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Buenos Aires to the States

Im in BA now and am looking for a fellow rider to join me in my return trip to the states or part thereof. Departure date, sometime soon would be nice. I dont like riding slow and enjoy offroad with a passion,I'm riding solo, my blog will give you an idea wwwnoboundaries.blogspot.com

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doing the same buddy, left BA about a week ago, just hit over the Andes and am now in Chile!!? Any ideas?
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A silly question I know, but if you are riding solo, why are you looking for a riding buddy, that defeats the purpose surely:?
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I'm looking for takers for the following ride in Bolivia if you guys are nearby:

Sucre --> La Ruta del Che --> Samaipata --> Santa Cruz --> Trinidad --> Rurrenabaque --> La Paz
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Hi there Chris, I did not realise that was you in the original post, hope all is well
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Im in BA now and am looking for a fellow rider to join me in my return trip to the states or part thereof. Departure date, sometime soon would be nice. I dont like riding slow and enjoy offroad with a passion,I'm riding solo, my blog will give you an idea wwwnoboundaries.blogspot.com
Hi Chris.
This is Ricardo. I drive a Suzuki DR 650. We meet in Cuesta de Miranda/Villa Union, Argentina in April.
I´m in Quito Ecuador now.
When are you planning to leave BA?
What is the route?

Saludos,
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Hi there Chris, I did not realise that was you in the original post, hope all is well
Hey Richard, good to hear from you, I am in a town called Chaco near Corrientes in Argentina, recovering from a little crash on another bike, supermoto, hope to be on the road again by tuesday. Where are you and what are you doing?
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Hi Chris.
This is Ricardo. I drive a Suzuki DR 650. We meet in Cuesta de Miranda/Villa Union, Argentina in April.
I´m in Quito Ecuador now.
When are you planning to leave BA?
What is the route?

Saludos,
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I have left BA and am stuck in Chaco Near Corrientes, planning on going north through Brazil around Paraguay and up into Bolivia and then north along the Andes, what is you route and time frame
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A silly question I know, but if you are riding solo, why are you looking for a riding buddy, that defeats the purpose surely:?
Smart ass. Comming to Africa next year?
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Hi Chris

I am stuck in Oz and will be here working to save up for the next leg, which is UK to Singapore, so I won't make Africa next year, or the year after.

Speedy recovery, at least I am not the only one that comes a cropper eh

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will be in BA jan then heading up to the states if anyones still around then?
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6 dirt bikers will be doing Cuzco - Colca - Camana - Nazca - Cerro Azul (almost Lima) then turning up the Yauyos valley to Huancayo and going all the way to Chachapoyas in the north via the interior. Leaving Cuzco end of June. Sounds like it matches any of your dates??
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6 dirt bikers will be doing Cuzco - Colca - Camana - Nazca - Cerro Azul (almost Lima) then turning up the Yauyos valley to Huancayo and going all the way to Chachapoyas in the north via the interior. Leaving Cuzco end of June. Sounds like it matches any of your dates??
Hey mate, I might be down with that, how long do you think it may take?
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will be in BA jan then heading up to the states if anyones still around then?
Hey joej90. I'm likely to have a similar schedule/basic route. Still in the early stages of planing but we should stay in touch.

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Pockethead,

We are in Cuzco now and leaving here to go south to the Colca Canyon, then to the coast and north. Leaving here (Cuzco) the 28th. Where are you mate?
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