Come join us in Baja to ride new pavement on empty roads through expansive landscapes rivaling Joshua Tree, Moab, Big Sur, and the fire-red mesas of Idaho. Ride past towering cactus spread across valleys as far as the eye can see, meandering along bucolic coast under warm, bright blue skies.
Indeed, what is most striking about Baja is tranquility and wide-open space making it the ultimate Covid-era escape: almost 3/4 of Baja’s 3.3 million residents live near the border cities of Tijuana and Ensenada. The rest of the 55,366-square-mile peninsula is remote, an increasing amount of which has and is becoming preserved as federal and private nature and marine reserves.
Why Baja? Three main things make a great bike trip: scenic rides, friendly locals, and good grub. Baja delivers on all of these, in spades - with a bonus of warm sunny weather and clear skies. Come enjoy equally fabulous and kind people, legendary cuisine, and pleasant riding. We’ve experienced how fleeting these off-the-radar places are, often disappearing within a few short years. Baja too is changing quickly with new hotels, roads and expanding towns, but for now come ride easy peaceful miles on the road less traveled, enjoying the peninsula’s desolate and sublime rugged beauty. Ride it now before you miss out.
TRIP AT A GLANCE
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