A: We carry tools and parts with us in the support truck to be able to handle most repairs while we’re touring but if we can’t we’ll swap out your bike for the auxiliary bike we carry on the support truck and you’ll be riding again soon.
A: Contact us and let us know what dates work for you and we’ll work to try and build a tour based on those dates.
A: No problem, we’ll load your bike up in the back of the support truck and you can ride along in the support truck until you let us know that you want to ride again.
Q: I've heard that traveling in Bolivia is unsafe, especially for foreigners, is that really true?
A: There are obviously some limits but we are able to lower the height of our bikes by changing to a lowered seat as well as installing lowering links to the suspension, which in most cases is enough. After making your deposit we will send you an email requesting your height as well as a few other things, so that we can make sure that the bike you’ll be riding is setup properly for you when you arrive.
A: Let us know about your particular diet in advance and most likely we’ll be able to meet your needs.
A: Very few if any of the places that we stay at don’t have wifi.
A: In short, no. The main issue is that on days that we won’t be riding, usually we’ll be busy with other activities. Also, we try to utilize our non-riding days to keep up with the maintenance of the bikes.
A: Like a lot of places these days, weather in Bolivia can be pretty unpredictable but we’ve picked the months of the year that are best suited to motorcycle touring in Bolivia.
A: We start off slow in terms of off-road riding and the intensity often builds as we go, meaning you might not start off being a great off-road rider but by the end of the tour you’ll most likely be very competent. Likewise, we try not to rush, so if you’re still gaining confidence we have time and will be patient, after all it’s good to slow down sometimes to really appreciate all of the scenery that Bolivia has to offer.