As you may have seen we have written a weekly blog of biking from Canada to Argentina, i.e. from Vancouver to Usuhaia.

If you would be looking for information on a specific country, please find below the link to the first week in each of the different countries.

From the page you reached you can navigate at the bottom of that week all other weeks, navigating to the next or previous week.


Facing the decision if we should use a bus for the first time during our trip or not. Week 99!


One of the few border crossings where you see straight away you have entered a different country. Week 94, here we come!


Biking the largest salt plains of the earth is a mythical experience. But first we cross the border with Peru. Week 90 brings us to a new chapter: Bolivia.


How can a country, people, culture be so different from an other? Week 78 is the start of biking in Peru. Peru with its culture, colorful people, great remote off road biking.


Week 74. A week without biking but living on a boat, find out what we think about Galapagos.


Week 69 is the week we start to discover Ecuador. Following several routes brings us to the most remote areas of Ecuador.

San Blas and Colombia.

Week 59 is sailing to Colombia and first spinning in South America. Colombia is welcoming us with open arms. Biking areas where they have not seen a lot of foreigners and especially no people on a fully loaded bike. Great encounters!


Week 56 is the start of our adventure in Panama. Long endless roads and travelling together with family!

Costa Rica.

Mid of week 52 we cross the boarder to Costa Rica and notice the difference with Nicaragua. A great paradise.


End of week 51 we arrived in Nicaragua. A country in turmoil and currently at the same time at a standstill.

El Salvador

At the end of week 47 we entered a totally different world, El Salvador. Country in development.


Crossed the border to this authentic, colorful country with very steep hills, in week 46.


Two totally different parts, i.e. mainland and the peninsula, Baja California.

Crossing to mainland Mexico in week 36. Big cities and rural areas. Top museums and indigenous people.

Crossing into Mexico in Baja California in week 31. Getting toasted at part of the Baja Divide Mountain Bike route.

But most important the start of Travels with Sam.


Leaving the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route during week 17 to visit quite a few National Parks.

Crossing the Canadian/USA border during week 9. Continue to follow the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route


After biking from Vancouver to Banff we started the 90% off-road route going South during week 8.

First weeks of trying out our stuff, getting used to being on the road and camping! Canada is a great place to start.