nature is thriving in seemingly inhospitable places.

Antarctica · May 10, 2019
The land of ice... while inhospitable to humans, it's teeming with life, and beautiful like no other place on Earth.

Patagonia · May 08, 2019
Our travel south to the “Fin del Mundo” (“End of the World”) ended up being short on riding days, but long on experiences.

Patagonia · April 06, 2019
Patagonia is well known for its stunning landscapes. But the roads to get there? We'll tell you about those, too...

Patagonia · March 17, 2019
We had heard that Patagonia has just two seasons – winter and February. This created the only deadline for our entire bike trip: to arrive in Patagonia in time to ride to the southern tip of the continent by the end of February.

Chile/Argentina · December 31, 2018
Getting to Chile was harder than expected, but arriving was like coming home in some ways.

Perú · November 30, 2018
After leaving the high Andes to escape inclement weather, we descended back to Perú’s desert coast to get to Lima, where we confirmed something we'd heard as we travelled: that there really are two Perús – Lima, and the rest of the country.

Perú · November 13, 2018
Perú is home to the world's second highest mountain range, with scenery and altitudes that take your breath away. Riding here has been oh-so-worth the challenge.

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