Here are just a few of the memorable moments I had while riding the Nuevo Leon Range.
We were extremely lucky this year to be traveling via truck. All of our extra gear, tools, and two almost trusty steeds came along, but you do have to watch out for the stingray he is mighty mean in the desert.
One of the best things about riding in Mexico is all the great food. Of course the hardest thing in Mexico is trying to figure out where that good food is. Roberto (on right) was extremely helpful in separating the tourist traps from the amazing latin cuisine, on multiple occasions the locals warmed up to us and pointed out the best place in town.
On a few chance encounters the roads were blocked by cows, the only bad memory this brought back is the big black bull tied to the bottom of mount potosi.
Milton deserves extra credit all around on this trip including the award for most original trail and most adventurous smile.
I'm no genius when it comes to navigation, I can usually get by but to me its something that you learn from those with years of experience, no complaints these guys know alot about direction.
Milton may have to clarify the name of these. But I guess the TP is still a good modern form of camping.
Waterfalls are cool too in the middle of the day.
Now on to the Action:
Mexico Day 1 in HD
Mexico Day 2 in HD
Mexico Day 3 in HD (Watch till the end
Now that is a Goat Trail
Turn around time (one by one)
And of course don't forget Hugo mistakenly brought a spare 17 inch tube to Juans F650's rescue
This was absolutely a blast this year. I appreciate everything Richard has done for the sport. I'm also glad to see so many new faces on this trip, hopefully there will be more adventure to come.
-Jarrett aka "Lance Chameleon"
"In the universe, there are things that are known, and things that are unknown, and in between, there are borders."
MexTrek 2009 + Video
Rides: TE450, G650X, YZ250F