Before we left Taxco a European Auto magazine asked Egle if she would write an article about the VW Beetle as its so prominent in Taxco, she agreed.
Left my room with a view returned to Ixcateopan de Cuauhtémoc for Cuauhtémoc’s birthday celebrations, the town was slowly filling with 5000 Aztecs from all over the American Continent.
Riding has been a little sparse lately, maybe a 30 mile a day average over the last few weeks, but why rush!
From the dirt to the whitewashed historic town of Taxco, to see a friend, also an inmate @Taxco Guru – Gustavo Gus is a silver jeweler by trade but always has some free time when I come to town, usually not too much riding but lots of fun, and Taxco is a photographers paradise He does someContinue reading “From dirt roads to whitewashed Taxco”
As we leave Guanajuato I feel a quote from ― Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, Don Quixote is quite apt to get us moving again
riding in the heart of Mexico
My feelings on tires
How many horsepower do you need for Mexico, definitely not over 100, probably not over 50 and some people we spoke to told us 1 is just fine!
Gaerne SG12 saves the day, a ride down the steep cobbles of Real de Catorce
We asked around to see if we could go out of town heading west, the answer was a solid no, multiple bridges out and rivers at around chest height so with no alternative we headed back out the way we came in. Coming out of Batopilas after a night of heavy rain you kind ofContinue reading “Landslides, Snow, and Cheese Puffs”