September 17th, 2013

Review: Tires

Over the course of 5,000 miles we put our gear through some seriously thorough testing. Here's our review of one of our most important pieces of gear.

December 1st, 2012

First: The Bad

We have mixed feelings about writing this post because the overwhelming majority of the people we met along the way were amazing - from the guys who returned Brett's wallet to all of those who graciously opened their homes to us to the countless people who took the time to try to understand our poor Portuguese/Spanish to serve us food and drinks.

November 21st, 2012
Been a whirlwind trip to Guayaquil over the last 36 hours. Dropped the bikes off at @hotbike_gye to ship them home. Off to the airport!
November 19th, 2012
Pisco sours in Pisco http://t.co/2faIgZZE
November 19th, 2012
Windmills on the Pacific coast http://t.co/YCMft2pk
November 19th, 2012
Heading towards the lighthouse on the westernmost point of South America. http://t.co/A0ebtFny
November 19th, 2012
November 19th, 2012
We've heard Hostess is going out of business. Thankfully Peru's snack cake industry is going strong and the http://t.co/LhcWd9MR
November 19th, 2012
Made it! We're standing in the waves of Pacific Ocean on the westernmost point of South America. Huge thanks to every http://t.co/1lSNBF6V
November 19th, 2012
Packed our bags for the last time and heading towards the coast. In a few hours we'll be taking a dip in the ocean. http://t.co/0ZZChtqs

About This Trip

Welcome to Biking South America. During the fall of 2012 Brett DeWoody and Jeff Wittich biked across South America, from the easternmost point of the continent, through the Amazon and over the Andes to the westernmost point of the continent. These are their stories from the road.

With Support From

Tree Fort Bikes
Platypus
Dumonde Tech Porcelain Rocket
TitanStraps