IF IT DOESN'T CHALLENGE YOU, IT DOESN'T CHANGE YOU
Cycling the length of the Andes mountains. 57 degrees south to 10 degrees north. Self-funded, unaided and human-powered.
This is a tremendous undertaking. At an average cycling altitude of 3500m above sea level, your lungs strain, your legs burn and your brain tells you to stop.
But if it was easy, then everyone would do it. Difficult is what makes it great.