Have you been dreaming of a motorcycle trip through Mexico?
In this 2-disc DVD set, you will get the advice you need to help you cross the border, buy insurance, organize your documents, interact with police, find safe hotels and camping, break the language barrier, avoid Montezuma’s Revenge and much more to ensure that you have an amazing ride!
Ben Slavin has traveled extensively in Mexico, Central and South America. In addition to what he learned on the road, he has interviewed veteran travelers and local experts to share their hard-earned knowledge with you. This DVD will get you inspired, educated, and on YOUR way!
Whether you are riding in Mexico for just a few days or en route to Central and South America, This DVD will help you prepare for YOUR ride!
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Mike and Veronica are friends of friends of friends. They heard about the Motorcycle Mexico project and were excited to educate and inspire riders to go explore Mexico. Graciously, they invited me to their Texas home while on my way back to NH.
Mike has been racing Baja for years while Veronica grew up in Mexico. Over the past few years they've been cruising around Mexico, making friends, and exploring. They had some really great advice.
In this short clip, Mike tells us about the road quality in Mexico. Enjoy. http://www.MotorcycleMexico.com
While I was getting lost trying to find my way through Mexico City, I came across these biker police. These aren't your typical municipal police, they must be something special. Perched upon their expensive sport bikes, they wore bulletproof vests and a badge dangled from their necks. Oh ya, and they had their guns visible on their hip.
We chatted for a bit and I only understand some of the conversation. This is how most of my Spanish conversations go... Anyone out there know who these guys are and what else they said? Let me know in the comments section below. Thanks!
I met Javier in Cuatro Cienegas when I stayed with the Monarcas Motorcycle club. He invited me to stay with him when I went to Monterrey. He and his wife really made me feel at home. They served me delicious traditional Mexican food from their restaurant (http://www.gallito.net). He's also the founder of bulldogs motorcycle club (http://www.mcbulldogs.com)
Since Javier is a restaurant owner I knew he would have good advice when it came to finding food on the road. Follow his tip and eat well!
I called out to the Horizons Unlimited Community in Zacatecas, Mexico and Federico answered. He showed me around his city, took me search for tires, and showed me the coolest bar in town. Federico is well traveled in Mexico and abroad. In this short clip he talks about camping in Mexico.