PENINSULA MITRE | ARGENTINA

My Adventure started at Tolhuin (Tierra del Fuego) where I gathered food for 10 days and headed out onto Peninsula Mitre carrying only the essentials. It took me 17 days to reach Cabo San Diego (Peninsula Mitre) and to return to Tolhuin’s Panaderia La Union (Casa...

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Training

I'm training with a loaded bike (@advocatecycles & @apidura) in order to get back on the road in September (I'll be cycling from northern Argentina all the way down to Patagonia) ☺ This time besides the printed portraits I'll be giving away solar lights...

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Stylish

Thanks Chris (@apidura), now my Hayduke 27.5+ titanium hardtail (@advocatecycles) will look even more stylish ☺ I'm a photographer cycling "in developing countries", making + printing + giving away portraits for those families who had none! YOUR SUPPORT will let me travel further and reach MORE people!!! www.gofundme.com/theironlyportrait2...

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Revista Biciclub (August)

Thanks @biciclubrevista for printing an article about my last Adventure at Tierra del Fuego (you can read the article at August's issue) ☺ I'm a photographer cycling "in developing countries" making + printing + giving away portraits for those families who had none. YOUR SUPPORT will let me travel further...

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Cycling Puerto Madryn, Patagonia.

By the end of November I headed to Puerto Madryn (Patagonia) to meet Astrid Fischer, before cycling 4,000+ miles (6.500 km) along the Cordillera de los Andes.  I would like to thank Leando & his family for their hospitality!   ...

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Advocate

I would like to thanks Tim Krueger from Advocate Cycles, one of the first people who believed and supported my Little Personal Project. I'll be riding his awesome Hayduke 27.5+ titanium hardtail 4000 miles (6000km) along the Cordillera de los Andes, making & printing portraits...

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Advocate Cycles

  Advocate Cycles is a bike company that exists solely to create innovative bicycles and deliver 100% of profits from the company back to making cycling better for everyone. They have elected to pledge 100% of their after-tax profits to be donated to non-profits making cycling better for all people. Because...

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Amazonas

For my second warm up trip I'm planning to bikepack BR-319, a 600 miles trip (900km) through one of the best preserved areas of the Amazon jungle. This road was abandoned decades ago and was reclaimed by nature… the locals called it “caminho das Oncas” as...

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