If I had met other riders heading to Cabo Pulmo, I may have gone. Having heard the road is unpaved and the riding can get pretty technical, and not feeling confident in my riding or mechanical skills, I opted not to venture out solo. A windsurfing fanatic I met while camping back in San Felipe […]

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Fuck it. I’ll go to Cabo.

This trip was not about getting to the tip of Baja. I didn’t have much interest in going to a city Americans flock to for Sammy Hagar’s bar and luxury resorts.. but then I looked at a map. It was only two hours away from La Paz. I could drop by Todos Santos along the way to […]

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La Paz: Guarda mí Corazón

To say that La Paz won my heart is an understatement. This beautiful city, the capitol of Baja Sur, is the vibrant scene full of vacationing Mexican families, global tourists, and locals. My home for two nights would be the Baja Backpacker’s Hostel. The hosts allowed me to park my DR650 behind the building, so when the […]

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San Ignacio

  San Ignacio was only a 2 hour ride from Scammon’s Lagoon. There were a few areas where road construction caused drivers and riders to push through mushy dirt, but nothing terrible. Once in town, I rode past date palms and a lovely campground on the river. Rumor has it, the mosquitoes at that campground are no […]

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A Whale of a Time

It was a quick 200km ride to Guerrero Negro for supplies before camping in another palapa at Ojo de Liebre/Scammon’s Lagoon. The ride into the campground goes past huge salt flats (this is the site of the world’s largest salt works) on a road which starts as paved and then varies for the final 15km […]

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