Cycling in support of Limbs For Life

Cycling in support of Limbs For Life
Cycling in support of Limbs For Life

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Wheels, rust and rails. Bolivia's dirty bottom

The amazing Loretta. Not short on miles or words. 4 years around the world!

And that guy... just not short

The train grave yard of Uyuni

 Trains and bikes. Does it get better?

Ran that one a bit hot

Shady coffee spot? Don't mind if I do

More like island hopping than cycling

We did find some unflooded Salar. Shaguana in the distance 


  1. See you went across the south of the salar there? we went to the island and are now rebuilding our hubs after a good dragging through a foot and a half of salty water...great decision! Coipasa really was insanely muddy...
    Thanks for all the help, the bike chat and the inspiration to off road Bolivia (not that there's much choice in the matter). The bag is super useful and Jack London makes me want to throw my bike on a train, great stuff.
    Keep up the good work
    Sam and Jen

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    1. Sam, thanx. Glad yer diggin the bag. Must have been quite an expierience sloshing across the flooded salar? Did you two come down the Lagunas route?

  3. Awesome! I'm not officially looking forward to train tracks... Looking forward to following in your fat tyre tracks.

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