The Reviews are in – ‘The Undiscovered Country’ section is amazing!
“Coming from Belgium, I’m a bit of a flat-lander so the climbs between Medellin and Bogota were seriously challenging. And then there was the mud day right after San Marcos, which was also rough. But meeting the locals at the tiny village where we crossed the river in canoe made for a wonderfully memorable experience.” -Chris Hectors
“Cycling into Medellin was brilliant. The convoy, the city’s obvious passion for cycling. We loved it.” -Nick Harrison
“Regarding the cycling culture, I was very pleasantly surprised. It exceeds Belgium, for sure. I saw old people, young people, and every type of bike imaginable, which I didn’t expect at all.” -Chris Hectors
“I often found myself wondering, “Why are we taking these brutal side routes!?”. But in the end, I feel very accomplished having finished the section.” -Fred Promoli
“The first section was very challenging – it really broke us down at times, but as we got fitter the climbs became much more enjoyable and the scenery impossible to beat.” -Nick Harrison
“Colombia is wild. Different. The mountains and diversity made me think of Switzerland. Plus, there are almost no tourists.” -Chris Hectors
“The day after Manizales climbing up to 4,000 meters was tough but absolutely spectacular.” -Peter Hodegs