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Sergio

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Member Since : March 11, 2008
Region : Argyll/ Bute (Scotland), United Kingdom
Motorcycle : V-Strom DL 1000
Best Route Ever Ridden : Sao Paulo (Brazil) to Alaska (USA)
Website : https://www.bestbikingroads.com

Latest Entries By This User

GPS Roadbooks

Garca to S.Paulo

Santa Catarina > Brazil > America
April 21, 2008 - 3 star route rating Motorcycle Road3.0

Sixth Part of a route from San Pedro de Atacama / Chile to Sao Paulo/Brazil. I like this route (about 3.200 km) because you pass through the very dry Atacama Desert. The scenery is splendid and the route goes to more than 4800 m high over the Andes Mountains.


Céu Azul to Garça

Santa Catarina > Brazil > America
April 21, 2008 - 3 star route rating Motorcycle Road3.0

Fifth Part of a route from San Pedro de Atacama / Chile to Sao Paulo/Brazil. I like this route (about 3.200 km) because you pass through the very dry Atacama Desert. The scenery is splendid and the route goes to more than 4800 m high over the Andes Mountains.


Corrient to Ceu Azul

Argentina > Argentina > America
April 21, 2008 - 3 star route rating Motorcycle Road3.0

Fourth Secition of route I particularly like (about 3.200 km) because you pass through the very dry Atacama Desert. The scenery is splendid and the route goes to more than 4800 m high over the Andes Mountains.


Salta to Corrientes

Argentina > Argentina > America
April 21, 2008 - 3 star route rating Motorcycle Road3.0

Third Part of a route from San Pedro de Atacama / Chile to Sao Paulo/Brazil. I like this route (about 3.200 km) because you pass through the very dry Atacama Desert. The scenery is splendid and the route goes to more than 4800 m high over the Andes Mountains.


Jujuy to Salta

Argentina > Argentina > America
April 21, 2008 - 3 star route rating Motorcycle Road3.0

Second Part of a route from San Pedro de Atacama / Chile to Sao Paulo/Brazil. I like this route (about 3.200 km) because you pass through the very dry Atacama Desert. The scenery is splendid and the route goes to more than 4800 m high over the Andes Mountains.