PeruMotors goes back to MEXICO in February 2023 to avoid the cold winter at home.If you are in for a real motorcycle adventure, this is your tour. You will experience the best combination of nature, culture and motorcycling in North America. And let's not forget the good food, accompanied by a nice glass of Tequila, Mezcal and/or a refreshing Margarita. Mexico is way more than only tacos and burritos! You'll be amazed.
All our motorcycles are standard insured for damage to the rental motorcycle and for property damage to third parties, with an excess/deductible of max. US$ 2,500.00. You must leave this amount as a "Security Deposit" for the motorcycle in cash or with a major credit card.If you surrender the motorcycle after the tour without any damage, the security deposit will be refunded directly to you.
This motorcycle adventure starts with your arrival in Mexico City, the capital of Mexico on high altitude. In the afternoon your tour guide will the briefing for the whole group about the upcoming tour. During the briefing you must do the necessary paperwork and pay the "Safety Deposit" for the motorcycle.The rest of the day is at leisure in Mexico City, one the largest cities in Latin America.
Pero lo que pocos quizás saben, es que al parecer a esta cantante española le encantan las motos de alta cilindrada, y así quedó al descubierto al posar sobre esta magnífica Honda CBR1000rr, un vehículo de alta gama, capaz de alcanzar velocidades de hasta 300 kilómetros por hora.
"Ninguna motocicleta conecta al piloto, la máquina y el camino como lo hace una deportiva. CBR1000RR te ofrece una aceleración inmediata, la cual, junto con el diseño de su chasis, se fusionan para formar una extensión de tu propio cuerpo.", describe el sitio web de Honda México.
Kyle Quinn in the Wilson Motorsports class one car was another who looked unstoppable out front. Some of his main competitors were out early, and at one point, the team had a 60 mile lead over second place. Kyle took the start, and handed the car to Greg Distefano at mile 250. Greg took the car to Ronny Wilson at mile 475 who continued to build the lead. Kyle got back in the car at mile 710 for a nice cruise into the finish. That was until he broke a rear lower trailing arm around mile 800. Baja has a way of imposing humility on everyone. The Wilson Motorsports team saved the day by fixing the arm enough to get to the finish in first place. They had a clean run with no penalties. Damen Jeffries was closing in, but was only able to make it close in the end. He had to settle for second. Mike Frye was third and the 178 car of Kevy Nott from Brisbane, Queensland finished the Baja 1000 to fulfill his bucket list. 2b1af7f3a8