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The highest point in five years – Cycling the Central Mexican mountains

The highest point in five years – Cycling the Central Mexican mountains Country: Mexico From Mexico City to Córdoba Lesson learned: Master google believes a river could be a road Most wonderful miracle: Volcano vistas with blue skies Animals we saw: donkeys, horses, goats, dogs, sheep, cows, pigs, chicken, butterflies, […]

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Córdoba’s brand new coffee museum Paso de Cortes by bike Paso de Cortes by bike On the Volcano route Very confusing road cycling Puebla
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When culinary dreams come true – Cycling from Michoacán to Mexico City

When culinary dreams come true – Cycling from Michoacán to Mexico City

When culinary dreams come true – Cycling from Michoacán to Mexico City Country: Mexico From Morelia to Mexico City Lesson learned: Loot out for shelter after the first thunder Most wonderful miracle: Exquisite delicacies for a couple of pesos Animals we saw: donkeys, horses, mosquitoes, frogs, goats, Days on the […]

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Green Michoacán – Cycling Central Mexico

Green Michoacán – Cycling Central Mexico Country: Mexico From Guadalajara to Morelia Lesson learned: Road closures can be a good thing Most wonderful miracle: Camécuaro lake Animals we saw: donkeys, horses, mosquitoes, cows, goats, sheep Days on the bike: 4.5 Kilometers cycled: 348 Average kilometers per day: 77.33 Total kilometers […]

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Cycling and Ecotourism in Camécuaro Cycling secondary roads and dirt tracks in Central Mexico Flower field Mangroves in Camécuaro lake in Michoacán German bread and French croissants that were very popular in Germany Torta Ahogada
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Home of Mariachis and Tequila – Jalisco by bike

Home of Mariachis and Tequila – Jalisco by bike Country: Mexico From Ixtlán del Río to Guadalajara Lesson learned: Cycling big cities isn’t too much fun Most wonderful miracle: A cup of Tequila in Tequila’s historic old town Animals we saw: geckos, mosquitos, cockchafers Days on the bike: 2 Kilometers […]

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Preparing Tequila in a clay cup in Tequila Cycling towards Jalisco Historic Center of Tequila, Jalisco Painting of the Agave harvest Tijuanense in Guadalajara Annika drinking Tequila
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Geckos and Mangos – Sinaloa and Nayarit by bicycle

Geckos and Mangos – Sinaloa and Nayarit by bicycle Country: Mexico From Mazatlán to Ixtlán del Río Lesson learned: There is such thing as a perfect wardrobe system Most wonderful miracle: Seafood tostadas Animals we saw: geckos, iguanas, seagulls Days on the bike: 4 Kilometers cycled: 373 Average kilometers per […]

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IMG_20160701_130934 IMG_20160701_164132 Mazatlán’s muscle beach Ferry La Paz – Mazatlán Just one of the beaches near La Paz Rock pool in Mazatlán
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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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Clamato at the beach. A perfect day. Flat and easy desert cycling. DSCN3273 IMG_0912 Balandra Beach Cancun in Baja California Sur
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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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facebook_1471030513063 Public Palapa at the beach of Mulegé Ice cream in Loreto On the way to Loreto Loreto’s historic center with the mission church Chocolate clams
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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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Mural by Miguel the poet and painter Kayaking in San Ignacio, Baja California Sur Dark smoke from a palm tree forest Miguel and Roberto The historic Mission of San Ignacio Nano Fong know some cool bike tricks
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