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We know the way. We have discovered and prepared our travels from every direction. The roads are inspected. Despite the beaten track, the route is well known. In every country and city. So indeed, we let nothing to chance. Why should we? What we receive from you?… It remains for us a fantastic and ultimate experience to see the admiration in the eyes of our clients. Their admiration for breath-taking views, for the discovery of dream locations where we encounter the most fascinating places on earth. Every time we are surprised. Through the perseverance and determination of our clients. Their sense for adventure and the courage to be challenged. Admiration for the courage to leave their beaten paths. Whoever you are and whatever you do in life, together we can achieve the most beautiful things. We take you through the most amazing and unique routes. Leave behind what you can miss and take what you want. Rely on our expertise. Let us surprise, inspire and challenge you. If you pedal yourself, the world lies at your feet. Let us give you the first push.
Willy Mulonia, expert lonely traveler and cyclist for more than 30 years. He made several solo expeditions, but the most important is without a doubt the 28,640 bike trip from Ushuaia (Patagonia) to Prudhoe Bay (Alaska). He raced in the Crocodile Trophy (Australia) in ’98 and the famous Iditarod Trail Invitational (ITI) in Alaska in 1999, 2000, 2018, 2019, 2020 & 2022 as well as many other mountain bike stage races all over the world. In 2003 he founded the bike travel agency Progetto Avventura, now renamed Project Adventure Cycling. In 2010, with the help of all the team of PA-Cycling he created the Mongolia Bike Challenge, one of the most important MTB stage race in the world. Today you can find him guiding most the tour offered by Project Adventure Cycling.
Lover of cyclotourism since the late 90s, over the years has always tried to move a little more further the limits of his biking adventures. After several solo bike tour including Sardinia, Sicily, Corsica and Iceland, in 2006, he came in contact with Project Adventure Cycling, former Progetto Avventura, participating in the Atacama Desert and Mongolia bike tour. Passionate about winter ultramarathon and endurance, he has participated in several editions of the Iditarod Trail Invitational in Alaska. In 2017 he raced the Tour Divide, 4.500 km from Canada to Mexico on a singlespeed. Since 2009, he joined the Project Adventure Cycling taking care of various aspect of the Travel Agency. It deals with the creation, management and guiding of bike tour, in addition to maintain relationships with customers. Much of the information that you will receive will have his signature.
Julian Bueno Risco
Julian Bueno is a geographer, photographer, traveler, digital-map-maker, bike lover and route & event designer. In this way, and as an active and passionate person, Julian has collaborated and published several spanish mountain bike guide books and he is an active member of the Spanish Mountain Bike School (EEMTB). He likes to share his passions and to discover new routes and friends, spending also time steering many people through different cycling destinations. Overall, he feels movement as part of his life and he used to participate in marathon, roller skates challenges and general long distance events. You can chat with him about life, GPS secrets and innovative cycling gadgets. Now, he is part of the Project Adventure Cycling.
With a divided heart, of Argentine parents, born in Venezuela and raised in Spain, since childhood Nacho has had a nomadic and adventurous soul. In 2017, together with his best friend, they decided to cycle the Americas with their @260litros project until the pandemic put the dream of getting from Patagonia to Alaska on standby. Nowadays, after living five years in South America, he returns home (Spain) to join the PA-Cyling family and thus continue his dream of pedaling around the world, but this time, offering the possibility to others to accompany him to live even if it is for a few days how wonderful it is to travel and get to know different places and cultures on board of a bicycle.
Massimo Alfero, bike lover in all of its forms, he‘s riding a bike since when he was born. From 1975 until the end of the 90s, he raced with road bike, cyclocross and mountain bike. In the early ’90s he discovered the mountain bike stage races and ultramarathon participating in the Iron Bike, Transalp, Rally du Kenya, Tunisia Marathon and the first Randonees like the Paris Brest Paris. Then was the cyclotourism time, with solo travel in Europe, South America, Central Amerca and Africa. In 2005 he joined with Willy Mulonia and has collaborated actively in the creation of the travel agency Progetto Avventura, which has now become Project Adventure Cycling. He is our "African heart." From his desire to show Africa to our client we create the Ethiopia Wild Bike.
Mountain man, he was born and lives in a small alpine valley in north Italy. He is a mountain biker of the early years. He got his first mountain bike in 1984 and since then he never stopped to ride the trails of his valley. In 2008, facing the majestic Torres del Paine (Chile) he got the proposal to become part of the team of the former Progetto Avventura, and he fulfilled a dream. Since then he has leaded groups in Patagonia, Mongolia, the Sahara and the Moroccan High Atlas. Today it is one of the irreplaceable guides of Project Adventure Cycling. His enthusiasm is able to make you live the most beautiful bike adventures, even behind the corner of your house.
Over the past 20 years, Amedeo’s wheels have touched every continent. An experienced organizer of global cycling, he has been involved in developing Eroica South Africa and finding new routes with the invaluable support of his local friend Stan. Together they’ve toured all over South Africa and have charted several trips to the Karoo Desert.
Dino has been an avid cyclist traveler for over 15 years and has built his entire world around his passion for cycling. From the basic trails to the most extreme paths on earth, he gained countless experiences which he is now sharing with you! To survey a few of his incredible travel experiences: he was the last person in the world to traverse the entire Tibet autonomous region, he traveled via tandem bike from Italy to Uzbekistan with a visually impaired friend and in his latest adventure he cycled from Siberia during the peak of the winter months, with temperatures dropping to -60 C, all the way to his homeland of Italy. To discover more about Dino visit his website www.dinolanzaretti.it
Born in Milan, he learned to juggle the traffic in the city moving by fixed bike.
Growing up a few pedal strokes from the Muro di Sormano, he fell in love with the most impervious climbs. Transplanted to the mountains of Trentino, he began to share his passion for cycling as a tour guide.
Now he lives in Holland, where he shares a new concept of bike mobility.
He started cycling as commuter. Since then, the need has become inspiration and the journeys have lengthened, turning into bike trips.
In the summer of 2016 he decided to take a "sabbatical" month and ride the roads of Europe: he crossed 13 countries and covered 3724 km in 31 days. From that adventure, he wrote the book "L’Europa in bici”.
A qualified Mountain Leader and Mountain Bike and cycling guide, she mainly earns a living working with road cyclists in the European mountains. But, fresh from recent adventures bikepacking around New Zealand and Nepal on her mountain bike, she was pining for something more adventurous. The rest, hopefully, will be history. Katia is a polymath: she loves bikes and exploring but is also passionate about conservation and “human rewilding”, that is, helping people (children and adults) reconnect with nature and the simple pleasures it can bring us if or when we make the time for it. She has a background in anthropology and alongside her career as an outdoor guide, she’s a copywriter, an audiobook narrator and an academic.