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    cool idea Warp!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crisillo
    cool idea Warp!
    Idea is from Triphop, I think... I just did it.
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    Perfect....

    Thank you from Canada . Here is what my local trails look like at the moment...

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    Just noticed... thanx warp!
    btw, theres a new trail near SnMartin Texmelucan wich I would say (and the little lady concurs) is the most scenic and fun we've done so far. Id post some pictures but the two times Ive ridden it I was too busy enjoying the ride... maybe next time. (so you could add to this)

    some info:
    Name: 3 Ríos (its actually only one you get to cross at 3 dif places)
    Lenght: 7.5 or 13 (starting from a pueblito)
    Dificulty: appart from the river crossings, and a rock garden at the end, its really non technical fast pedalling trail.
    Fun factor: Id say a 10
    It was made/used for the State Leage about 3 weeks ago, maybe LB could add a bit more info as I really dont know much about the local mtbike league.
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    It's missing Mexico City and Valle de Bravo

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacubaya
    It's missing Mexico City and Valle de Bravo
    I intentionally omitted Mexico City as there are a gazillion threads about it. Most of them.

    As for Valle de Bravo, please post the links. Thank you.
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    Rzozaya... will you make us the honor???

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    Where's Guanajuato?

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    Right of Jalisco (by the Pacific ocean)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garlock
    Yeah thanks, I meant GUANAJUATO'S RIDING SPOTS!
    I know where it is, I went there last summer.
    Well, please start a thread with pictures of your ride or give the link to rides in Guanajuato.

    Thank you!
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    Hahahahahaha, I thought you were gonna like my joke

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacubaya
    Hahahahahaha, I thought you were gonna like my joke
    I laughed, and thought... cant miss it, its right in the middle of the thing
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    Any trails in/near Monterrey NL ?

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    primer post

    Hola a todos los bikers...este es mi primer post . soy de guadalajara y aqui tenemos mucho pa darle, aqui les dejo un link a un miniclip de video de el bosque del centinela en zapopan, que tiene muy buen singletrack , y aunque las distancias son limitadas se pueden conectar muy buenos rides, con bajadillas tecnicas y mas que nada , puedes rodar en singletrack toda la sesion.....saludos!!!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgk8JUOkRUU

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    padre el vid david! gracias por compartir!

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    i know i should probably just do some more research, but i figured id ask here. is there anywhere to ride by El Dorado Royale in Riviera Maya? ill be attending a wedding there and would like to do some MTB there if available. thanks in advance for any help

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    Quote Originally Posted by kpumaorn
    i know i should probably just do some more research, but i figured id ask here. is there anywhere to ride by El Dorado Royale in Riviera Maya? ill be attending a wedding there and would like to do some MTB there if available. thanks in advance for any help
    Try a PM to Alcarve, he owns a bikeshop in Cancun, he used to be a regular in this forum.

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    Anyone here ride the areas around Cd. Zacatecas? I'm familiar with town since I've been there at least five times, but never had my bike with me. So, what off-road trails are there, any to ride on the back side of La Bufa as well?

    Thank you in advance!
    Good friction shifting is getting hard to find nowadays....

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    Cabo Pulmo Purpose Built Singletrack BCS

    2 hours north of Cabo San Lucas. Giant Trance rental at dive shop. 20 miles of purpose built mountain bike single track. Excellent All Mountain trail. Sweet design and quality maintained created graciously by handful of local seasonal American mountain Bikers. Destination quality trails. I suggest a donation to the trail builders cause what they're doing up there is magic.

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    Soy de Monterrey un Saludo a todos y tengo dudas sobre una bici en que paret del foro les puedo preguntar?

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    The following pictures were of one of the many less traveled all mountain bike rides Mexico has to offer. The ride started at 10am @ approximately 3300 meters which is 10,800 ft near the summit of an extinct volcano Cofre de Perote who's peak sits at just over 4300 meters (14K ft). 36 Kilometers (22 miles) and 4 hours later we were eating quesadillas in Coatepec which sits @ 1200 meters (3900 ft). About 1500 meters (5000 ft) of vertical descent.

    This particular trail is un-developed, rock infested technical mountain biking where you need to be plugged in 95%. It takes you from alpine forest through cool wet tropical rainforests to end up in hot humid tropical forests. Its a shame that Mexico has all the overblown, media enhanced violence issues it has. Yes the violence is bad but there are many places that are as safe as any Latin America has to offer. I can say this because Ive traveled extensively to most. All the media hype makes for a little-known hidden jewel which offers some of the best surfing, mountain biking, beaches and people this hemisphere has to offer with out all the hustle a bustle of the throngs of tourist that plague may popular countries which offer the same. If you are able to put aside all the BS the media feeds the world and you are a self-sufficient traveler Mexico is the place to be. Hopefully some of you from outside of MX can make it down. This is not the Mexico you see on the tube.

    Fell free to PM me with any questions


    Mountain Bike Ride -- Tembladeras, Xalapa MX - Jonathan Simon's Photos


    here is a good vid that pretty much gives you a feel for what it was about.

    Tembladeras a Coatepec; Trembles to Coffee - PART 2 - YouTube

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    Slowmotion, thanks for posting the ride report. How far from Xalapa is the trail, and what types of XC riding are to be had? We're considering going to Veracruz or Zacatecas this winter after attending my sister's wedding in Yucatan. I've been to Xalapa before and it was alright, but admittedly I prefer Zacatecas or Chihuahua.

    Also, you are spot on about the overblown violence aspect. So many places to go there, and the people are FANTASTIC!
    Good friction shifting is getting hard to find nowadays....

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