Years ago Mexico nationalized gasoline production and sales. Pemex is the official gas company in Mexico and is the only authorized gas station in the entire country. Accordingly, many smaller towns and villages don’t have a gas station. However, the free market comes to the rescue – you can usually find someone selling gasoline from 55 gallon drums in most places. Tell the man how many liters you want and he will get it for you with a bucket and a funnel.
Peguis Canyon is a beautiful and scenic canyon located in Mexico about 20 miles south of Presidio, TX and is a highly recommend destination for all motorcyclists. The ride there is straightforward – cross the international bridge from Presidio, TX into Ojinaga, Mexico … Continue reading →
My buddy Stuntman Jeff keeping his skills sharp by riding his BMW 650 Dakar in the silt of Mexico. … Continue reading →
We have all seen warning signs alerting us to the fact that kids are playing in the area. Usually the signs says something like “slow, children at play”. This is the first time I’ve seen a warning sign that there are … Continue reading →
My buddy JT and I were in Big Bend and headed to Presidio, TX early one morning on Hwy 170 (aka River Road) when I spotted the first kiss of light on the mountains. As the saying goes, it was a Kodak moment, and this … Continue reading →
At 428 lbs off the showroom floor, the KLR650 is a little tougher to ride in demanding terrain than a sub-300 lb dirt-bike-with-blinkers. Still, the KLR is surprisingly capable for a big bike, as my buddy Tricepilot demonstrates on River Road in Big … Continue reading →