After a medley of trains, planes and even a nocturnal bicycle ride across LA (with dumpster-diving feed en route), here I am back in Quito. Or rather Tumbaco, a small town squeezed between steep, quilted hills, set some 12 kms …[ Read More → ]
I’m now in Pasto, south western Colombia, just 88km from the border with Ecuador.
The journey from Mocoa is one renowned in bike touring circles for being amongst the most beautiful and rugged rides in Colombia. It crosses from the …[ Read More → ]
After our mountainous toils to Duitama, Alonso, Arnaud and I decided to kick back and take it easy to the next port of call, Villa de Leyva. We were ready for a day off the saddle and were looking forward …[ Read More → ]
We’ve now crossed back from Chiapas, Mexico, into El Peten, Guatemala’s jungle-covered, northerly province. Our plan is to loop up and around Peten Itza lake to Poptun, via El Remate and Tikal, before cutting back on a dirt road across …[ Read More → ]