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Chile by Motorcycle // Atacama Desert wildlife, flamingo, vicuna, rhea, salt pools, moto adventure

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On today’s Motorcycle Therapy, Jeremy Kroeker and Elle West depart Bolivia with their motorcycles and enter Chile. The pair camp at San Pedro de Atacama, ride the Paso de Jama, spot Atacama Desert wildlife (flamingo, vicuna, rhea), and float in the salt pools. Jeremy (on his Kawasaki KLR 650), and Elle (on her BMW 700GS) struggle on a soft gravel road, and finally cross into Argentina.

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Elle gets a surprise from a sea lion, and Jeremy gets electrocuted in Uruguay:

Riding the Trampoline of Death in Colombia:

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Jeremy Kroeker is the author of “Motorcycle Therapy: A Canadian Adventure in Central America,” and “Through Dust and Darkness: A Motorcycle Journey of Fear and Faith in the Middle East.” With his motorcycle, he has traveled to over 30 countries while managing to do at least one outrageously stupid thing in every one.

He is from Canmore, Alberta, Canada.

Intro music, Bryan Bayley. Used with permission.
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Stock video by Envato Elements.

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