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North American Epic



Een reis en fietsavontuur van grote proporties! Beginnend aan de oevers van de Noordelijke IJszee, de North American Epic voert je door Canada, USA, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaraqua, Costa Rica & Panama. Ervaar de inuit-cultuur in het hoge noorden, de gastvrijheid van de inheemse bevolking in Mexico, de uitgestrekte toendra van de noordpool en de eindeloze stranden van de Pacifische kust van El Salvador Uiteindelijk zullen jullie naar en over het geweldige Panamakanaal fietsen en vervolgens naar de kosmopolitische stad Panama waar deze ongelofelijke fietsreis eindigt.

166 dagen
13915 km / 8647 mi
$ 0.- / € 0.-
  • Overnachten in hotels en camping
  • Dempster & Alaska highways
  • Rocky mountains
  • Beroemde Nationale Parken in de VS.
  • Het eten en de cultuur van latijns America.
  • Het is ook mogelijk om één of meerdere etappes van deze tour te rijden. Zie North American Epic etappe 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, of 11.



166 dagen
Gemakkelijk = ongetraind, normale conditie
Gemiddeld = u fietst vaker, goede conditie
Uitdagend = ervaren, uitstekende conditie
Groepstour = met meefietsende gids
Individueel = met routes en kaarten
Met gids
Afstand per dag
80-100 km / 50-62 mi
Afstand totaal
13915 km / 8647 mi
Luxe = 4-5 sterren hotel of luxe B&B
Basis = 1-2 sterren hotel/motel of B&B
Camping = tent, sporthal of campus
Camping, volpension
Dagelijks bagagevervoer
Niet inbegrepen
10 jul 2025 - 21 dec 2025
Prijs nog niet bekend
Panama City
Inuvik Airport (YEG)
Vliegveld bij start
Inuvik Airport (YEG)
Vliegveld bij eindpunt
Inuvik Airport (YEV).

Prijzen *Please note the prices are subject to change depending availability*

Prijs per persoon / please note the prices are subject to change depending availability
De tour prijs per person
$ 0.-


Inclusief / Niet Inclusief

Included / Not included

Starting on the shores of the Arctic Ocean, the riders of the North American Epic will head across the expansive tundra, with a chance to spot moose, caribou, grizzly bears, peregrine falcons and golden eagles. They will ferry across the mighty MacKenzie, one of the world’s longest rivers, pedal across the Arctic Circle and visit the historic Gold Rush town of Dawson City. This section ends in Whitehorse alongside the Yukon River where thousands of fortune hunters trekked and sailed north during the 1890s.

The second section of this epic ride follows close to 1400 km of the Alaska Highway, which was constructed during World War II for the purpose of connecting the contiguous USA to Alaska. Legendary for being a rough, challenging drive, the highway is currently paved over its entire length, although cyclists can expect a few rougher stretches due to construction work and periodic flooding. Riders can also expect more opportunities to see large wildlife, such as buffalo and moose, as they head to a relaxing rest day near the Liard Hotsprings.

In Fort St. John the second section ends and third begins with riders pushing towards the resort towns of Jasper, and a little further down the road, Banff. Riding the world-famous Icefields Parkway past Mt Edith Cavell, the Columbia Icefields and serene Lake Louise it will be hard for cyclists not to stop every kilometer or so to stand in awe of their surroundings. After some rest the group heads out from Banff towards the Canada-USA border. It’s time to seek more open space, more wildlife and less human population. Montana, one of the least-densely populated states, is next on the trip as riders pedal on to Helena.

From Helena to Moab, from the forests of the north to the deserts of the south, riders will watch the landscape change as they begin their ride along the continental divide. The next 2 sections, The Great Divide & Canyonlands, will take riders down the middle of the United States and across the paths of multiple national parks and bucket-list monuments. The route takes you along fabled highways #128, #191 and #163 where the stunning vistas will inspire you. The tour is scheduled so that riders spend their well-deserved rest days near amazing national parks where they can wander among the fins, spires, pinnacles, arches, and balanced rocks that make the area so unique. Carved over the years by the wind and water, Arches National Park & Canyonland National Park inspire asense of wonder among all who visit. Additional rest days provide the opportunity for a guided tour of Yellowstone Park where riders will likely see herds of bison, fields of hot springs and the world’s most renowned geyser, Old Faithful.

The cyclists’ time in the USA is almost over by the time they reach Yuma, Arizona and suddenly it will be time for another border-crossing. Welcome to Mexico and welcome to the beach! Margaritas, sun and some beach camping will make a fine change for weary riders. A couple weeks down the Baja California peninsula ends in the bustling city of La Paz.

From there, riders fly to Puerto Vallarta to begin the next section of the tour, Conquistadores. Over the next two weeks riders will pedal deeper into the culture of Mexico. As they make their way towards the capital there are plenty of opportunities to explore the country's history, such as the colonial towns of Guanajuato State, including rest days at the heritage sites of old Guanajuato and San Miguel de Allende. The historic monument zone of Queretaro city is worth a visit, before we cycle as a Convoy de los Conquistadores y Cyclistas into Mexico City.

A couple days later the riders will continue their Mexican cycling experience, passing through Oaxaca, one of the country's most fascinating cities and on into the State of Chiapas, renown for the 1994 Zapatista uprising. The tourist mecca of San Cristobal de las Casas will provide a last taste of Mexican culture before the cyclists cross the border into Guatemala and a rest day at the incomparably beautiful Lake Atitlan. The final stretch will see the riders pedal into El Salvador and the end of the section on the windswept beaches of the Pacific Coast.

The last section of this incredible cycling expedition sees the riders dragging themselves away from El Salvador’s world famous surf and pedalling their way through Honduras’s sun-baked plains. Next up is Nicaragua and a stop in Granada and its stunning colonial architecture. Before they know it, they will find themselves sunning themselves on the white sand beaches of Costa Rica. Refreshed they now head south along the coast before turning up into the Talamanca Mountain Range and a final rest day un the shadow of Panama’s highest peak, Volcan Baru.

Finally, the cyclists will spin toward, and then across, the amazing Panama Canal before pulling into cosmopolitan Panama City and the end of this unbelievable two-wheeled journey. at the end of our 10,000 km journey. After celebrating with some cervezas it is time to say goodbye to the friends we have made, pack up our bikes and head for the airport enriched with memories to last a lifetime.

* This is a general itinerary. Tour itineraries are subject to change based on the group, available accommodations and other unforeseen circumstances such as the weather, local conditions, government intervention, that may affect the quality of the trip and/or safety of the participants. Please view this itinerary as an outline as to what to expect on this tour.

* Tourbeschrijvingen kunnen onderhevig zijn aan verandering en aanpassingen afhankelijk van de groep, beschikbare accommodaties en andere onvoorziene omstandigheden, waaronder het weer, bosbranden, overstromingen, orkanen, aardverschuivingen en/of andere natuurverschijnselen.
Gebruik deze beschrijving als overzicht van wat je kunt verwachten.


Full tour riders, and sectional riders whose sections include Baja California and Conquistadores, must book and pay their own flight from Cabo San Lucas to Puerto Vallarta.

Level: intermediate

Some long and tough days with shorter less challenging days mixed in. Environment (sometimes including wind and heat) and terrain (including some significant climbing) are more of a factor. Some unexpected challenges may creep in from time to time.

Prices based on double occupancy at hotels. Solo riders will be paired with another rider of the same sex at no additional charge.


105 nachten in hotels
61 nachten kamperen
Vervoer van Inuvik naar Tuktoyaktuk.
Meeste diners
De meeste ontbijten
Alle lunchmaaltijden langs de weg
Ervaren chef-kok
Bagage vervoer
Ervaren reisleider
Fiets monteur
Transfer van Inuvik naar Tuktoyaktuk
EHBOer aanwezig
Lokale ondersteuning
Tour jersey
Feestelijk laatste diner
Informatiebulletins voorafgaand aan de tour

Niet Inclusief:

Vluchten en transfer van en naar de tour
Fiets en kampeeruitrusting.
Evt. visa en of Esta / Eta formulieren of andere visa
Nacht na de tour
Fooi gidsen
Full tour riders, and sectional riders whose sections include Baja California and Conquistadores, must book and pay their own flight from Cabo San Lucas to Puerto Vallarta.

Kaart & Routes



Zelf meebrengen.
Voor deze tocht raden we een toerfiets aan met één set 35-40c banden en één set 45-50c banden.
Voor meer informatie zie het PDF bestand hieronder.


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