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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by SkizzMan, Aug 6, 2018.
Spent yesterday with John Dobie riding the Espinazo del Diablo Mazatlán - El Salto where John continued to Torreón and I slabbed it back to MAZ on the cuota. Enjoyed a fine day both on and off the bikes. I’ve never seen a rider push the Heidi K60 Scout tires as hard as John did. Impressive.
If you know where to look you can see Puente Baluarte
That’s as close to that hole as I was going to park
What remains of last year’s “derrumbe” that shut down the Espinazo for a time. As with the Memorial Rock in Colorado the road was diverted around the “biggun”.
Wow just Wow what a whole bunch of awesome pic's / photos - Thank You for taking the time to upload and share them !!!
JD, you get around. How many ppm (pic per mile) did you click off?
Truth is I really suck at keeping track/count of most aspects of my wanderings. Hence my use of the term ‘wanderings’.
When it comes to taking pix my basic rule is to yield to any significant impulse to capture the image. And yet I still leave behind some good stuff.
Glad you’re enjoying the RR.
Glad you’re enjoying the RR and thanks for the feedback.
Yeah man - just wish I was down there riding too !! Hopefully someday soon
A stitch of dirt MAZ - DGO with @SR today
We need more........I feel like I’m starting to go through the withdrawal jitters......I need more.
Haven’t seen you post for a while. Is everything ok? If you are in Iguala and have fallen in love with a wonderful lady, I can understand, just need to know that everything is ok. Need an update.
Lol. Thanks Roy. Just busy lining up the move to GTO. Got a busy month ahead.
Ride safe, I’m sure it’s chilly up there.
Pretty nice, actually
Mexican President Benito Juarez born on this date in 1806. First indigenous president of Mexico.
Clutching out next week for Guanajuato to complete the Permanent Resident visa process. Finished installing the new SEACOM luggage deck and the panniers and top box from the crashed GSA today. Very pleased with the convertibility of the SEACOM product along with fit and finish. The pillion mounts normally through CNC’d holes in the deck and removing four bolts clears off the top box and mount for a nice flat deck with tie-down slots.
Pic from SEACOM FB page
The bike looks eerily familiar now
The bike’s looking great
Love the pics, they are feeding my long growing desire to see Mexico. Also jealous as all get out that you can get into Mexico when I have not been able to get out of Canada into the US to see family and get back in over a year!
Keep the pics coming!