As we pass Machachi, before entering the Cotopaxi National Park, we lose contact with the urban world. Without a mobile signal or internet, it’s now the winds, the wild horses and the great imposing snow-peak that crowns the Andes mountain range that accompany us on
Imagine cycling at 4,800 masl (almost 16,000 fasl) on the highest mountain in the world from the center of our planet, the closest point to the sun. All this is possible in one place and in a single race: the Chimborazo Extremo.
The Galapagos Islands are the last port for the boats that each year cross the Pacific, the greatest of the planet’s oceans, towards French Polynesia. More daring travelers can stick their thumbs out in the port of Santa Cruz, and join a real-life odyssey.