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Discussion in 'Latin America' started by bananaman, Mar 4, 2008.
DanTheMan07 rode Costa Rica with Wild Rider.
How i cross central america without paying/getting any 'helpers' singaporedream
Banana, Nata, et al, I apologize for the laziness, I just don't have time to do research right now. Can you direct me to the ride report with the best Colombia coverage and the best guide to flying my bike from Colombia to Panama? (I leave Venezuela tomorrow for the Colombian border). Thanks! Again sorry for being lazy, but I'm sure one of you has the answer quicker than I could find it.
I'm suddenly amazed that we don't have many (actually, only 1!) ride reports going North! Sunnysideup did it. Maybe send her a PM?
Maybe ask on Horizuns Unlimited?
Brazilian couple Lucio and Paula, residents of New York City, decided to take a break and visit their relatives back in Brazil.
bgoodsoil rides from Georgia through Central America. Lonely Planet's "Central America on a Shoestring" is his guide.
See post 74. I just forgot to link it to post 1. I'll add them both now.
Oops. I 205'd myself.
Can there be a Central America and a South America... Instead of a Latin America!!
Latin America should include Mexico and a great number of states in the USA!!
Yesterday I remembered this one: Charlotte to Canada to South America, by Funklab. It's another must-read, but with a not-quite-as-sad-ending as Ozy's. I couldn't find it, but thanks to Klay, here it is.
Alaska to Tierra del Fuego: Cheap Aussie Style!!
Tricepilot's...The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
33 1/3 N C S
Moto Trek’n to South America
No Fumar Español: South from San Diego
Kind-of happened recently:
Bug Murderers Assault South America!
Misadventures in Mexico - Chapter 2, The Copper Canyon Chronicles
I can't remember if I already linked Disbanded's other RR, which you should read first: Another Boring Mexico Trip
A week two up in Costa Rica - picture intensive
Started in mid-September, and travelling kinda slow. But I'll make it eventually. (Anything early than Sept refers to other, non-motorcycle trips)
The Ruta 40....
Wrong Tool For The Job? Mexico by Sportbike
Yay, finally a RR that shows you don't need a KLR to survive Mexico!
Though "so a Honda, a Triumph and a dripping Aprilia walked into a hotel..." may sound like a joke, taking on El Espinazo del Diablo with proper road bikes sure ain't.
My year of Motorcycle Vagabonding Part B: Mexico-Central America-South America
Thanks for putting this together Bananaman.
I'm taking a break from the road in LaPaz, Baja. Planning my next move with all these threads.