Adventure cyclist Dave Briggs has been traveling the world for over 14 years. Currently cycling from Alaska to Argentina, please follow his adventures here!

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  • Day off Tehuantepec
    on Feb 4, 2010 in frontpage
    When I woke up in the morning, I knew I wasn't going anywhere. My legs felt like lead, and I was thirsty, despite drinking litres of water the previous night. There's not much too Tehuantepec, so once I had been around the market, and walked a few st...
  • Santiago Istata to Tehuantepec
    on Feb 2, 2010 in frontpage
    I shouldn’t have worried about getting to sleep in the sweat box, although whether passing out through fatigue is a good thing is questionable. I was looking forwards to a nice, easy day today, but alas it was not meant to be. In fact, if anything,...
  • Pochutla to Santiago Astata
    on Feb 1, 2010 in frontpage
    The plan to get an earlier start worked well, and I was on the road for 07.00. It was just as well, because it turned out to be a long, challenging day. The whole 120 kms was filled with constant climbing and descents - not bad at first, but pretty g...
  • Puerto Escondido to Pochutla
    on Jan 31, 2010 in frontpage
    The going was pretty good today, with the terrain generally flat. I passed through lots of small settlements filled with waves and smiles, as I cycled ever southwards. Cycling between 08.00 and 10.00 is no problems at all, its at 11.00 the heat and h...
  • Cuajinicuilapa to Pinotepa Nacional
    on Jan 27, 2010 in frontpage
    The insect world had it in for me today. Things didn't start off too great when the croisants which I had bought the night before for breakfast, were covered in ants in the morning. At least my bananas were ok, so I was able to eat something. An hour...
  • Marquelia to Cuajinicuilapa
    on Jan 26, 2010 in frontpage
    A morning of rolling hills through pleasant, but ultimately uninspiring countryside. A lake with what I assumed to be lillies around the edges and in the centre was the only sight to break up the day. I finished at about the 65 km mark in Cuijin...
  • San Marcos to Marquelia
    on Jan 25, 2010 in frontpage
    I met the first Pan-American cyclist coming in the opposite direction that I had seen for a long time today. We had a good roadside chat for well over an hour before parting ways again, and as always, I was filled with a new enthusiasm for the road a...
  • San Jeronimo to Acapulco
    on Jan 24, 2010 in frontpage
    I left Hotel Coloso (yes, really) at about 8.00 and hit the road. It was another day of pretty easy riding, although today, the amount of rubbish on the roadside was really noticeable. A lot of the blogs I read mention the rubbish, but until today, I...
  • Acapulco to San Marcos
    on Jan 24, 2010 in frontpage
    Well, the hill out of Acapulco was a bit of a pig, but once that was out of the way, the going was much flatter and relatively traffic free. I stopped for lunch in a little restaurant.The food in Mexico has been mostly hit, although today’s serving...
  • Day off in Acapulco
    on Jan 23, 2010 in frontpage
    I wasn’t cycling anywhere today, as I had decided I would get a few jobs done in Acapulco. No joy on the bike shop front unfortunately, although I understand the next town of San Marcos has a sizeable bike shop. I did buy a map, however, which is g...
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