Burning Across Bolivia Part 3: The Lagunas Route

11/24/2016 San Juan, Bolivia. I’m only 300km from the Chilean border! All that stands behind me and the last two countries to the South is an enormous amount of huge mountains, sandy roads, and among the highest UV indexes in … Read More

Burning Across Bolivia Part 2: Scads of Salt Flats

11/21/2016 Sabaya, Bolivia. From my quiet perch in Sabaya I look out at the entrance to the Salar de Coipasa, an enormous salt flat here in Southwest Bolivia. It is the smaller and lesser-known sibling to the largest and famous … Read More

Burning across Bolivia Part 1: La Paz to Sabaya

11/15/2016  La Paz, Bolivia. Okay. Enough of city life. Well, 2 days were truly enough for me, but errands and great new friends kept me here in La Paz a little longer than expected. Now heading for huge volcanos, enormous … Read More

A Yaw into the Yungas: Inca Trails and Endless Climbs

 11/08/16 La Paz, Bolivia.   After a full week of city living in Bolivia’s dense capital, it was time to get back on the bike. My plan: ride a big loop down into the famously beautiful Yungas mountains and valley … Read More

Sorata Singletrack: A Short and Steep Detour

10/27/2017. Copacabana, Bolivia. One last look at the sweet, albeit touristy, lakeside town of Copacabana. After a couple of nights in town surrounded by gringos and griguettes, I craved pushing onward to the gems of Bolivia’s natural world. Next stop: … Read More

Singletrack on Isla del Sol: Laguna Titicaca at it’s Finest

Copacabana, Bolivia. 10/25/2016. Having finally acquired legal entry into Bolivia, I decided to take advantage of my passport stamping detour to Copacabana and explore the trail around Isla del Sol. My now long-time bike adventure advisor Steve Garro had suggested … Read More

Bolivian Border Ball Busting: How NOT to do it…

10/22/2016. Huancané, Peru.   Crossing international borders by bike has perhaps obviously been a pattern of mine over the last couple of years. Each crossing has its own unique flavor and is more or less memorable depending on the details … Read More