dual sport riding that is. Some gravel, some rocks, curvy, sheer drop offs, some steep grades, beautiful views and lots of butterflies.
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Monday, September 26, 2011
A Day of Dual Sport Riding in Alta Cima, Mexico
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3 out of 4. Wow! Would different tires have helped? Something more aggressive?ReplyDelete
Dave, the bike and the tires were performing fine. However, the road/trail was steeper and rockier than these photos show. Of course I couldn't stop to take photos during the difficult parts. I was putting all my focus on staying away from the drop off the edge of the mountain.ReplyDelete
Giant Loop on your girl! Next time I see those guys I'll tell them you're putting one to good use :)ReplyDelete
I'm loving the Giant Loop Great Basin and dry bag. They stay firm on the bike with absolutely no movement. My only mistake was not getting a Diablo tank bag. Great stuff.ReplyDelete