Cycle of Ancestry: A 1,500-Mile Bikepacking Journey

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‘”Cycle of Ancestry” is an inspirational short film that follows first-generation Mayan-American Mario Ordoñez Calderon on an extraordinary 1,500-mile bikepacking trip from Mexico City through the Yucatán Peninsula to explore his cultural heritage and help shape his identity along the way.’

2 Responses to Cycle of Ancestry: A 1,500-Mile Bikepacking Journey

  1. Robin King 5 April 2021 at 6:25 AM #

    thanks for this one. Loved it

  2. A Dude Abikes 11 April 2021 at 12:52 PM #

    Saying hi from another Aus… Austin, Texas, that is. I will have to check this out having spent time with the Maya in Guatemala. I’m connected with a cyclist in Tasmania, actually. I don’t do bike-packing, would love to some day, but probably in the next life. Anyway, nice looking blog!

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