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The last desert ride – Baja Sur by bike

The last desert ride – Baja Sur by bike Country: Mexico From Loreto to La Paz Lesson learned: Even the prettiest landscape gets boring after 1500 kilometers Most wonderful miracle: The big sandy bathtub Animals we saw: a huge red cat (puma?), vultures, seagulls Days on the bike: 4 Kilometers […]

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Perfectly clear water IMG_0893 Nap at Guadalupe’s “Kilómetro 128” IMG_0917 Desert nd lonesome cactus at night Balandra Beach
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Beach hopping – Cycling the Bahía Concepción

Beach hopping – Cycling the Bahía Concepción Country: Mexico From Santa Rosalía to Loreto Lesson learned: Better carry too much food than too little Most wonderful miracle: The Bahía Concepción’s beaches Animals we saw: vultures, seagulls and herons Days on the bike: 3 Kilometers cycled: 208 Average kilometers per day: […]

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Mural by Miguel at CECYTE Mulegé On the way to Loreto Loreto’s historic center with the mission church Ice cream in Loreto facebook_1471030513063 Loreto boardwalk
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Heat wave in the desert – Baja California Sur by bike part 1

Heat wave in the desert – Baja California Sur by bike part 1 Country: Mexico From Guerrero Negro to Santa Rosalía Lesson learned: Better refrain from cycling at noon in the desert during a heat wave Most wonderful miracle: The perfect oasis Animals we saw: vultures, lizards, seagulls and little […]

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“El Infierno” in Baja California Sur Sunset in the desert Dark smoke from a palm tree forest Students of the Cobach school in Santa Rosalía Young cowboy in Mexico Flat empty desert road
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Three Jewels of Baja California Sur

Three Jewels of Baja California Sur

August 2016 If I told you that there are only three hidden jewels in Baja California Sur would be a complete lie. I choose these three just because I like the pictures that I was able to take form these places. Baja Sur is undoubtedly an exotic and magic destination. […]

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Casa Ciclista San Ignacio

Casa Ciclista San Ignacio

August 2016 The master Heinz Stucke ( more than 650,000 km cycle touring in the past 54 years) once said that he could not conceive a serious cycle tourist being a bad person. I totally agree. Time and time again the cycle tourist community has proven to do extraordinary things […]

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Antelopes, coyotes and rock paintings – Baja by bicycle part 4

Antelopes, coyotes and rock paintings – Baja by bicycle part 4

Antelopes, coyotes and rock paintings – Baja by bicycle part 4 Country: Mexico From Coco’s Corner to Guerrero Negro Lesson learned: Everything that grows in the desert has prickles Laughed about: Coco’s flirting attempts Most wonderful miracle: Mexican antelopes Animals we saw: vultures, coyotes, antelopes, lizards, mice, bunnies, wild horses, […]

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Miguel The Cycling Poet

Miguel The Cycling Poet

El Rosario, Sinaloa, July 2016 He calls himself Miguel, no last name. He is a poet, a cycle wanderer, editor, muralist, publisher, artist and holder of a proud beard he has been able to grow the past months. When Miguel speaks, his words end up in rhymes without him even […]

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Three Unknown Jewels of the Baja California

Three Unknown Jewels of the Baja California

Mounted on our saddles we have discovered three unknown jewels for many in Baja: Puertecito, San Luis Gonzaga and Bahía de los Angeles. Three Unknown Jewels of the Baja California  Puertecitos After pedaling 90 kilometers south of San Felipe we arrived to Puertecitos, Baja California. This eco town is inhabited […]

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