Brrrr, it’s cold!
In November of 2006 Uncle and I took our first long adventure ride and visited Mexico’s famed Copper Canyon. While temps were very warm at the bottom of the canyon, they were decidedly cooler up top. The town of Creel, located at the edge of the canyon, sits at an elevation of 7694 feet ASL – almost a mile and a half high. The last morning in Creel we woke to cold temps and icy bikes as you can tell by the note I wrote in the frost on the seat of my KLR.