Garmin maps for Baja Trip 2008 (December)

Discussion in 'GPS Tracks - Mexico, Central & South America' started by Hawaii_Rider, Sep 16, 2008.

  1. Hawaii_Rider

    Hawaii_Rider Been here awhile

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    Does anybody have maps/tracks for Baja and or western mainland Mexico?

    Mika_Meyer and I (Hawaii_Rider) will be headed to Mainland Mexico and Baja sometime in mid-December. If any other ADV Riders are going to be down there maybe we could hook-up for a ride. We will be travelling down the mainland, ferry to Cabo, and back up the peninsula.

    Later, James
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  2. Desert Yeti

    Desert Yeti Been here awhile

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    I am looking for the same thing mostly if not all dirt on the western side of mainland, possibly down to Mazatlan. I'll let you know if I come up with anything. Please PM me if you get any :)

    Thanks,
    Rich
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  3. Hawaii_Rider

    Hawaii_Rider Been here awhile

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    Check out this site...

    http://www.lbmaps.com/


    When are you going? We are leaving in mid December.
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  4. Desert Yeti

    Desert Yeti Been here awhile

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    We are going in March for 2-3 weeks.
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  5. deepcdiver

    deepcdiver Nobody Special

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    Ya, but is it any good??? especially dirt traills??




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  6. leonard80

    leonard80 n00b

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    I have a map of mexico called E32 and it has very good detail, I use a zumo and have made a couple of trips to Baja and the map y pretty acurate almost all the main dirt roads were in the map.

    here is the link to the information of the map:
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=369685

    regards.
    Leonard
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  7. gahboo

    gahboo Adventurer

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    Apparently these guys changed their name. Used to be BiciMapas. I have used them and they are good. Only major cities autoroute though, as of my last experience with them. Maybe they have improved. Good thing about them is that they plaster you with tons of free uprgade releases and do not nickle and dime yu to death. Of all their maps, Baja is best with lots of detail.
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