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    ... and if we just ... Tell me about it?

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    27 years old... been riding for ovr 15 years.
    Mazatlan, Sin.
    Mainly XC.. I did a little DH but i suck at it. (I ate ---- at Black diamond trails in WHISTLER)
    Favorite trail?
    La Primavera in GDL.

    My bike: 05 Kona Kikapu Deluxe mostly XT with a REBA team fork, Crossmax rims runing Tubeless.

    Come and visit Mazatlan but dont forget to bring your bike. Life is not only about "Cervezas".

    BTW my favorite beer is Victoria and of course Pacifico.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp
    So paisanos!

    Now we have a Mexico board... firstly, we'd like to know how many of us are here and where you live in Mexico.

    Please post the following data if you please:

    - Age
    - Location (where in mexico)
    - Riding style, if any (XC, FR, DH, AM, etc., If any)
    - Your bike, of course
    - Favorite trail (in Mexico, that's it)
    - Favorite drink

    Please join in... let's populate this place now we have it.
    AGE: 36

    LOCATION: LOS REYES MICHOACAN

    RIDING STYLE: XC & FR.

    YOUR BIKE:
    XC: GT I DRIVE TEAM, ROCK SHOX SID W/POP LOCK, CROSS MAX II, HUTCHINSON SPIDER 2.1 TBLSS, FULL XTR W/ V-BRAKES , EASTON CARBON/ALUMINIUM COCKPIT, TIME TITAN PEDALS, FSA AHEADSET INTEGRATED SYS, SPECIALIZED ALIAS HOLLOW TI SADDLE.
    FR: SPECIALIZED BIG HIT, MARZOCCHI JR T, SUN RHYNO LITE XL RIMS, TIOGA DH 2.3, SHIMANO LX-XT-XTR COMPONENTS, HAYES H.D.BRAKES, SPECIALIZED COCKPIT W/ KORE SEATPOST, SHIMANO M646 PEDALS, DIA COMPE AHEADSET, WTB LAZER V TI SADDLE.

    FAVORITE TRAIL: LOS REYES TO PARICUTIN VOLCANO.

    FAVORITE DRINK: COCA COLA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by REYEXbike
    AGE: 36

    LOCATION: LOS REYES MICHOACAN

    RIDING STYLE: XC & FR.

    YOUR BIKE:
    XC: GT I DRIVE TEAM, ROCK SHOX SID W/POP LOCK, CROSS MAX II, HUTCHINSON SPIDER 2.1 TBLSS, FULL XTR W/ V-BRAKES , EASTON CARBON/ALUMINIUM COCKPIT, TIME TITAN PEDALS, FSA AHEADSET INTEGRATED SYS, SPECIALIZED ALIAS HOLLOW TI SADDLE.
    FR: SPECIALIZED BIG HIT, MARZOCCHI JR T, SUN RHYNO LITE XL RIMS, TIOGA DH 2.3, SHIMANO LX-XT-XTR COMPONENTS, HAYES H.D.BRAKES, SPECIALIZED COCKPIT W/ KORE SEATPOST, SHIMANO M646 PEDALS, DIA COMPE AHEADSET, WTB LAZER V TI SADDLE.

    FAVORITE TRAIL: LOS REYES TO PARICUTIN VOLCANO.

    FAVORITE DRINK: COCA COLA.
    holly scouts!!!!! thats a nice bike!!! hope you post some photos in!!
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    Do you like my bikes?... Sorry "NOT FOR SALE"

    Quote Originally Posted by mtbgiovanny
    holly scouts!!!!! thats a nice bike!!! hope you post some photos in!!
    Thank's for your comment, Few weeks ago I'd try to upload some pictures attached to my message into other forum's section, the message was uploaded well, but the attachment (picture) failure and I dont know what I did wrong when I was doing it.

    But if your interested to see my bikes, check my personal gallery on this site, but remember... "MY BIKES ARE NOT FOR SALE" (JUST KIDING), there's many of my pictures too. have a nice ride allways, J.L.

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    So paisanos!

    Now we have a Mexico board... firstly, we'd like to know how many of us are here and where you live in Mexico.

    Please post the following data if you please:

    - Age
    - Location (where in mexico)
    - Riding style, if any (XC, FR, DH, AM, etc., If any)
    - Your bike, of course
    - Favorite trail (in Mexico, that's it)
    - Favorite drink

    Please join in... let's populate this place now we have it.
    Hello, I am new to this board, I m here to say hello to all my fellow paisanos.

    age: 20 years old
    location: mty
    Riding Style: a mix between XC and AM... I also love long rides (more than 60 km long)
    my bike: I still own my first bike, ehem ... frame... A marin frame, with XT hubs, Xt Front and rear derailleurs, xt cassette, bunch of stock parts (seat tube riser bar bla bla), wellgo clips, CrossmaxII with michelin tires, and a crappy rockshox pilot race. (need $$ for fork and probably a new full sus frame)
    Trail- wow, i was amazed by the beauty of the Barrancas del cobre trails, on the Sierra de Chihuahua, last year i made a 180 km trip, on my MTB on 3 days...with a broken hand, and it was the BEST experience i ever had with my bike in my whole life.
    Favorite drink- i just love beer: Indio, and if i have more money---> a Guiness...

    On a side note for all you guys with chronic injuries (not sure how to call them) i really wish you guys to get better, ive got a completely reconstructed shoulder, and i need another surgery by the end of the year, i just hope i can make it to 40 and still ride...
    cheers....
    miguel.

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    Puerto Rico

    Baja California

    I've been a Trek person since college.
    On da Island of Enchantment I saw these from my own turf (Beijing? Ie).
    So I said, why not
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    Qiúbole everybody

    - Age: 33
    - Location (where in mexico): Cd. Juárez (Home of the Chupacabras 100 KM, and proud of it ! ! )
    - Riding style, if any (XC, FR, DH, AM, etc., If any) XC, been in MTBiking for a couple of years only.
    - Your bike, of course: Giant Rincón '03 with some upgrades, Rock Shox fork, Shimano M520 pedals, XTR brakes (Soy pobre de padre alcóholico y familia numerosa )
    - Favorite trail (in Mexico, that's it) Cerro Bola trails
    - Favorite drink: anything that keeps me out of dehydration ! !

    Check out the link to a local newspaper, what some fellow cyclists did:

    http://www.diario.com.mx/nota.asp?no...61a777f3a69592

    Very decent of them ! !

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    Quote Originally Posted by eorozco23
    Check out the link to a local newspaper, what some fellow cyclists did:

    http://www.diario.com.mx/nota.asp?no...61a777f3a69592

    Very decent of them ! !
    Hey! Welcome, bro!!! I hope to have you hanging 'round here more often.

    What a great history... cool from the guys to recue that little girl.

    As a father, I can't conceive abandoning my kid for anything in the world. These are crimes that should be severely punished... that would give some people a few reasons to think twice before bringing into the world unwanted kids, if you catch my drift.
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    Hi I'm new at this cycling buisness and I have only been to the ajusco a couple so I dont have a good ride but I am aiming for a scott yz4 and later on pimpin it up.
    Im 15 and I am a friend of a few guys at mtbr.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PerroKalvo
    Hi I'm new at this cycling buisness so I dont have a good ride but I am aiming for a scott yz4 and later on pimpin it up.
    Im 15 and I am a friend of a few guys at mtbr.
    Welcome on board!!!

    I hope to see you on the trails!

    Don't sweat much the bike... as the Red Baron said "It's not the box, it's the man in the box"... Lance later spun it a little and said "It's not the bike, it's about the man on the bike".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp
    Welcome on board!!!

    I hope to see you on the trails!

    Don't sweat much the bike... as the Red Baron said "It's not the box, it's the man in the box"... Lance later spun it a little and said "It's not the bike, it's about the man on the bike".
    Very wize words ...but I want my scott son !!!
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    Dont call Warp "son" pichichi, this guy is an Apostol.

    Excuse my friend allmighty Warp Warp

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacubaya
    Dont call Warp "son" pichichi, this guy is an Apostol.

    Excuse my friend allmighty Warp Warp
    yeah! otherwise tacubaya is gonna have to take his lips off warp's ass and smack u silly!








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    LOLZ !!!!

    You guys crack me up!!!
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    Hahahaha Triphop, good one.

    Its a pitty your forks and bikes are never gonna be pimped by Warp... NEVER :P

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    Here i go...

    246206MYBIKE2.jpg

    Hi Vatos

    I really like this space you create

    -Age: 46 (me hablan de ud y los aviento sin frenos en las s´s)
    - Location (where in mexico): Naucalpan Echegaray
    - Riding style, if any (XC, FR, DH, AM, etc., If any): XC
    - Your bike, of course: Kona Cindercone 17" with some upgrades: Race Face, XT, Marzocchi Mx Comp eta, Avid bb7
    - Favorite trail (in Mexico, that's it): Salazar, El Chico Hgo, Nevado de Toluca
    - Favorite drink: Gatorade after 2 hours without any water

    Sorry about my english i´m trying my best

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    Nice bike Gamebox, but dude what's up with that stem length? Its like half a meter hehe

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    size

    i´ts 4 xc
    thats my size

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    Great picture of best beer in Mexico

    Quote Originally Posted by tigerdog
    Very true.

    Feliz Navidad
    Ahh...Noche Buena the seasonal dark beer from Mexico. Can only get it at Christmas time, so I drink Negra Modelo the rest of the year.

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    I am new at the forums and also at riding. Only been 3 times to the ajusco (snt) with 5a5 and tacubaya but I get the feeling I am improving...slowly.
    Name: Mauricio
    Age: 16
    Location: Mexico City
    Riding style: XC (developing others)
    Bike: Scott Voltage yz4. 2 be pimped soon.
    Quote Originally Posted by Huck Banzai
    Black rims are stronger AND lighter (The blackness absorbs some of the weight and impacts.)

    White rims smell better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perromtb
    I am new at the forums and also at riding. Only been 3 times to the ajusco (snt) with 5a5 and tacubaya but I get the feeling I am improving...slowly.
    Name: Mauricio
    Age: 16
    Location: Mexico City
    Riding style: XC (developing others)
    Bike: Scott Voltage yz4. 2 be pimped soon.
    Hey... wellcome here! I'll bet you'll improve not as slowly with those two mentors!

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    Thanks, I hope you are correct.
    Quote Originally Posted by Huck Banzai
    Black rims are stronger AND lighter (The blackness absorbs some of the weight and impacts.)

    White rims smell better.

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    35 Años
    Guadalajara, Jalisco.
    FR, la mayoria del tiempo.
    Bosque de La Primavera.
    Giant, Cuadro Duro, ¨Rainier¨ 2004
    Jugo de Uva y/o Manzana (no nectar)

    Esta es mi bici, la nrs es de mi hermano.





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    Age: 29
    Location: Puebla. Pero vivo en Barcelona por el momento (Oficina al lado de Whafe =))
    Riding Style: XC
    Bike: Titus Racer X, Kelly Deluxe,
    Favorite trail: La calera, El Zapo
    Favorite Drink: INDIO!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chamuko
    Location: Puebla. Pero vivo en Barcelona por el momento (Oficina al lado de Whafe =))
    Bienvenido!!!

    Asi que conoces al inchi Whafe?!

    Ojala te veamos mas por aca...
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    Hehe Yes... he's a really good friend of mine. (just saw the reasons on why this was supposed to be in english)

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    Quote Originally Posted by chamuko
    Hehe Yes... he's a really good friend of mine. (just saw the reasons on why this was supposed to be in english)
    What an effing coincidence!!

    You mexican there with a Kiwi friend... We mexicans here with a Kiwi friend too...

    And then people say we Mexicans are everywhere in the world... what about kiwis? Now I see why the density of population is so low in NZ... They all go somewhere else to spoil things!
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    AND, they all call themselves "flying kiwi". I used to live in Korea before coming to Spain. Its full of Kiwis over there, and there was also a guy who called himself the "flying kiwi"..
    funny.

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    Presente maestra!!! Que diga... Yo soy de Mex, el DF para ser exactos, pero vivo en EU.
    Aqui esta un enlace de la pagina de el club al que pertenezco.

    http://www.bikejournal.com/club_home...6-25F60465E107}


    Espero que puedan verlo.

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    Nice looking trail, Alpenvelo. Is it somewhere in Arizona?
    Recalculating....

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    ... and if we just ...

    Quote Originally Posted by rodar y rodar
    Nice looking trail, Alpenvelo. Is it somewhere in Arizona?

    Indeed this is. It's the Mc Dowell Mountain Park competitive loop. It's so much fun. I am lucky to have this as my backyard really... All it takes is for me to ride one block and I am out there. If anyone down there ever wants to organize a trip here let me know and I can help you find the best trails and accomodations. Some guys from Sonora come up every year for the Nova desert clasic in March. It's a National race and great fun for all...!

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    Another mexican outside Mexico

    Hey guys, Lalo Quintana from DF but living in "el norte" , 40 years old, I ride FR, have a Kona Stinky and a Morewood Shova LT, wich I was running with a RS Lyric until today that I replaced it with a zocchi 888rc. Favorite place to ride is Highland NH and Plattekill NY. Hope to get in touch with you people.
    I tried to post a pic of the Morewood but it seems that the server may be too busy, anyway, I'll try it later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lalocotequinta
    Hey guys, Lalo Quintana from DF but living in "el norte" , 40 years old, I ride FR, have a Kona Stinky and a Morewood Shova LT, wich I was running with a RS Lyric until today that I replaced it with a zocchi 888rc. Favorite place to ride is Highland NH and Plattekill NY. Hope to get in touch with you people.
    I tied to post a pic of the Morewood but it seems that the server may be too busy, anyway, I'll try it later.
    Welcome on board, bro!!!

    Hope to see you more often over here.. we have a dedicated DH/FR wing (the Young'ones).
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    Quote Originally Posted by lalocotequinta
    Hey guys, Lalo Quintana from DF but living in "el norte" , 40 years old, I ride FR, have a Kona Stinky and a Morewood Shova LT, wich I was running with a RS Lyric until today that I replaced it with a zocchi 888rc. Favorite place to ride is Highland NH and Plattekill NY. Hope to get in touch with you people.
    I tried to post a pic of the Morewood but it seems that the server may be too busy, anyway, I'll try it later.
    Here she isPicture 156 (Small).jpg

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    NICE!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lalocotequinta
    Here she is
    Man, that's a sexy one!! Gorgeous!
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    Hi guys

    Tomorrow we are riding to La Virgen in downhill bikes, thru el tejamanilero in case any of you might get interested we are meeting at 9:00am, and then of course riding downhill @ 10:30 am. See you there.

    Age: 31
    - Location (where in mexico) MEXICO CITY, SANTA FE
    - Riding style : FREERIDE & DOWNHILL
    - My Bike: Santa Cruz V10 & Cannondale Gemini
    - Favorite trail: Coyotepec, Ajusco, Valle de Bravo, Axosco, pretty much any technical & fun trail.
    - Favorite drink: Red Wine

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    Luigi wont you rather ride with us to Axosco? 9am!!!

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    Aunque algunos ya nos conocemos....

    life is an adventure, make it epic.

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    Kona rules

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    Quote Originally Posted by pol
    Simon is da shizzz
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    "jesus would huck it"
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    i have found the 1.5" headtubes to be slightly larger in diameter than 1 1/8", plus or minus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gambox
    Kona rules
    Nah, just Simon.

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    Let me introduce myself

    - Age: 30
    - Location: Mi familia es de Cd. Cuauhtemoc, Chihuahua pero yo vivo en Albuquerque, Nuevo Mexico
    - Riding style: XC, AM
    - Your bike, of course: 2005 Titus Motolite
    - Favorite trail (in Mexico, that's it): Pista de Cd. Cuauhtemoc, Chih., and Otero in Albuquerque, NM
    - Favorite drink: Cerveza Sol
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    Norman Cook el mismisimo.
    Age: 31
    - Locación: MEXICO D.F., Las Aguilas.
    - Estilo: ALL MOUNTAIN
    - Mi bici: Sugar 2 Gary Fisher, w/Manitou minute 3:00
    - Favorita ruta: Toluca-Crater-Vuelta al Nevado-Toluca.
    - Favorita bebida: Vodka.

    Por favor escriban en español. Estamos entre mexicanos y es mejor lengua que el English.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norman cook aka Festina
    Norman Cook el mismisimo.
    Age: 31
    - Locación: MEXICO D.F., Las Aguilas.
    - Estilo: ALL MOUNTAIN
    - Mi bici: Sugar 2 Gary Fisher, w/Manitou minute 3:00
    - Favorita ruta: Toluca-Crater-Vuelta al Nevado-Toluca.
    - Favorita bebida: Vodka.

    Por favor escriban en español. Estamos entre mexicanos y es mejor lengua que el English.
    Pus bienvenido!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norman cook aka Festina
    Norman Cook el mismisimo.

    Por favor escriban en español. Estamos entre mexicanos y es mejor lengua que el English.
    __________________________________________________ _____________________

    Norman :
    Mexicans in this forum ?????? ja ja ja , we are todos foreigners , we buy baikas en el extranger , y las partes también , Bu****o is my amigo ja ja ja again.... we don´t know how to write in spanish , pero you are correct , el spanish es mejor y mas completo que el inglish , cervantiux le pone en la mother a chakespeare very easy.

    Pues welcome y bienvenido por here

    the last biker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norman cook aka Festina
    Norman Cook el mismisimo.
    Age: 31
    - Locación: MEXICO D.F., Las Aguilas.
    - Estilo: ALL MOUNTAIN
    - Mi bici: Sugar 2 Gary Fisher, w/Manitou minute 3:00
    - Favorita ruta: Toluca-Crater-Vuelta al Nevado-Toluca.
    - Favorita bebida: Vodka.

    Por favor escriban en español. Estamos entre mexicanos y es mejor lengua que el English.
    tons.. pske como ke bienen gente de pus otros lares por aca!

    Hay un tema sobre esto. Es un sitio internacional y no lo ven únicamente los mexicanos.

    Bueno, pus ... wilcom hir....

    No quiero entrar en un debate ingles-español. salu2

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    Oh my, how rude I am, I never told about me here before.

    Well, you may remember me from movies like "I want my Heckler" or "I'd rather build my Jamis" xD

    - Age: 28
    - Location: DF
    - Style: AM, and wanna start trying FR and DH.
    - Bike: Soon to be... a Jamis Komodo :P
    - Favorite Trail: looking for one.
    - Favorite Drink: Bohemia! But Leon or Negra Modelo are fine too.

    I hope to have pics the next month as soon as my bike is complete. She's still missing some parts. Espero conocer la chilanga banda un dia de estos.
    voycaminandoenlacallemirandoalasmuchachas mirandoalasmuchachas hayunasrubiasgraciosasmorenashermosasypreciosas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp
    So paisanos!

    Now we have a Mexico board... firstly, we'd like to know how many of us are here and where you live in Mexico.

    Please post the following data if you please:

    - Age
    - Location (where in mexico)
    - Riding style, if any (XC, FR, DH, AM, etc., If any)
    - Your bike, of course
    - Favorite trail (in Mexico, that's it)
    - Favorite drink

    Please join in... let's populate this place now we have it.
    Viva Mexico!, Viva Jalisco!

    I'm 60, with homes in Ameca, Jal and Rincon de Guayabitos, Nay. I prefer off road but I ride both. My moutain bike is a Specialized Hardrock Comp with discs. My favorite trail is the road to San Sebastian from Puerto Vallarta well after you cross the Rio Ameca. Oh, and that hill going down to Talpa is literally breath-taking! And my favorite drink is sangria (not sangrita, I know the difference) after a nice hot dusty ride made with fine Mexican wines. I also have property in Manzanillo, Col and in the Ciudad de Colima. I love to ride that area heading back towards Guadalajara from Coliima. Lots of fine riding areas between Tepic, Ameca, Autlan, Colima just that whole area, some of the most beautiful in the world. I'm a transplant from Bavaria.

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    - Age: 19
    - Location: Mexico D.F.
    - Riding style, if any (XC, FR, DH, AM, etc., If any): AM, but I can do XC without much problems
    - Your bike, of course: Santa Cruz Heckler 2007
    - Favorite trail (in Mexico, that's it): It´s in Valle de Bravo it is called Temas because it ends in Temascaltepec
    - Favorite drink: Cuba

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