This is Episode 33 of Bikepacking from Alaska to Argentina and around the world. Picking up at the La Araucania province in Chile, I try to follow my summer dream route… but in the winter. Join me as I try to figure out how much snow is too much snow and meet the wild dogs and cats of Chile and the people that work and live in these remote places. #bikepacking #winterbikepacking#chile
bike & gear: 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/
blog/journal posts covering this video (e.x. a bit more details and if you want to know what happened to the dog but dont want to watch the video until the end):
thank you to Pedro, Claudia & family from Posada del Rio, Ricardo the logger, Hugo, Ricardo, Matt and everyone i had met along the way!
thank you to the Patreon Supporters for helping me to continue doing what I love and making videos about it (which I also love). All 230+ of you who have never met me (and the 8 that have actually met me)!!!
If you would like to support the ride & video project monthly, you can find more info here: https://www.patreon.com/iohangue
Or one time via Paypal: http://bit.ly/BWpaypal
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)
Thank you to some of the viewers who translated this into other Languages, Mariana to Spanish, Guntram to German, Victor to French, Sergey to Russian and Magnus to Norwegian.
if you would like to do it in your own language for the next episode, let me know! and this one can also be translated here via youtube.
this has two originals and some royalty free music in here to help reduce the amount of ads youtube puts on my videos (1-2 at start plus 1 per song during).
Dennyiah – iohan (a band from Slovakia that wrote this song for me):
Violin: Adam Baldych
Recorded by: Lukáš Kreheľ
Sound engineer: Brendan Dekora
and Axl Ludwig – Carrion Crow (cover)
and the youtube stuff is below —–