Epic Journey Comes to an End – Quicksilver Q Crew
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Epic Journey Comes to an End

After 5 months, 18571 miles, and a number of road blocks, Where the Road Ends made it to their end point: Ushuaia, Argentina.

“This week we had an anti-climactic finish in Ushuaia, Argentina. Now after braving the Dalton Highway in Alaska, crossing the Darien Gap, and completing 18,571 miles, everyone is ready to go home. We would like to thank our primary sponsor @gerbergear for making this possible. Without their support we truly could not have done it. We would also like to  thank @revit_adventure@ridedunlop@quicksilverproducts@moto_skiveez@cvttents@twistedthrottlecom and Rocky Mountain Kawasaki all of whom provided generous support and awesome equipment to keep us alive over the past 5 months. Now we are shifting the focus to post production so we can finish the film and get it distributed as soon as possible. Right now we’re shooting for a 2019 release. In the meantime, we will continue to put out short videos, photos and updates on the film release!” -Where the Road Ends Instagram

Here’s a few highlights and not so highlights from their trip.


1. Fans on Fans on Fans

2. Those Views

3. Hospitality

4. Swedish Fish

5. Golden Gate Bridge

6. Civilization

7. Pool Time

8. Best Roads: Ecuador

9. Eating Cow Food

10. 18,571 miles later, destination achieved

Not So Highlights

1. Inattentive Driving

2. Snow, Wind & Ice

3. Boarder Crossing

4. Bike Issues

5. Down to three: Sending Rich Home

6. Darien Gap: We will leave it at that.


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