Friends of South America

Discussion in 'Latin America' started by Robson Jaborá/SC, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. Robson Jaborá/SC

    Robson Jaborá/SC Brazilian Adventurer...

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    Hellooo,
    Where are the friends of South America?

    Hola,
    Donde estan los amigos de la América de Sur? (español mui malo :shog :shog )

    Alô,
    Aonde estão os amigos da América do Sul?

    Keep in touch pleaseee... Lets make a big network... :clap :clap :clap
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  2. Throttlemeister

    Throttlemeister Long timer Super Supporter

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    Hola Amigo

    What part of Brasil are you from? Do you have any information about BR 319 Porto Velho to Manaus or the Trans Amazonia Rd.
    I'm planning a trip coming up later this year and looking for firsthand knowledge about some of the route through SA. Thanks
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  3. glasswave

    glasswave Long timer

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    Hola Amigo,

    Como te va? Me gusta America Del Surmuy mucho. Soy de los Estados, Utah.

    My moto is a honda nx4 flacon made in Brazil. Right now, it is in Peru. I will return in May to take her for a ride.

    You will be able to find many S Am riders through the Horizons Unlimited communities.

    I will watch this thread.
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  4. Robson Jaborá/SC

    Robson Jaborá/SC Brazilian Adventurer...

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    Hello guy,
    In what period you want to go? December?
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  5. Robson Jaborá/SC

    Robson Jaborá/SC Brazilian Adventurer...

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    Very good,
    I creat a thread in HUBB too, to make now friends.
    If you come to Brazil, don't forget to contact me. :norton
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  6. Throttlemeister

    Throttlemeister Long timer Super Supporter

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    Whenever the best time to go is? After Colombia Libre in end of Oct the schedule is open, either go Eastern route on the way down to TDF or Western route and then return North by the East side on the way back home. One big loop.
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  7. Linhares

    Linhares OSM addicted

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  8. Robson Jaborá/SC

    Robson Jaborá/SC Brazilian Adventurer...

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    I believe after october is not a good time, because the rain season is starting. We have to check how many time will you use to go down to TDF and come back to Brazil, and ride trought south to north to arrive in Porto Velho.
    The hard way (I believe) is enter Brazil from Colombia, you'll have to go to Venezuela, then go south from Brazil.
    Keep in touch and wi'll see the better way... :clap :clap
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  9. Robson Jaborá/SC

    Robson Jaborá/SC Brazilian Adventurer...

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  10. C5!

    C5! Been here awhile

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  11. Throttlemeister

    Throttlemeister Long timer Super Supporter

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  12. Throttlemeister

    Throttlemeister Long timer Super Supporter

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    Will do Robson :thumb , I thinking the West on the way down and make it before its gets real late in the season. Will spend a lot of the time working my way back to the equator.
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  13. Linhares

    Linhares OSM addicted

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    Estou, sim, Robson. :D
    Moro em Brasília. Vai para o encontro nacional?
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  14. Robson Jaborá/SC

    Robson Jaborá/SC Brazilian Adventurer...

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    This information is too good... :rofl:rofl
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  15. Robson Jaborá/SC

    Robson Jaborá/SC Brazilian Adventurer...

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    OK... :D
    If you come to Brazil, come to visit us, and we'll drink a beer... :clap
    Keep in touch,
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  16. Robson Jaborá/SC

    Robson Jaborá/SC Brazilian Adventurer...

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    Não vou nesse Linhares, estou cheio de pepinos para resolver na empresa e a correria está grande.
    Vamos ver, quem sabe para o ano que vem... :rofl:rofl:rofl
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  17. Jeffly

    Jeffly JefFly

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    Hi Robson,

    I'd like to use this Brazil's flag on my signature. Culd you telme how?


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  18. SCExpat

    SCExpat Ex-expat

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    Hi Robson,

    I am a gringo and now live in Jaragua do Sul. No moto yet. Seems the more I look, the more confused I get....DL650, DL1000, XT660R, XL1000V???? The @!*&@!ing taxes here make me want to cry. I will end up paying almost 3X the cost that I could get a bike in the states for. Anyways I will have a bike soon and plan to do some riding. Give me a buzz if you ever come to this end of SC.

    I really want to ride the coast of Chile sometime this year or early next year if anyone is interested shoot me an email.

    Cheers,

    Mike
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  19. luciosiq

    luciosiq Been here awhile

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    Hi there Throttle

    How are you going ?
    When are you planning to come south ?

    Porto Velho to Manaus is tough - mud, gravel, no pavement.
    It must be ridden between April and September, avoiding the rain season.
    Another option is to take a boat on Madeira River - several boats leaving Porto Velho on a daily basis - a lot of riders prefer this option.

    To get to Porto Velho, from Peru, I suggest the TransOceanic Highway (under construction) - the same one that we did back in June/09. But it should be no problems riding your GS.
    Take care and see you around.

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  20. martinef

    martinef Been here awhile

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    Here we are representing Puerto Rico and Colombia going down south starting November 2010 from Charleston SC. We'll be in Brazil by the begining of 2011 (That's the plan!!!). We'll keep in touch. :evil
    Adeus

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