Cycling Cuba day 16. Remedios – Sancti Spiritus

We were eager to get back on Spaghetti, get to Sancti Spiritus, and tomorrow to our final destination Trinidad. For a change, we started with a 200m climb on the first 18km. But once we reached Zulueta, most of the road was downhill all the way down to Sancti Spiritus. Weather was great, roads in … Continue reading Cycling Cuba day 16. Remedios – Sancti Spiritus

Cycling Cuba day 11. Cienfuegos – Santa Clara

Still hilly 70sh km road but never like Terrazas or Viñales area. Valentina and I got good momentum going and none mechanic problems with Spaghetti. The thing about riding on a tandem is that Stocker and Captain have to adjust to each other's performance. Just like two different kind of cars, they have their own … Continue reading Cycling Cuba day 11. Cienfuegos – Santa Clara

Cycling Cuba day 10. Playa Giron – Cienfuegos

The Cycling to Cienfuegos Although a steady climb on our cycling, the 80km from Playa Giron to Cienfuegos is an easy non-traffic ride. There are plenty of shade stops for drinks, repairs, lunch, etc. At some point we found a long stretch of the road covered by seeds. We asked one of the workers and … Continue reading Cycling Cuba day 10. Playa Giron – Cienfuegos

Cuba day 9. Soroa – Playa Larga – Playa Giron

Cycling Cuba challenges are mostly not having access to water or food in the middle of nowhere or even worse, not finding accommodation because you -as a tourist- are not meant to be there -as we learnt on Day 6-. So instead of cycling to Playa Larga we decided to take a Taxi that would … Continue reading Cuba day 9. Soroa – Playa Larga – Playa Giron