GPS Track from San Felipe to Coco's?

Discussion in 'GPS Tracks - Mexico, Central & South America' started by PhiSig1071, Nov 4, 2013.

  1. PhiSig1071

    PhiSig1071 What's ******width?

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    Does anyone have a GPS track to go from San Felipe to Coco's? Or any other interesting day-loop rides out of San Felipe? Maybe Laguna Diablo?
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  2. oldxr

    oldxr Long timer

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    Unless you want to ride some old race course or single track the road south runs past Gonzaga Bay to Coco's-no gps or map needed.Coco's is on the aaa map of baja.
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  3. PhiSig1071

    PhiSig1071 What's ******width?

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    Good to know. I need to go get a copy of those maps.
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  4. MKJ

    MKJ Married w/ Children

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    Just point it South from S.F. You can't miss it.
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  5. hansi

    hansi Teurer Abenteurer Supporter

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    No need for a GPS going from SF to Coco's. Just keep the Sea of Cortez on your left. :D Road is paved almost all the way to Gonzaga Bay now. There even is a working Pemex there. Was there 4 weeks ago. Quite a few deep sandy spots past GB all the way out to MX1.
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  6. B_C_Ries

    B_C_Ries Long timer

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    When I went there in October the Gonzaga Bay Pemex was out of gas. Good thing I filled up at Puertocitas a few miles earlier. When in Baja do not let your gas tank run near empty if you have a choice.
    I do not think it is possible to get lost between Gonzaga Bay and CoCo's
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  7. fabim37

    fabim37 n00b

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    1217.JPG coming from Gonzaga to COCOS notice background reference mountains
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  8. duggram

    duggram Happy to be Retired Supporter

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    This past spring I was riding with one partner and neither of us were sure how to get to hwy 1 from 5 after leaving GB on our way to BLA. Hwy 5 was pretty much torn up after GB. We eventually came to a Tee. We had already decided that we didn't need to go to Coco's because we thought we were late. At the Tee my partner strongly insisted we go left, when most of the traffic had been going right. So we went left and when we got to Coco's we had a drink and rode back to the Tee so we could get to hwy 1. I don't understand how my experience is possible when the maps and the experiences of others say you take the highway straight from GB to Coco's.
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  9. Hill Climber

    Hill Climber Been here awhile

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