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Title: Motorcycling in Mexico - Cinco de Mayo - Irv Seaver BMW
Post by: 1fastrider on 04/26/18 08:51PM
Discover a world far different than what is portrayed on the news.
Explore opportunities for adventure and excitement in Mexico.
Topics Include:
Safety
What Do You Need to Do and Bring
Riding Styles and Techniques
Amazing Places to Ride
Tips to Have Fun and Stay Out of Trouble
Authentic Street Tacos Served for Lunch!

Saturday, May 5 at 12 PM - 1 PM
Irv Seaver Motorcycles
607 W Katella Ave, Orange, California 92867
Title: Re: Motorcycling in Mexico - Cinco de Mayo - Irv Seaver BMW
Post by: VFRCapt.Bob on 05/05/18 06:19AM
I really do want to do both a street adv tour and an all dirt adventure tour of Baja. Everyone that I know who has done these trips recently has nothing but great things to say about it and how well they were treated. Unfortunately I just read this. LOL.
Title: Re: Motorcycling in Mexico - Cinco de Mayo - Irv Seaver BMW
Post by: 1fastrider on 05/05/18 11:11AM
well i'll be there to enjoy some free tacos and get some info.
Title: Re: Motorcycling in Mexico - Cinco de Mayo - Irv Seaver BMW
Post by: FastMoto on 05/07/18 09:21AM
Baja is amazing. If anyone wants to do a seafood day run to Ensenada, we can arrange it. Just be comfortable lane-splitting, as it will be required to get back across (unless you choose to wait in line with everyone else). Having Passport Card is preferred so we can use the Ready Lane vs. Standard Lane.

My main tip is not to ride at night. Other than that, nothing else really different than riding here. City street conditions are terrible (uneven roads, pot holes, etc...) but the toll roads are well maintain and smooth. Just exit the border towns as soon as possible and Baja is so amazing.
Title: Re: Motorcycling in Mexico - Cinco de Mayo - Irv Seaver BMW
Post by: 1fastrider on 05/09/18 07:10PM
how long/far of a ride is it?  i have a passport, not passport card. good enough?