I entered the Americas in 2012 through Hawaii, and then flew to San Francisco to cycle to Los Angeles. In the spring of that year I traveled to Alaska and I cycled from Anchorage to Mexico, through the Rocky Mountains and Baja California. To avoid the rainy season in Central America, I flew to Toronto, Canada, and I cycled to Miami. Later, I returned to Mexico City and continued my trip to Panama. Due to the Darien area, I flew to Colombia and after pedaling through the Colombian Caribbean and the coffee region, I went from island to island through the Lesser and Greater Antilles. Then I returned to Colombia and cycled through the Peruvian jungle, where I took several boats to go down through Amazon river till the Atlantic sea. I toured the Brazilian northeast and returned to Maceio after 14 years of traveling. From there I went to the Bolivian highlands and then I entered to Argentina, where I toured the 23 provinces of the country, from Jujuy to Tierra del Fuego and then to Formosa and Paraguay. Then, I took the final stretch to the Obelisk of Buenos Aires.