Happiness is no speed limit! FREEDOM!!!!!
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Mzungo, how are those bags secured on the top? Do they hook under the fender like some others, mine included, do? Or have they come up with something better?
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55 riders? Wow, that is a large group! Did you find the locals welcoming or unhappy with so many bikes at once in those small rural communities?Well we went down last Saturday and left this morning just crossing back in the states around 5pm, Had a Great time and Good seeing everyone.
Counted 55 bikes this morning.
Will post pictures and reports later.
The locals are always fascinated to see our expensive and complicated machines and are happy to welcome our American wallets. Thankfully, they remain humble and still only charge 5-10 dollars worth for a full dinner and there's even an old man who, every year, will come by and "shine" (thats the only English word he knows) your bike for 10 pesos.55 riders? Wow, that is a large group! Did you find the locals welcoming or unhappy with so many bikes at once in those small rural communities?
And thank you, Warren, for being such a SUPERB ride leader! Friendly, cooperative, flexible and safe. Fabulous!!!I had a fantastic time on my first MexTrek. I’d like to thank all of the organizers ride leaders, and contributors, that put in the time and passion to put this together. Richard’s ride guide is excellent and key to knowing where to go and how to get there. It was great to see some old friends, and meet some new ones that I can now call riding buddies. Here are a few photos from Thursday day 1 ride in to Galeana.