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Discussion in 'Americas' started by Arte, Feb 1, 2010.
That's a good teaser, Mike. Looking forward to riding with you down there some day.
Nice video Mark. I keep trying to tell myself that the KLR does just fine, but watching those BMW's perform makes it very hard to remain in my state of denial. I think you might have just cost me about 12K, Cabron!
Bring that new 2012 GS1200 down and you'll get the perfect hybrid between the KLR and the Harley. Plenty of power and no tope worries. There are at least a dozen good routes with interesting things to see. Plenty of ruins (apart from the well known ones like Tajin), great seafood, and lots of mixed riding with mountain, coast, dirt road, secondary roads, interconnecting routes, all the good things about Mexico. You know the feeling! :)
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You helped reinforce my twisted desire to flaunt danger and tour mexico, Senor Wake-up-in-Durango-Wifey-makes-mole-search-for-special-rocks-while-scoping-new-riding-areas-in-the-mountains.
Anything else I can do for you?
So we're even now, right? But I do recommend the '98-99 R1100GS. They handle fairly sportily in the twisty bits, and make topes fun. Relatively inexpensive, and chances are you won't need the dealer as badly if something goes wrong (if you do your own wrenching). 4-5k, depending on condition and options.
There is nothing twisted about wanting to tour Mexico. Rest assured, your desires are perfectly natural!
Maybe combine some if your routes with my gleanings from this book:
For Trice in celebration of his new motosickle.
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Introducing the Insalmanator
Tan chingon, eso deben que ser calificado como "genio total."
Pensé que tal vez debería obtener Salma sí misma para dar un nombre a la moto
I would crawl to Coazacoalcos for her.
Let me know when you are passing through, make it in December and you can celebrate the Guadlupana at the same time and get an escort, too.
I've been out of the loop down in Big Bend for a few days.
So, you bought a Rocket ?
Might wanna qualify that, Mike.
For this crowd, anyway.
Si Señor, best bike I've ever ridden, without a doubt
Did you get to meet Ara, Voni etc. there?
Thanks SR, my bad.
The escort will either be from the local church or the local police, and the feds on the highway.
How's that sound, Jimmy?
There really is something to those Triumphs. Im going to be sad when my dad shows up next weekend to pick up the Tiger I have been playing with for the last month or so.
Speaking of Tigers, the new Explorer is on the Triumph website
I would definitely consider the Explorer as my Mexico bike but so far, nothing has come close to the workmanlike utility and also sheer fun of the GSA