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In an effort to claw my way back to date, I’m leapfrogging through blog posts at the moment – squeezing in what I can between recent work projects and accruing northerly miles. As …[ Read More → ]
Lonquimay-Custa Las Raices-Crater Navidad.
Not to suggest that a dirt-coated fatbike is like a fish out of water, but I was finally able to baptise the Mighty One with the wintery scrunch of snow. And what fun it was, carving …[ Read More → ]
Melipueco-Reserva National China Muerta-La Fusta-Lonquimay.
In Chile’s Lake District, there’s a heavy wintriness in the air. Much of the autumnal fire has been doused, leaving the pale faced deciduous lost amongst the evergreens. The sky is a porcelain hue and …[ Read More → ]
It’s coming up to my fifth year since I left the UK. Although I never defined my plans beyond riding south from Alaska, this is undoubtedly a few years longer than I ever expected… Back then, I suspected my travels …[ Read More → ]
This is the latest and final instalment of El Huevito’s Adventures: a pint-sized, beachside excursion along Chile’s Pacific coast.
Our plan was a simple one. Enjoy a short ride out of town. Find a pleasant beach. Relax and soak up …[ Read More → ]
In this next baby-sized chapter of El Huevito’s adventures, we decided it best to head north, towards the sun and the warmth – given how rain douses family holiday-making with a perfunctory sizzle. So away from the damp and humid …[ Read More → ]
Our time in Conguillío was a highlight of El Huevito’s trip to Chile. The National Park lies at the northern tip of the Lake District, and envelopes the 3125m Llaima Volcano. It’s a wild, beautiful and otherwordly place, a lunar landscape …[ Read More → ]
I have a new riding partner: my little boy Sage, embarking on his very first South American bike tour.
This post covers the first leg of his three week Chilean adventure, taking us from the lakeside town of Villarica to …[ Read More → ]
The most southerly city in the world, Ushuaia, is the established finale for most pan-American odysseys. Once there, our original intention was to push the envelope just a little further, catching a ride across the Beagle Channel to Puerto Williams, …[ Read More → ]