Gestalten - Two Years On A Bike - From Vancouver To Patagonia
Gestalten - Two Years On A Bike - From Vancouver To Patagonia
Gestalten - Two Years On A Bike - From Vancouver To Patagonia
Gestalten - Two Years On A Bike - From Vancouver To Patagonia
Gestalten - Two Years On A Bike - From Vancouver To Patagonia
Gestalten - Two Years On A Bike - From Vancouver To Patagonia
Gestalten - Two Years On A Bike - From Vancouver To Patagonia
Gestalten - Two Years On A Bike - From Vancouver To Patagonia
Gestalten - Two Years On A Bike - From Vancouver To Patagonia

Gestalten - Two Years On A Bike - From Vancouver To Patagonia

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Overview

A bike is all you need to join this epic adventure, spanning continents and years, that will awaken your thirst for exploration.

Description

Could you live permanently on the road? When all your belongings fit in a few bags, your office is a roadside diner, and your home is a meandering route from Canada to the southern tip of Argentina?

In Two Years on a Bike, Martijn Doolaard puts it to the test. Strapping the necessities onto his bicycle, he ventures into desolate wastelands and sojourns in vast cities, exploring what it means to be at home in the world while embracing a life of minimalism and long-term travel.

Along the winding roads of California’s coasts, the impenetrable jungles of Mexico, the ever-higher passes of the Andes Mountains, and the severe alpine forests of Patagonia, Doolaard eschews comfort and convention for the sake of documenting life on one of the world’s most breathtaking—and notorious—routes.

Details

Editors: gestalten & Martijn Doolaard
Release date: November 2021
Format: 24 x 32 cm
Features: Full color, hardcover, stitch bound, 420 pages
ISBN: 978-3-96704-050-0


Martijn Doolaard is a dutch photographer, designer and travel writer. He grew up in a small town in the Netherlands where fishing and camping holidays with his three brothers formed the inspiration of his current outdoor life. In 2015, he put his life in the city on pause and rode his bicycle to China, describing the trip in the widely acclaimed One Year On A Bike, published by gestalten. The itch of leaving again came quite soon...