We crossed into Ecuador on February 28, just a few days before our Colombian Visas expired. We stopped in Tulcán, the town just over the border from Colombia for our first taste of Ecuador. There seemed to be a little bit more English spoken here in comparison to Colombia and the currency used is the... Continue Reading →

The last leg of Colombia

Olivia and I are almost ready to cross into Ecuador. Our Colombian Visas are up on March 3, so we're looking to cross by the end of this week. We have had to take a couple of busses to make this happen since we were so far from the border. We did cycle from Medellín... Continue Reading →

The first 750km down

It's taken a lot longer that expected. Our previous riding experience back in Canada had us doing 60-80 kilometers a day without much problem. But this isn't Canada, this is the Colombian Andes, and in the Colombian Andes we regularly eclipse 3,000m only to drop back down under 2,000m, every single day. By day 14... Continue Reading →

Chita to Cocuy: A Test

We have made our way back into the mountains following jeep tracks that criss cross the country side. Any direction we wanted to go, including going back to the main highway, would require us to summit a mountain. The road to Chita was our hardest day by far with no exception. It wasn't the most... Continue Reading →

A little bit of adversity to start…

Wouldn't be an adventure without adversity I guess. Our first day on Sunday December 9 started off well enough leaving Bogotá. Thousands of cyclists were out on the streets and we were able to join them for about 10km as we headed north through the city. After that we turned East to climb up and... Continue Reading →

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