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The Trans-Uganda70 Apr 8 Logan Watts AfricaThe Trans-Uganda is a 1,312-mile bikepacking route purposefully created to take in the incredible parks and landscapes within Uganda. The route promises to deliver an unforgettable experience via a mix of singletrack trails, jeep tracks, and the most rugged dirt roads on the continent... all the while connecting the sights, people, and places that makes Uganda 'The Pearl of Africa'.
White Man, Wild West31 Feb 24 Logan Watts / stories
Most travelers visit the western part of Uganda to see its national parks and wild animals. For the locals, it seems that fair-skinned cyclists are a far more interesting spectacle…
Quasi-Survival34 Feb 4 Logan Watts / stories
In the second installment from the Trans-Uganda, Logan and Virginia gain an appreciation for challenge in their westward journey from Sipi Falls to the Albertine Rift…
The Call of Mzungu43 Jan 19 Logan Watts / stories
In the first of a three part series, Logan and Virginia set out to explore a 2,000km Trans-Uganda off road loop, circumnavigating this small nation in equatorial East Africa.