That's right! This limited time offer will take me into northern Mexico for several weeks. The first of three sessions in Baja (the word "route" implies that I know where I'm going) starts today and will last a couple of weeks. Then I'll meet up with a couple of guys I met on my first ride to Baja in 2017 ( @advrockrider and @ktmnate ), and ride with them throughout Baja for another ten to twelve days. The part of the trip I think will stretch me the most will be around two weeks to go onto the mainland and ride the Copper Canyon and wherever else I can stumble into. Lastly, and certainly not least, I'll pick up my girlfriend @NotaYinzer in San Diego and take her for her first trip ever to Mexico for not quite a week two up in northern Baja. I'm riding my mostly trusty 2014 BMW F800GS Adventure. This has taken me around a lot of the USA and to Baja twice already. I am a bit perturbed as I just had to replace the ABS pump/sensor, a not uncommon issue with bikes like mine I hear. Anyway, a couple of road tests show that all appears to be in order and running well. I plan on some camping, especially during the solo rides. This will be my longest continuous time on the bike, but have done nearly a month before, so feel like my kit is mostly right sized. I'll post a pic of the set up soon. Hoping to get off the pavement as much as possible. I've hit sections that have defeated me and my 470 pound beast before, but generally do pretty well on two tracks. The road from San Francisquito through El Arco is the site of my worst off ever, to be forever known by me as "The Road of Shame." At some point on this trip, this will be ridden without incident to exorcise those ghosts. Otherwise, in Baja I want to do whale watching, ride some areas that I haven't been able to yet, and generally be a bum and ride the shit out of my bike. At a relaxing, gentle pace of course.