Join us in the summer and fall of 2013 as we undertake another epic adventure.
While most trans-North American cycling journeys cross the continent from west to east, the north to south route from Anchorage, Alaska to Mexico City is filled with irresistible sights, sounds, and challenges that will appeal to the spirit of the curious/adventurous cyclist.
You will cycle on famous roads such as the Alaska and trans-Baja Highways and explore iconic National Parks including Kluane, Jasper, Banff, Glacier Lakes, Yellowstone, Grand Teton, and the Grand Canyon. You will enjoy rest days in such locales as Whitehorse Yukon, the mountain biking paradise of Moab Utah, and Mexico’s resplendent Pacific Ocean coast. There are also a dozen World Heritage Sites to explore en route, including six along the final section from Mazatlan to Mexico City alone. From the Alaskan wilderness to the Rocky Mountains, from the Canyonlands of the Southwestern USA to the desert vistas of the Baja peninsula, this tour has it all.
Countries: Canada, United States, and Mexico
Far Out Factor
July 4, 2013
October 27, 2013
Mexico City, Mexico
94 Days Riding
22 Days Resting
Canada, United States, and Mexico