PHOTOS + STORIES
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Mountains, valleys, rivers, cenotes, ruins and the heart of the Mayan people.
160 miles of dirt, tamales and the tale of the amate tree.
Getting off the beaten path and cycling back roads to Oaxaca.
In Mexico we gave away hammocks to people in need. Here are their stories.
Lakes in mountains, volcanoes and a car accident.
Goat shepherds, churches, pizza & a really big lake.
Grain silos, folk dancers and mariscos the first week in Michoacán.
Fever, chills, mountains and one of our favorite towns so far.
Flat, smooth terrain and the colorful streets of Colima.
Giant iguanas and transformation.
Walking our bikes through crocodile swamps, serbet sunsets and the youth community center.
Camping on the beach & getting used to life without modern amenities.
Cascadas ricas & the Spanish speaking parakeet.
Tacos, tortillas & hammocks, oh my!
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Food that reminded us of home, a precious natural swimming hole, friendly locals and the hottest country in Central America.
That time we skinny-dipped in the ocean, bathed in a waterfall and got soaked in a rainstorm. Butterflies, sloths, crocodiles, monkeys and a visit from Erin's family.
Cycling almost 200 miles on dirt roads through the Nicoya Peninsula. How many crocodile rivers can we cross in 15 days?
Three beautiful colonial cities, an active volcano and that time we almost adopted a dog in the land of fire and water.
Five beach towns we loved in El Salvador and the back roads of Honduras. Also: watermelon season.
Forty days and forty nights with the Maya.
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Bikepacking through Colombia's central cordillera was a mix between the hottest, driest place we'd yet seen, and the wettest, most lush rainforest in the Putumayo region bordering Ecuador.
One month in Medellín, bikepacking the Rio Cauca & crossing Colombia's Central Cordillera. Welcome to South America.
hacking life on the road
Tips for being a full-time dirt bag.
Traveling on a bicycle is an experience like no other.
We kept travel journals and captured thousands of photos and videos on the road.