The Ride South to the Arctic Circle

I had started out at Deadhorse, Prudhoe Bay in Alaska and was now 400 kms to the South , headed towards the Arctic Circle. A few years ago I would have never imagined that my legs would be pedalling hard at this latitude, and now I was just a few kms from the symbolic summit-the Arctic Circle.

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Coldfoot Station

Coldfoot station is that oasis of delight in the middle of an extremely dangerous and remote highway. The heart of Coldfoot is the Trucker's Cafe. It's a place to eat, drink and take a well deserved break. It serves up delicious food from hamburgers to steaks to amazing pies.

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Ascscending Atigun Pass

At Galbraith Lake I met Stephen Lowry who works for a land surveyor company and turned or to be a gem of a guy. He helped me to traverse

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Path to Argentina

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.

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Preface

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

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Training & Preparation

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!

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The Bike

Read all about the Customised Bike that I will use for the Journey across the World to America

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