September 26, 2021

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What camping gear I bring for round the world motorcycle travel – Baja California, Mexico – Ep1

After the last episode when i arrived in Baja California, Mexico i have traveled down through Baja, all the way to the southern tip. In this episode i spend a lot of the time camping in Baja California and enjoying the bike offroad on parts of the Baja 1000 route.

Going from Ensenada to Puertecitos camping for one night on the beach, continuing on via Coco’s Corner and following parts of the Baja 1000 to Bahia De Los Angeles camping for an additional 4 nights on the beach.
Being tired of camping i continue to Loreto, staying for a few days before i do a impulse trip to Cabo san Lucas. After almost a week of relaxing and resting up in Cabo the trip continues to the final destination in Baja; La Paz! In La Paz i discovered that i had some visa problem and had to fly back to Tijuana to get it fixed. I ended up flying back and forth within two days. In total ended up spending almost 2 weeks in La Paz. Staying positive, i had time to service my bike and i stayed at Casa Esterito, an absolutely amazing hostel!
The boat from La Paz to Mazatlan was an adventure!

See you in the next episode, touring Mainland mexico!

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The camping gear i bring:
× MSR Hubba Hubba NX
× North face ONE bag
× MSR Whisper Lite stove with the smallest fuel bottle
× GSI Dualist cooking kit
× GSI frying pan
× REI sleeping mat

The adventure bike specifications;

Suzuki V-Strom 650xt 2018
GIVI Windscreen
TFX 141 suspension rear
SW-Motech trax panniers and crash-bars.
Baja Designs Squadron Pro lights adventure motorcycle kit
Barkbusters for the V-Strom
Dryspec D28 drybags
Rotopax 3.8L gas can


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