Awesome experiences were lived by our friends in the Spondylus Guided Tour that took place this month. They had the chance to ride across the volcano avenue, then cross between two environmental worlds, enjoy the gastronomic arts from the coast and have experiences they never had before. Join us on what it was our tour...
Many things have being said about riders doing the entire trip on the same motorcycle, shipping it when they need to get to different continents. But is it necessarily the best way? We took snapshots from people who's done it, and done it well. And many of the things they say are indeed valid points.
I’m sure more than once you have been in a situation where you can barely manage to deal with your mid weight motorcycle on a back road somewhere, and suddenly you see this rider over taking you as if you were parked with his/her 450+ lbs ADV machine. First thing after cleaning your googles is to think: How the hell….?
Keep reading if you wish to read and learn the tips that are behind the eyes of these skillful riders…
Hi good traveler! Have you ever dream about traveling around the beautiful South America? Have you ever wonder about traveling around the Amazonas in a motorcycle?. Well, here’s some of the reasons why Ecuador Rental Bike can help you to discover the Andes Basin in the best way possible enjoying all the best Ecuador has to offer.
Ecuador is a country in western South America, bordering the Pacific Ocean at the Equator,
for which the country is named. Ecuador is surrounded by a wide range of natural formations and climates, from the desert like southern coast to the snowcapped peaks of the Andes Mountain Range, to the plains of the Amazon Basin. Ecuador is divided into three continental regions, the Pacific Coast (coast), The Andes (mountains), and Amazon Basin (east)—and one insular region (Galápagos Islands).
The weather in Ecuador stays at an average of about 19°C (66°F), pretty much all the time in the Andes Region, 26°C (79°F) in the Pacific Coast and the Amazon Basin, or "Oriente" as Ecuadorians call the region, is characterized by an average 27°C (80°F).