The longest individual travel by bike is unknown, but Brazil’s Vuelta Sudamericana will be the longest stage-race in the world at 134 days in length. While the race will run 134 days in length, only 110 of those are actual riding stages. There were 23 rest days and 1 travel day built into the schedule as well. 23 riders from all over the planet will participate in the ride, which covers nearly 7500 miles, passing through Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Bolivia, and Peru before ending in Quito, Ecuador in October. Along the the route they’ll peddle through jungles, across deserts, and over mountain passes, climbing as high as 13,780 feet in the Andes.
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