Alaska To Argentina By Bike: I saw this article this morning over at Gadling and thought that it sounded like an amazing adventure. On July 26, 2005, Brooks Allen and Gregg Bleakney set off on a 19,500 mile bike ride. Starting in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, the northern most accessible area of the state, and planning on finishing in Tierra del Fuego, the southernmost tip of Argentina.
Their official website is tells their tale more indepth, and includes updates from the road and a picture gallery of their adventures. The two have currently passed through La Paz, Bolivia and are headed towards Salta, Argentina, and seem to be on pace to finish this adventure later this year.
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5 thoughts on “Alaska To Argentina By Bike!”
That is a pretty amazing journey. I’m sure they will have enough stories for a lifetime when the trip is complete.
Yeah! Looks like a great trip. I’d love a long distance bike trip like this one.
If only that thing called work didn’t get in the way!
Thanks for the link to their trip and for having such a fantastic blog. You seem to post at a furious rate! Props to you.
Glad you like the blog Matt. I do post pretty regularly, as it keeps me out of trouble. 😉
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