Drifting on a Higher Plain : A Journey through NZ, Chile and the Bolivian High plains

Adam is no stranger to big bike rides having competed in Race to the Rock and Victoria Divide in recent years. Earlier this year he completed three back to back trips, each one as a stand alone ride was a huge accomplishment. First up was Tour te Waipounamu, arguably the most gruelling bikepacking race on the calendar, this was backed up with a roll down the Carterra Austral and a jaunt into the Bolivian high plains. Come hear how he kept his body, mind and gear in one piece to complete 3 months on the road across some very different landscapes and cultures.


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