hi my name is iohan and this is the 32nd episode of bikepacking from Alaska to Argentina and around the world. This one picks up right at the lunar landscape at the end of episode 31 and also sheds more light as to what caused this entire valley to be covered in rocks, sand and ash. After 12 days I finally reach civilization/town and take a detour to the coast for a week, followed by some packrafting again in the mountains... on the way to Patagonia. #chile #bikepacking #packrafting
EN | CC/subtitles: This video is close captioned for English (narration and everything), they are hardcoded. Don't use the youtube automatic captions!
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The bike, gear, cameras, drone, etc. + reviews at: http://www.bikewanderer.com/the-bike
The Video Project and my goal to see the world and make videos: http://www.bikewanderer.com/video
more info, blog/journal entries, story so far, etc. at: http://www.bikewanderer.com/
Big thank you to the Patreon Supporters for helping me to continue doing what I love and making videos about it . All 300+ of you who have never met me (and the 7 that have actually met me)!!!
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also thanks to my sponsors who have either sent me free gear or offered a discount:
Elevation Wheel Company (Chris Murray, after 4 years has finally moved onto full-time wheelbuilder and he is always helping me with bike-related stuff and building my last set of wheels)
Fatback Bikes (Fuzzy & Cameron for the support and currently setting up a new build for Europe and beyond)
BarYak (Tina & Joe for being generally awesome bikers and sending over various things to test and try to brake)
Victor from Dorel Sports chile for hooking me up with a set of new Maxxis 4.8 tires and the guys at the guys at Intercycles Santiago for helping me set up tubeless
not to mention all the nice people i have met on the way!
MUSIC (contentID/youtube, they just play ads on my video)
many of these songs are long and recent favorites but after argentina and for europe i will be switching to free (or licensed) songs to avoid many of the issues that are arising on older videos.
Gustavo Santaollalla - Pajaros
Max Richter -
Great Lake Swimmers - Fields of Progeny (and french version)
Steve Goodman - City of New Orleans
The Jezabels - A Little Piece
Armando Queupil - Flores Finas
Patricio Manzz - Arriba en la Cordillera
Gregory Alan Isakov (CO symphony) - That Sea, The Gambler
Tony Anderson - The King
Mark Knopfler - guitar solo
Max Richter - The Departure
Johnny Cash - I've been everywhere
Sky Gienger - Known
Bikepacking Chile: The Mountains The Coast And A Rubber Boat (See The World 32)