6-Day Baja Dual Sport Explorer (on/off road)

Guided Tour 6 Days / 5 Nights
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  • 510.0 mi = 816.0 km
  • Winter, Spring, Fall
  • 60.0 - 100.0°F = 15.6 - 37.8°C

Let me introduce to you our brand new 6-Day Dual Sport Explorer Tour. If you have ever thought about what it would be like to ride both paved and gravel roads, this tour is for you. We have built this tour for all skill levels and experience and it is the perfect introduction to the dual sport riding culture. Our Tour Guides have scouted the safest roads in order to enjoy the splendor of riding through the most beautiful and untapped areas of Southern California and the Baja Peninsula. You will not be disappointed and I'm positive you will fall in love with the dual sport way of life. We'll see you soon!

Tour Itinerary

Get ready for a new adventure! With San Diego in our side view mirrors, we head for the hills via one of most popular Southern California's motorcycle roads. Once we cross the border, we kick up some dirt as we head towards Ojos Negros. Twists, turns, elevation changes, and gravel all lead to a beautiful day on the back of your dual sport. Tonight we'll stay in Ensenada close to the heart of the city center. You'll be able to explore famous places such as Hussong's Cantina and the marina seafood market.
This morning we start riding along the coast with the Pacific Ocean on our left. It isn't long before we turn inland and ride up the foothills that overlook the Pacific. From here our tires grab some dirt as we leave the paved road behind us and head toward Valle de Guadalupe. Located in the heart of wine country, this area produces some of Mexico's finest wines; not to mention some great riding roads and well groomed paths. at the end your day, we've arranged for a wine tasting tour so you can tantalize your pallet after a day in the sun.
This morning we head north to until we reach Valle de La Palms. From here, we leave the pavement and head west into the hills as we twist and turn our way through the rugged outback where each turn offers something different. Tonight we stay in Puerto Nuevo. Grab your bibs, butter, and lobster crackers as Puerto Nuevo is known as the lobster capital of the Baja Penisula.
On our final day, we point our bars to the east and ride into the morning sun towards Tecate. Once we're back in the US, we hit the hills again as we climb through the Cleveland National Forest. There are ample forest roads and mountain paths to cruise and we'll be sure to ride them all. With a quick stop in Julian, be sure to get a slice of apple pie, its back to San Diego to return the bikes.
Although we're sad to see everyone go, we take great pleasure and pride in riding with you these past few days. Until we ride together again, take care and enjoy life. Thanks for joining us!
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