I've been riding since the early 90's and have gone from riding these trails on rigid bikes, hard tails and thankfully now on bikes with more and plusher suspension!

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rode in Cuenca, Ecuador. view ridelog
Nov 17, 2015 at 15:05
Nov 17, 2015
quotes la pas. Andres Sotomayor, Mateo, Suko, Lee 1470m descent in 10km High Point - 2522m Low point - 1118m at SULUPALI GRANDE
rode in Chunci Ecuador. view ridelog
Nov 17, 2015 at 14:42
Nov 17, 2015
quotes I-Line Chunchi trails with Andres Sotomayor, Mateo, Lee, Jessie Shuttle. ASCENT152m DESCENT1882m Start Elevation 3613m End 1885m
rode in Guaranda. view ridelog
Nov 15, 2015 at 20:02
Nov 15, 2015
quotes Road of Kings Camino Del Rey. Another old Inca trail opened up by Marcelo Vargus for his horses and bikers. Lee, Mateo
8 km - 00:53
rode in Guaranda. view ridelog
Nov 15, 2015 at 19:58
Nov 15, 2015
quotes Mama Rumi 1920m Descent in 12km This old Inca route was lost until Mauricio`s, who runs the Downhill Mama Rumi, father opened it up to run alcohol up this trail. It is now a popular and challenging DH MTB run. Downhill Mama Rumi 's vision is to promote ecological tourism and thus help people of Telimbela through tourism
12 km - 02:13 - 1 achievements
rode in Guaranda. view ridelog
Nov 15, 2015 at 19:52
Nov 15, 2015
quotes After hiking to 5000m we hiked back down, got onto our bikes at 4866m and rode down 2273m, Track is incomplete since the GPS died.
6 km - 00:20
rode in Mitad del Mundo. view ridelog
Nov 15, 2015 at 19:49
Nov 15, 2015
quotes Today on day 3 of our Ecuador Mountain Biking trip with RIDE Ecuador we descended the Chota Trails from Ibarra at 2550m to 1600m It starts at high Andean cordillera at Ibarra with its typical Imbaburra forest then drops down through desert that constantly changes. The lucky part is that just three days ago it had rained so the dirt and sand was about as tacky as it gets. The cacti were flowering and even usually sandy loose corners were in fine shape. We dropped down to the highway just N of Salinas where we had our lunch and a swim. Very bourgeoise - excellent ride. In less than a couple of hours we were back in Quito. That seems to be one of the lesser known draws of Ecuador. Everything is so close; so much diversity packed into a compact area. Mateo and Manual were our guides.
14 km - 02:08
rode in El Cerro "Ungui". view ridelog
Nov 15, 2015 at 19:42
Nov 15, 2015
quotes Mateo from Quilotoa
6 km - 00:52
rode in Quito Valleys. view ridelog
Nov 15, 2015 at 19:38
Nov 15, 2015
quotes Lee, mateo, Julia, Sucre Rucu Pichincha is the non active twin to Guagua aka Baby, which is belching out smoke. Because we didn't want to die (either from volcanos or altitude sickness) we used the Teleferico to get to 4000m. Then we climbed further to approx 4400m, 400m shy of the summit then rode down trails to Quito. Just another 2000m descent with @ride_ecuador
10 km - 02:20 - 1 achievements
rode in Mitad del Mundo. view ridelog
Nov 9, 2015 at 19:51
Nov 9, 2015
quotes Infiernillo Trail. Pululahua Botanical Reserve. Lee, Mateo, Manuel.
17 km - 03:15
rode in Quito & Valleys. view ridelog
Nov 8, 2015 at 15:08
Nov 8, 2015
quotes Mateo, Jose Cuervo. Lumbisi mountain, rode Hadas ( Fairy) trail built by other mountain bikers. Mateo worked with another commune in this area to legitimize the trail
6 km - 00:31
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