UPDATED November 10, 2021

BY The TDA Team

IN North American Epic

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UPDATED November 10, 2021

BY The TDA Team

IN North American Epic

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Only a Few Sections Of The 2022 North American Epic Remain Open

 

It looks like 2022 will be a return to some degree of normalcy in the travel industry and as a result many of our tours are filling up faster than usual. The North American Epic is proving to be extremely popular and we have just marked the full tour as sold out. Limited space is still available for the 5 sections between Banff and Mexico City. That means spots are open for the entire American portion of the tour as well as all of the Baja Peninsula and the Mexican mainland as far as Mexico City.

As a reminder of how special this tour is and why you might want to consider snagging one of the final spots, please check out our film that documented this adventure in 2019. Below we highlight the parts of the film that feature sections that are still open for registration…

Across the American West

This video – part three of the six part video series called ‘Cycling the North American Epic’ – showcases the first half of the US portion of the North American Epic.

The American West both charms and challenges the riders as they start the US portion of the journey. The famed ‘Going to the Sun Road’ through Glacier National Park is an early highlight as they work their way south past more parks, towering peaks, and rushing rivers.

More details of these sections of the North American Epic can be found below. These sections are open for registration, but spaces are limited:

  • Waterton Lakes to Helena, Montana – part of the section known as the Road to the Sun
  • Helena to Jackson Hole, Wyoming – part of the section known as the Great Divide

The Great Divide and Canyonlands

Part four of the video series takes the participants through the American southwest as the North American Epic expedition carries on southward.

The second half of the US portion of the North American Epic takes the cyclists from Jackson Hole into the Canyonlands and the fantastic and sometimes surreal landscapes of Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, and Arizona. Cycling past rock formations in Monument Valley or spinning alongside the Colorado River are certainly special experiences.

More details of these sections of the North American Epic can be found below. These sections are open for registration, but spaces are limited:

  • Jackson Hole to Moab, Utah – part of the section known as the Great Divide
  • Moab to Yuma, Arizona – the section known as Canyonlands

The Baja Peninsula and Mexico City

Mexico is the focus of part five of the video series.

In Mexico, the biggest cultural shift of the tour takes place and the riders are greeted with new foods, a new language and plenty of unique experiences on and off the bike. Mexico is certainly not flat, and the road conditions vary and create new challenges for riders. With thousands of kilometres now behind them, the cyclists fight not only physical fatigue, but mental fatigue as well.

More details of these sections of the North American Epic can be found below. These sections are open for registration, but spaces are limited:

  • Yuma, USA to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico – the section known as Baja California
  • Puerto Vallarta to Mexico City – the section known as Conquistadores

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