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Old 1 Jan 2022
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Panamericana

Hallo zusammen
Ich möchte nächstes Jahr die Panamericana von Anchorage nach Ushuaia machen.
Starten möchte ich mit meinem Motorrad Yamaha T7,mitte Juni.
Ich bin frisch pensioniert, fahre seit meiner Jugend Motorrad und suche jemand der möglicherweise die Tour, oder auch nur ein Teil mitfahren möchte.
Bei Interesse wäre es gut wenn wir uns vorgängig treffen könnten.
Ich bin männlich ,65 Jahre alt, positiv und voller Vorfreude.
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Here's my first good deed for the new year. A quick Google translation to English for Balaba...................shu


Hi, everyone
I want to do the Panamericana from Anchorage to Ushuaia next year.
I would like to start with my Yamaha T7 motorcycle in the middle of June.
I am recently retired, have been riding a motorcycle since my youth and am looking for someone who might want to ride the tour or just part of it.
If you are interested, it would be good if we could meet beforehand.
I am male, 65 years old, positive and full of anticipation.
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reise

hi habe die gleichen pläne
h.daimler@gmx.at
lg hans aus flachau
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One thought - stay off the PAH itself as much as you can - get into the mountains and byways. Although the PAH is a good way to get from A to B there are many sections which have heavy traffic, lots of debris on the road, and are relatively uninteresting.
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Another Panamerica Rider

My son and I will also be heading from the US to Ushuaia in the summer of 2022. We will be leaving from Washington State in early July and riding around the West including the Continental Divide Trail before dropping into Mexico in late August. We plan on a very non-direct route. I'm sure we will ride on portions of the Panamerican Hwy, but it won't be the prime path. Hope to hit Ushuaia around the first of the year. At least that's the plan at the moment. Plans have a habit of changing though

It will always be good to know who all else is making the run at around the same time. We will each be riding new KLR650s. Anyone else headed that way say hello.

Mark
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Would like to come along

Hi, i’m a dutch rider 56 years old. I ride a triumph bobber black 1200.
Not much experience but would like to come along.
I’m easy going. Tell me your plans. And i will figure out how to get there
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Hallo zusammen
Ich möchte nächstes Jahr die Panamericana von Anchorage nach Ushuaia machen.
Starten möchte ich mit meinem Motorrad Yamaha T7,mitte Juni.
Ich bin frisch pensioniert, fahre seit meiner Jugend Motorrad und suche jemand der möglicherweise die Tour, oder auch nur ein Teil mitfahren möchte.
Bei Interesse wäre es gut wenn wir uns vorgängig treffen könnten.
Ich bin männlich ,65 Jahre alt, positiv und voller Vorfreude.
Good evening
I am planning to travel to the south America
I was considering going around late August early September 2022
I would welcome the opportunity to ride with another rider.
Would my initial plans fit in with yours ?
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@Balaba, @Daimler

ich starte im Dezember ab Mexico mit einer RE Himalayan die ich dort gebraucht kaufe.
Dauer drei Monate/Jahr dann 9 Monate nach Hause, arbeiten. Ich lasse mir Zeit, glaube nicht das die erste Saison für ganz Mexico reicht. Falls doch geht es dann weiter nach Guatemala, Belize usw. Ziel ist ebenfalls Ushuaia, was sonst :-).

I start in December from Mexico with a RE Himalayan which I will buy there used. Duration three months/year then 9 months home for work. I take my time, don't think that the first season is enough for the whole of Mexico. If it does, then continue to Guatemala, Belize, etc. Destination is also Ushuaia, what else :-).

i speak spanish, that will help.
I ride since 1988, yearly holiday trips through Europe, aprox. 10-15.000km /year.

hope to get good information from you

Alex
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I am also going to leave in early august departing from vancouver down. hope to meet you along the way!
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