Splash! Todo sur Tools Steps of Lapa Banos Khardung La Lago Atitlan Cartagena O2 Riding the roof of the world El Amatillo Laguna Verde Canyon of the duck The world’s largest salar Floating Village El Maestro Bienvenido a Colombia! Museo de las Momias The Estrada Real Haunchaco The walled city Laguna Colorado Little bridges and big gorges San Vicente Ecuador Mas practica Visiting with Coco Maranon River Carretera Austral Leaving the Altiplano Fill ‘er up! The lost city Taj Mahal Baralacha La Hanuman temple Rhotang La Srinagar marketplace Iguacu! Mooney Falls Maggie Noodles! Hemis Monastery A stormy Torres del Paine Jumping the Darien Gap Nicaragua La Posta Ancient Mayan cities Weeeee!!!! Los hijos de altiplano Quelap Bring on the curry! Royal Enfield 800 years later

Photo Roulette

Fill ‘er up!

You have to be comfortable finding gas out here.   Tingo, Amazonas, Peru

The lost city

It takes some effort to get here today so it’s not surprising the Spanish never found this Incan city. I try to imagine what the journey must have been like for the handful of people who stumbled across this magnificent place. Machu Picchu, Peru

El Maestro

Thousands of miles of punishing Andean off-road riding through Peru and Bolivia have left the SE’s forks in a state of severe disrepair. I’m very fortunate to meet this gentleman and proprietor of Ajar Suspension in Mendoza. A true artisan, thank you, Juan!

Laguna Colorado

Traveling in southern Bolivia during the rainy season means lots of rain and river crossings.

Floating Village

Don’t let the petite size of this woman fool you, she rowed us through the amalgamation of floating houses with great ease, much of the distance we covered was upstream no less. Chau Doc, Vietnam

Museo de las Momias

  Guanajuato, Mexico


The crew of the Stahlratte having fun offloading the bike in Cartagena.

Hemis Monastery

Essentially carved into the side of the mountain, the Hemis monastery has stood for almost 1,000 years. Hemis Monastery, Ladakh, India