As a professional photographer and an avid adventure motorcyclist, it was a no-brainer to combine my love of
travel, motorcycles and photography for some epic adventures!
In 2016 and 2017, I embarked by motorcycle from Texas through the Rockies, Canada, Alaska, the western US and Mexico, culminating in eight months on the road exploring a large portion of North America.
The second half of my adventure, exploring Central and South America, began after a short break back in Texas to see family and to refit the motorcycle for the next leg. My solo journey continued, riding for the tip of South America through Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama. From Panama, I put the motorcycle on a 100 year old sailing ship to bypass the Darien Gap, sailing through the San Blas islands to Cartagena on the north shore of the South American continent. I then rode south through Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile and Argentina to the port of Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world and the jumping off point for Antarctica. After reaching the literal end of the road, I turned two thousand miles north to Buenos Aires, Argentina, where I shipped the bike back to the United States. My adventures in Central and South America had taken an additional eight months of travel on the road.
Riding from Alaska to Argentina was an epic, sixteen month adventure covering 48,000 miles in all conditions - extreme heat, sand storms, snow, sleet, cold and tropical storm rains. Follow the journey at www.patagoniabound.com or click the link below!