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Discussion in 'Latin America' started by kaiserkyhl, Dec 8, 2008.
Awesome, thanks Gary!
Here's one of CJ, Gary and Brad:
A Colombian couple:
Yeah yeah an other bi-cycle, but the keep impressing me. Why you'd wanna ride one of those when you can get one with engine?:
The riders from Holland:
Graham and Sue from England:
Bo and Louise from Denmark with one of their two KLR's:
Adrian and Oliver from Switzerland and England:
Group picture before departure to San Agustin:
Mark heading for Ushuia:
and Jim making his way south:
Aussie Richard on his V-storm:
Vincent from Holland:
The Danes Bo & Louise with both bikes:
Steve, Spencer and Mauro came during La Feria de Cali without reservation and end up camping inside my house:
Remco from Holland. He wants to sell the Honda if you need it!:
The German invasion. For two days they held my Danish house occupied. At least this time neither of them had a small mustache:
John and Mike from the States in route to BA:
Stewart on his KLR with a rack with no screws:
Kevin and Jeff (Canada & US) keep bumping into each other on their way south:
Three guys from Venezuela:
Any help here with those guys and girls here in their way south . I am based in Miami my home for now.
My contact is 305-386-6076 in Miami,
Parking in good hands is available,
Parts, tires and other stuff in advance (from Miami to any country).
just bought a freewind, getting matriculation and soat is taking awhile.
I hope to be back in Cali early next week.
See you soon.
Thanks I'll pass the info on to anyone needing help in Lima. Are the spare parts situation any better now there? When I was there there where not a lot get. For example looked around 4-5 shops for a dual purpose tire for my Aprilia before only finding a slick street tire that I had to use until Colombia.
Sound great. I still have your smelly boots here
Ronny bought Pete's bike and spend some days getting ready to leave:
And Eden arrived on Owens bike:
More bicycle travelers...beats me:
Who´s the guy in the fifth pic with the funny orange pants and the funny orange bike??
Hope all is well!
Ha ha you mean Al the Barking Spider with the Turtles head sticking out?
All well, where are you now?
Stuck in Cuzco. I just sent you an email.
I still don't have ALL my paperwork. I am going to try to crosss the border tomorrow. If they let me in, I will see you soon.
Well good luck, you can use your one phone call from jail to call me and I'll come bail you out
And Brazilian biker on a 45 days around South America trip: