The seeds of the path to Argentina found root in the gravel roads of the Far North, 30000 kms away, in the Arctic at Prudhoe Bay.
I began my long and exciting journey on the 21st of June for two reasons. It was my fathers birthday and summer solstice day as well.
The year was 2011, and was just back, inspired and triumphant, after cycling on one of the highest motorable roads in the world ( Manali – Khardung La). I was reading an article on transcontinental cycling in a magazine specializing in bicycling when I came across a
I am sharing this for the uninitiated. Experienced touring cyclists who have been riding for years, may just roll up their eyes when they read this article, but touring in India is so nascent that I think this will be a good perspective!
Dhruv Bogra is a cyclist from New Delhi and has worked in sales in the retail industry for 25 years. Travel has been an intrinsic part of his life and he has travelled to over 20 countries and has lived and worked across India including some of its remotest parts. Since 2010, Dhruv has traversed over 25,000 kms on bicycle.