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Old 03-12-2009, 05:08 PM   #21
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My wife and I rode our KTM adventure to Mazatlan from Arizona and yes the Copper Canyon is a great place to spend time, especially on a multipurpose bike but if I was riding a full strret bike then the best road in Mexico is the road from Durango MX, to Concordia...AKA "the Deavil's back bone"...you can stop at a nice hotel on the right side of the road headed south in the town of El Salto. Very nice room with a restaruant and bar...The guy takes care of you there. The road is badass, lots of elevation, pine trees and scenery. From there you can go chase mexican women in Mazatlan or go fishing like we did (and caught 130 lb sail fish) or you can turn around and go back to point A. All I can say is be prepeared and be careful, you do not want to break down or crash anywhere in Mexico. We never had any troubles or ever felt in danger but we never had to stop out in the middle of know where
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If I was riding a full strret bike then the best road in Mexico is the road from Durango MX, to Concordia...AKA "the Deavil's back bone"...you can stop at a nice hotel on the right side of the road headed south in the town of El Salto. Very nice room with a restaruant and bar...The guy takes care of you there. The road is badass, lots of elevation, pine trees and scenery. From there you can go chase mexican women in Mazatlan or go fishing like we did (and caught 130 lb sail fish) or you can turn around and go back to point A. All I can say is be prepeared and be careful, you do not want to break down or crash anywhere in Mexico. We never had any troubles or ever felt in danger but we never had to stop out in the middle of know where
Fantastic info. Do you mind if I PM you for some details?
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Old 03-13-2009, 01:43 PM   #24
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Fantastic info. Do you mind if I PM you for some details?
No problem I will try and help the best I can
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