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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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Puebla en bici Paso de Cortes at 3692 meters above the sea Córdoba’s brand new coffee museum Green mossy plants El Paso de Cortes Cloudy view
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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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Yellow flower field in Mexico Flower field Rainbow Oxxo on a bicycle Indoors camping Mangroves in Camécuaro lake in Michoacán
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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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Historic Center of Tequila, Jalisco Bike lane in the Colonia Americana in Guadalajara Douglas and Quiro, the designer of our new T-Shirts Teraza Premier in Tequila Green Nayarit Painting of the Agave harvest
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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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Balloon sale! Ferry La Paz – Mazatlán Cheerleader’s training outdoors Rock in the sea Mazatlán’s beach Mexican Hot Dog stand
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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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Balandra Beach IMG_0893 Guadalupe del Kilómetro 128 Construction before La Paz Desert nd lonesome cactus at night Nap at Guadalupe’s “Kilómetro 128”
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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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On the way to Loreto facebook_1471030513063 Loreto’s historic center with the mission church Mural by Miguel at CECYTE Mulegé Loreto boardwalk Mural by Miguel Asa
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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 Santa Rosalía For a clean Mexico: Take your trash with you! Miguel and Roberto “El Infierno” in Baja California Sur Young cowboy in Mexico
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