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Gran Fondo Training camp

The rise of the Gran Fondo

In cycling you have many types or riders, from ‘good weather’ cyclists, who like to end the ride with a beer in the sun, Strava segment chasers who go for KOM’s all the way to the licence holders that battle … Read More

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Cycling in Colombia – A perspective from Matt and Christa (Canada)

November in our home town of Vancouver, Canada can be downright depressing. Imagine days upon days of rain and little day light. We wanted to go somewhere to avoid the soggiest month of the year and ride our bikes in … Read More

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Bogota altitude training camp

The effects of high-altitude training

There is a growing trend amongst amateur cyclists to take their training to a higher level. Where power meters used to be exclusive for professional cyclists, it is now becoming a standard equipment for amateurs. It all started with the … Read More

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New One-day tour: Exploring Patios

Join the local Sunday weekly challenge! Every Sunday thousands of Bogotanos take up the closed streets for cars to enjoy leisure activities on the Ciclovía. But some people go a little bit further. Bogotá is sided by a gigantic block … Read More

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Why Colombia should be your next cycling holiday destination

Going on a cycling holiday is getting more and more popular these days, it is becoming easier to bring your bike on a flight and airline tickets are getting more affordable. With these two positive trends, the possibilities to ride … Read More

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Riding in Colombia, an interview with Tomás

How did you get the idea to start a bike tour company? By mere chance. In 2008, I raced with friends who organized the Ruta De Los Conquistadores in Costa Rica. After that, I was left with the impression that something … Read More

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Is Colombia safe to visit

Is Colombia safe to visit and travel? We get asked that question, a lot! So we thought that we could take you around the plus and minus safety wise for Colombia So, is Colombia safe for traveling? That would be … Read More

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Climbing Alto de Letras: the longest climb in the world

Close to summiting the longest climb in the world, all I could hear was the sweet turning of the pedals, the small breeze that blew under the clouds. I could feel the pain in my tired legs, the difficulty of grasping for some … Read More

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Colombian cyclist: 5 reason of why are they so good at climbing

Why Colombian cyclist climb so well? Well that’s easy: Because we have mountains. But really why? Why are they able to ride up with so much panache, (We are looking at you Nairo and your outstanding on the pedals position). … Read More

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Beginner cyclist: a small guide into your first cycling trip to Colombia

So you are planning a cycling trip to Colombia here are some of our suggestions . RIDE!! We can’t stress this enough, but Colombia is known for its mountains and even a fairly easy ride will eventually kick up a … Read More

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