Pueblitos, Ranchos, y Teracerías: Durango into Zacatecas

   4 beautiful days of riding from Durango carried me over many mountains and valleys, past sweet mountain towns filled with smiles, waves, horses and cows. Within a few miles of exiting the outskirts of Durango, I was on dirt … Read More

Bouncing down Baja’s Backroads: Part 2

Where I Rode: Playa Escondida —> Playa El Requeson —> San Isidro/La Purisima —> San Juanico —> Comondu —> Loreto    Playa Escondida. It had been a brilliant and refreshing 3 days camped here among kind and interesting travelers. Most people who are in sufficient … Read More

Bouncing down Baja’s Backroads: Part 1

Where I Rode: Bahia de los Angeles —> Bahia San Rafael —> El Arco —> Viscaino     Some long needed rest days in Bahia de los Angeles filled the gas tanks for the stretch that laid ahead of me: … Read More

El Camino del Diablo, crossing the Sonoran

As the information sign said along the way: “El Camino Diablo — The Devil’s Highway is a desolate and difficult 130 mile route that originally began near Sonoita, Sonora (Mexico) and ended in Yuma, Arizona. In 1540 Captain Melchior Diaz … Read More

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