The world threw a glove into my face and I picked it up. Ushuaia. The name of the southernmost city in the world brings chills to my body. Ushuaia in Tierra del Fuego. To achieve my dream I'll have to dig really deep into my physical and psychological reserves. The expedition covers about seven thousand kilometres on mostly gravel and muddy roads across Bolivia, Chile and Argentina. Altiplano, the high ridges of the Andes and the need to conquer a few passes in “no man's land”. The mythical RN 40, South American Panamericana, the crazy Carretera Austral - these are the proverbial paths to direct me to the inhospitable and unpredictable Patagonia - an arid wasteland with no end to the incessantly slashing wind that has driven many crazy. The reward for my effort to combat the very last virgin part of the world ... the special Ushuaia. It will be a fight against time, nature and myself. It is not for nothing that this journey this is referred to as cycling university.

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