A bikepacking bike is a bicycle with specific characteristics and capabilities, designed for self-supported off-road, short- and long term bike travel. Theoretically, you can equip any kind of bike with bikepacking bags and name it a bikepacking bike. Even road bikes, which are not engineered specifically with bikepacking in mind. As a result, in general,…
Chile’s Carretera Austral is probably one of the most famous cycling routes in the world.. This road guides you through the heart of Chilean Patagonia.
Looking for a less-traveled alternative to the siete lagos route? We cycled from Villarrica to Futaleufu and connected several trails for a dirt road adventure.
Everyone has a different budget when it comes to bike travel. We have met cyclists spending 1 euro per day to 100 euros per day on their bike trip. That is a big difference, but all depends on how you live life on the bike.
The bikepacking route Monkey Puzzle Trail is a relatively short but diverse route through Mapuche land with stunning landscapes
Here you can find our bicycle touring gear list for one year bike travel in South America. It’s the gear that survived one year on the road.
Volcanos, lava fields, and mountains of volcanic ash is what typifies the landscape of the second half of the cones and canyons route. The geology in this area is quite impressive, to say the least. The region has recently been declared the first national geopark of Peru because of its unique setting and geological characteristics. …
The Cones and Canyons route promises a dirt road adventure galore. A detailed description of the road from Abancay to Cotohuasi.
A touring bicycle is a bicycle for people who love long distance cycling with the ability to carry gear for self-supported bike travel. It’s less about speed and more about the time spent on the bike and distance covered.
Cycling Huaraz to Cajatambo was something to remember for ever. There were some amazing moments for which these five days of cycling are worth dedicating a few words to. Not knowing our route prior to leaving, we headed in the direction of Cajatambo. Leaving Huaraz was difficult. Not so much of traffic, but more so…