THIRTY MILES OF ROUGH STONE ROAD

Posted Tuesday, Aug 19, 2008 by Mark-Hans Richer

The day started off amazing – long smooth highways, the best roads yet. We passed miles and miles of gnarled palm trees so twisted they looked like some Dr Seuss illustration and a virtual zoo – goats, more dogs, horses, sheep and even bulls. We rode onto an incredible stretch of two lane road through the sunny Mexican desert, heading to an old-world Mexican town called Real de Catorce. Our lead, a dealer in Mexico I now call El Jefe...

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THE RIDING GROUP GATHERS

Posted Tuesday, Aug 19, 2008 by Ken Ostermann

At some point on this trip, I’m hoping we’ll see some sun. I keep thinking I should appreciate the cool temperature since I’ll soon be feeling like someone has a blow dryer on high in my face, but it’s hard to believe it is warmer back in Wisconsin than it is here. We were able to head out of Morro Bay, CA today at a leisurely pace. We have a relatively short and easy ride down the coast to Glendale...

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TUESDAY, AUG 19

Mike Morgan

H-D Staffer Mike Morgan is blogging the sights and sounds from the 105th.

Peter Reitzfeld

Read what Peter Reitzfeld has blogged since he left NYC.

Ken Ostermann

Rolling in from Salinas, California, check out what Ken Ostermann has blogged.

Mark-Hans Richer

Coming up from the roads of Mexico City, see what Mark-Hans Richer has blogged.