Coming & Going Home

I’ve been on the road for some time. Sure, I had spent many months back in the states while recovering after my broken leg in Bolivia. But that little accident didn’t set me back. Because I went back. Now in Buenos Aires. I know I’ve spent too long here. But the city just grabbed me. Sucked […]

Good Air.

I love Buenos Aires. The energy. The mix of Europe and Latin culture. The mate. The food. The wine. The strength of the dollar. The people. Did I say the people? There’s not much not to like about Buenos Aires. In many ways this place seems like home. Argentina with its diversity, culture, beauty and […]

Don’t Bug Me When I’m Riding.

It was a late start when we all left Villa General Belgrano, and after leaving the boys back in Rio Cuarto I made the journey back toward Buenos Aires. Just a few days ago this rode looked a lot different as I swam through the incessant rain getting the longest and wettest shower perhaps since […]

Villa General Belgrano & La Cumbrecita With Friends

Juan on his ’03 Dakar crossing bridge over canyon on route to La Cumbrecita. Sitting in the central Sierras of Argentina’s Cordoba province, Villa General Belgrano sits high in the Calamuchita Valley. It’s perhaps most famous for the largest beer festival in Argentina when thousands descend on the small village in October for the Fiesta […]

Viajito: A Weekend Ride

It’s been more than a month since I’ve ridden my motorcycle more than just a few miles. But as I took residence at Dakar Motos Friday night, I found myself the sole motorcyclists claiming a bunk. I spent the evening packing my gear, reviewing the map and prepping myself for my journey outside Buenos Aires. […]