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One year on the road

It has been a full year since we left. The time goes on so fast… One year of travelling, it is one year to cycle in a varied landscape: sea, mountains and desert, all more beautiful than the others. One year to meet some amazing people, who opened their houses, gave some food or helped us in any way. Thank …

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Like Robinson Crusoe

We leave Guerero Negro to go east. We will travel across the peninsula but this time, no mountains to climb. The road is flat to San Ignacio. We pass over a military checkpoint again. It is the 6th since we are in Mexico. When we arrive at the checkpoint the soldiers get together on our side of the road to …

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New adventures

We would cross the border early in the morning with our new co-riders, Guillaume, Isabelle and their 3 kids: Beatrice, Norah and Laurent (10 feet on hearth). We cross the border by pedestrian walk. Usually we go through the revolving door but there is a door just beside (many bike riders go by this door), the bikes would cross easily. …

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What’s to bring for a young kid in a bike’s trip ?

That’s it! The decision is made; you want to leave for a bike’s trip with your young child. You take time to have weather information for the countries you want to visit; you also shop your trip insurance, your bikes, and your water filter. But, what’s about the specific material for your child? Everything is related to the child’s age, …

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On the road to the Rockies

We just arrived in Alberta and we met Peter and Trycia. We stopped for the afternoon break on the side of the main road, in a small unpaved path and Teresa came over. She talks to us a few moments and offer us to stay with her for the night. We were planning to stay with a “Warmshower” family at …

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They talk about us in La Semaine

They talk about us in July 25 th weekly magazine La semaine from Quebec.  

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They talk about us in Lake Powell Chronicle

A little report just before Thanksgiving of our trip from local Page, AZ, weekly newspaper.

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The best and the worst

We can summarize our trip from the North of British Columbia in two great stopovers. The first one , from Watson Lake to Fort Nelson, is the best where the nature gives us the maximum she can offer and the second one, from Fort Nelson to Dawson Creek, where the nature suffer from the men’s work. Let’s begin by the …

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Yukon, larger than Life

We stay at Dawson City 5 days in a campground 3km (1,8m) out of the town. Dawson is the second big city of Yukon just after Whitehorse. Before the construction of Alaska Highway, it was the Yukon’s Capital. Two thousands of people live here. All the streets are in gravel except the main Street. We take advantage of the Aborigen …

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The first Frontier

We arrive at Fairbanks on May 29th, on Mary’s Birthday. To celebrate that day, we look for a pizzeria. But we cannot find one very close to the campground so we end up with a fast-food. It will look for us like a feast because we eat almost every day pasta and rice. Fairbanks is not a big city even …

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