Organizing a Motorbike Trip in Vietnam 2022 – What to Bring with You

Everyone who wants to go on an adventure of a lifetime has to take a trip to South East Asia and visit at least one country. In this article, we’ll write about going to Vietnam, and taking a tour of this exciting country with a motorbike. Traveling generally requires a lot of planning, especially when … Read more

5 Reasons Why Strider Bikes Are Great for Kids

Bicycles are a part of every child’s growing up, as learning how to ride one is one of the biggest milestones in one’s life. Those are things we never forget. Do you remember your first bike rides? These memories probably go way back, to when we first had those big plastic tricycles. When they became … Read more

Can You Extend the Range of an Electric Bike?

Our society is slowly moving towards electric vehicles. We say slowly because the battle against fossil fuels is still ongoing. We’re not going to be hypocrites here, the majority of us are still using diesel vehicles where we live. But, if you look around you’ll see more and more Teslas and other electric cars. But, … Read more

Ojos Negros

2/Tecate to Ojos Negros Route Guide

Distance: 77.1 mi (124.1 km) Notes: enter Mexico!, climb out of Tecate, desert camping begins several miles outside Tecate, the highest point on the route is between Neji and Ojos Negros at 4700′ Warning: No water available between the south end of Tecate and Ejido Sierra Juarez (63 miles), do not camp immediately at the bottom of … Read more

San Diego to Tecate

1/San Diego to Tecate Route Guide

Distance: 57.2 miles (92.1 km) Notes: mixed terrain urban routing out of San Diego, 3000′ Otay Mountain ascent, Olympic Training Center at Chula Vista, few wild camping opportunities, stop at the historic Barrett Junction Cafe for one last American meal, bring $20 cash for tourist permit at USA/MX border crossing, for free camping after Tecate … Read more

5/Colonet to Vicente Guerrero

Distance: 70 mi (112.7 km) Notes: resupply in Colonet is essential, ride the sandy arroyo from Ejido Benito Juárez up to elevation, paid camping and rustic lodging at El Coyote and Rancho Meling, technical doubletrack after Rancho Meling, FASS Bike in Vicente Guerrero is the best shop on route Resupply: Colonet-FWMR Bus, Ejido Benito Juárez-fW, Rancho El Coyote-WMCR, … Read more

biking in Baja Divide

Bike/La Bici – Requirements for Baja Divide Tour

A 27.5+ hardtail with tubeless wheels and durable tires is recommended for the Baja Divide. The recent proliferation of plus bikes, which feature 3.0” wide tires, are a boon to bicycle adventurers in Baja California. -Sandy tracks require 3.0” tires for flotation, while wide tires also provide natural suspension and necessary traction on rough terrain. … Read more