I’m hanging out in Creel for a few days, a small mountain town set in the Sierra Tarahumara, the main hub for exploring the Mexico’s Copper Canyon – Barranca del Cobre – the world’s deepest canyon system. Every which way …[ Read More → ]
Madera is en route to my next main stop, Creel, the hangout for exploring North Mexico’s fabled Copper Canyon – Baranca del Cobre. Keen to avoid the behemoth 18 wheelers that hog Mexico´s main roads , we´ve been doing our …[ Read More → ]
So, just 120 miles to go to the end of the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route… Seeing as Jeff and Anna had ridden on ahead the day before (while I faffed around at the post office), I had a little …[ Read More → ]
One last storm. Or so I hope.
The ride from Pie Town to Silver City, just 120 miles from the Mexican border, proved to be a little more challenging than we were expecting. The gauntlet was thrown down one last …[ Read More → ]
Bike tourers like to daydream. After all, those long, open roads furnish a lot of thinking times. Life thoughts to be processed, aspirations to be shared, views to be aired. So after the Night of the Fire Vigil, Jeff, Jason …[ Read More → ]