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Are you planning your very first bicycle trip and worried about leaving something behind? With an endless list of “what ifs” running through your head, it’s impossible to feel prepared. I’ve been there and know this feeling can delay a trip for months or even years. That’s why I’ve put together this bike touring packing list […]

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Argentina, Bicycle Touring, Chile, Travel Adventures -

The sun shines and the mountain peaks are covered by snow. It’s the start of the summer here in Argentina and we didn’t want to miss a single day. We’re in the Lake District in Patagonia, a place we’ve been wanting to explore for years. Patagonia is world-renowned as a prime destination for hiking, cycling, […]

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Bicycle Touring, Bolivia, Travel Adventures -

The Salar de Uyuni covers 10,582 square kilometers, making it the biggest salt flat in the world. We were in the southwest of Bolivia so we couldn’t let the opportunity of visiting it passing by. We loaded our bikes with a week worth of food and left the busy town of Oruro. We were in […]

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Bicycle Touring, Peru, Travel Adventures -

It’s been a long time dream of mine to cycle this route. The Huascaran Circuit is considered by many as one of the best bicycle touring routes in the world and it has been on my list for years. Finally the time has arrived and here we are. After more than a month in Huaraz we […]

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Bicycle Touring, Peru, Travel Adventures -

We pedal as fast as we can through a pitch black tunnel as a truck races up behind us. The sound of honking echoes and the headlights become stronger only to remind us of the urgency to reach the other side. Daylight appears and we reach the end of the tunnel just in time to get […]

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