Gary Kike and the boys

Gary Kike and the boys

Biking down the highway towards Xpujil I ran into a bunch of motorcyclists.  A photo lead to some beers which lead to a place to set my tent up for the night.  I originally thought I was camping in a backyard but it turned out to a vacant lot that Gary’s...
Cico Gambo & his brother

Cico Gambo & his brother

In Linda Vista I was coaxed off the road by locals for a beer.  It didn’t take long for me to lose count of the number of beers that I ended up having.  Good thing the owner of the bar said I could spend the night there. Cico’s brother who originally made the...
Luis Antonio

Luis Antonio

On November 4th Luis Antonio pulled his vehicle over.  His English was probably the best English that I had heard in Mexico thanks to his 20 some odd years in the US.  He noticed my Canadian flag off my trailer and had to stop.  He had spent about a year in Vancouver...
Eduardo Cervantes

Eduardo Cervantes

Eduardo was a lucky host for me from Ixtlahuaca near the pyramids in San Juan Teotihuacan which I had planned to visit before arriving in Mexico City. Eduardo became a host thanks to a chance meeting of his son Augustoo on the Baja. I was biking south and Augustoo was...
Mario Fernando A Garcia

Mario Fernando A Garcia

While in Vicente Guerrero I was messaged by someone interested in hosting me in Aguascalientes. The next day I received a message from Mario about hosting me in the same city.  I replied to Mario that I had a current host but if something changed I would let him know...
Iohan Gueorguiev

Iohan Gueorguiev

On September 17th I woke up to a message from my Aunt Henny that Iohan Gueorguiev was dead.  Iohan was the bike tourer/bikepacker that inspired me that biking through a Canadian winter was possible.  My Aunt Henny was the person that I stayed with during the first...

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