Riding through Argentina

March 25, 2015

Rick and our adult riders recently returned from an incredible trip in Argentina. They spent two weeks experiencing the cuisine, culture and breathtaking scenery of northern Argentina from the seat of a bike in support of TWV Trip programs. The trip is approximately 450 km, ending in the town of Yerba Buena in the province of Tucuman. One of the most breathtaking parts of the trip is a large downhill stretch (70km’s of downhill!) into the Argentine rainforest. Thanks to Kim Jessen for capturing the magic of this descent in this GoPro video. WOW!





This trip includes 11 nights of accommodation in country estates, B&B’s and family run hostels; one night camping at a trout farm in the Calchaquí mountains, three sight-seeing days in Salta, Cafayate and Tafi de Valle; all group meals, and pre-trip support and instruction for getting ready. We are currently recruiting for our March 2016 adventure and spots on this trip go fast so contact us early to book your spot. Your participation on this trip supports the mission of Two Wheel View. A portion of your program fee is eligible for a charitable tax receipt.


For more information about the trip and to sign up for 2016, click here.

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