Tracking (real)

—- Enjoy the statistics. Meant to be for fellow travelers to find their route, service hubs and orientation. —-


Last update :
22nd December 2020 (page refurbished)
Distance (total): ~62.800 km
Time in the saddle (approximate now, since I lost the detail trace): ~922 hrs
Set of tires (mounted): Five
Staates Traveled in sequence (by entering):
Novo Scotia, Brunswick (CAN),
Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York State (USA),
Ontario (CAN), Michigan (USA),
Manituba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Yukon (CAN),
Alaska (USA), British Columbia (CAN),
Washington State, Oregon, California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah (USA),
Baja California Norte, Baja California Sud, Sinaloa, Nayarit, Jalisco, Michoacan, Guanajato, Queretaro, Hidalgo, Mexico, Puebla, Oaxaca, Vera Cruz, Tabasco, Chiapas (MEX)
Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina (bike shipped from Buenos Aires to Cape Town, South Africa)
Overnight stays in sequence (if more than one):
Canada: Halifax, Woodstock,
USA: North Convay, Amsterdam, Niagara Falls, Howell (4), Sault St. Marie,
Canada: Thunder Bay, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Edmonton (2), Fort ST. John, Haines Junction,
USA: Fairbanks, Cold Foot (Camping at -8 degrees), Deadhorse, Wiseman, Fairbanks, Anchorage (2+1), Cantwell, Tok,
Canada: Dawson City, Rancheria, Skagway, Stewart (2), Burns Lake, Jasper, Banff, Calgary (2), Kelwona, Vancouver (4), Tofino (2), Victoria (2),
USA: Seattle (3), Portland(2), Newport, Union Creek (Crater Lake), Trinindad (OG), Lassen, Bishop (2), San Francisco (3), Pismo Beach, Santa Barbara, Las Vegas and surronding (5), Barstow, San Diego (5)
MEX: Ensenada, Gurrero Negro, La Paz, Cabo San Lucas, Esquinapa, Guadalajara (3), Guanajuato, Queretaro, Mexico (3), Puebla, Oaxaca, San Cristobal (3), Palenque, Comitan
Guatemala: Panajachel, Antigua, Guatemala City
Honduras: Copan Ruinas, Gracias, Danli
Costa Rica: Liberia, Smara Beach, Quepos
Panama: David, Panama City (3)
Stahlratte: Kuna Island, Boat (3)
Colombia: Cartagena (3), Taganga (2), Planeta Rica, Medellin (8), Salento, Cali, San Augstin, Pasto
Ecuador: Quito (3), Cotopaxi, Banos (2), Cuenca, Vilcamabma (2)
Peru: San Ignacio, Chachapoyas (2), Leymebamba, Celedin, Huamachuco, Pallasca, Lima (3), Huancayo, Ayachuco, Anahuaylas (2), Aguascalientes (Machu Picchu), Cusco (3-), Espinar, Chivay, Arequipa (2), Puno
Bolivia: Copacabana, La Paz (3),
Chile: Putre, Coahane
Bolivia: Oruro, Cochababma, Santa Cruz de la Sierra (9), Sucre (2), Uyuni (2), Villamar, Laguna Colarada
Chile: San Pedro de Atacama (2), Chanaral, Sanitago de Chile (9), Osorno
Argentina: San Carlos de Bariloche (2), Comodoro Rivadavida, Puert Sant Julian
Chile: Cerro Sombrero
Argentina: Ushuaia (4), Rio Grande
Chile: Porvenir, Punto Arenas (4), Puerto Natales
Argentina: El Calafate (2), El Calafate/Perito Moreno (3), El Chalten/PN Torres del Peine (2), Perito Moreno
Chile: Puerto Guadal, Puerto Tranquilo (4), Coihaique, Puyuhuapi, Chaiten, Hornopiren, Puerto Vascas (2)
Argentina: San Martin de los Andes, Cartlien, Mendoza (2), Cordoba (3), Termas Rio Hondo (4), Tucuman, Resistencia
Paraguay: Asuncion (2), Caaguzu
Brasil: Foz do Iguazu (7), Curitiba (2), Blumenau (2), Florianopolis (6), Sao Joaquim, Nova Petropolis, Rio Grande
Uruguay: Montevideo (2), Colonia
Argentina: Buenos Aires (2)
Brazil: Rio de Janeiro (3)
In the plane: To Paris, To Johannesburg

Different beds: 186

(bike at 24.400km before starting the tour): (all services at Triumph Regensburg, Germany)

+ 32.000km service in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (at Triumph in Edmonton)
– Front suspension oil leaking and front brake pads in Anchorage
– Engine bolts loose (from vibrations) and tightened in Calgary

+ 48.000km Service and rear brake pads in Las Vegas (at Triumph in Las Vegas)
– Front brake pads in Guatemala City
– Cardan Seals, Engine/Gearbox Cover screws tightened in Medellin
– Hole in the radiator and fixed it with cold metal in Leymebamba
– Cooling system check and re-enforce hole fix in Huamachuco

+ 64.000km Service and front and rear brake pads, cooling system check in Lima (at Triumph Peru)

+ 68.000km Final repairs of my crash in Espinar, in Santa Cruz (at Triumph Bolivia)
Air filter, side stand bolt on warranty, new grippers, panniers frame welded, radiator finally repaired (getting ready for final 18tkm of PANAM)

+ 71.000km Oil change on my own in Santiago de Chile

+ 84.000km, 80kkm service in Asuncion, Paraguay (at Triumph Paraguay)


Continental Road Attack, mounted in Regensburg (DE), 2.400 km in the alps, total 8.000 km
Michellin Anakee 3, mounted in Edmonton (CA) (2SEP2014), total 10.000 km (1.600km gravel),
Heidenau Scout 60, mounted in Calgary (CA) (25SEP2014), total (~16.000km, front tire done, rear tire at 25%, both changed.)
Heidenau Scout 60, mounted in Guatemala City, Guatemala (25NOV2014) (~15.000km done)
Heidenau Scout 60, bought in Cusco mounted in La Paz (4FEB2015) (22.800km done)
Heidenau Scout 60, mounted in Cape Town, South Africa (29MAY2015) (at 87.200km) (took me home without puncture 33.000km on the front, rear was changed on Dubai for a Shinko due to no other tire available)

Lightbulbs: 4
Break pads: Front (4 sets, where one was lost with 80% because of fork oil contamination), Rear (2 sets)
Cheapest night: 2.90 Euros, Pallasca/Peru
Most expensive night: 139 CAN Dollar Niagara Falls/Canada (Saturday’s tariff)
Falls of the bike:
3 times to the right, [two times at zero speed, one time gliding backwards on a uphill]
3 times to the left, [tow times at low speed and one time heavily with major damage to the pannier holder, plastic parts, clutch lever and front fork right]
Pannier carrier welded right, one time (after the crash)
Pannier carrier welded left, three times (the joint of the crash opened up twice)