Mexico’s Highway One stretches from Tijuana to the southern tip of The Baja Peninsula; there’s no need for a map — you literally can’t get lost. Almost all of it is in better shape than much of I-95. It meanders from the Pacific with breaching whales and shrimp tacos, across a desert straight out of a Hollywood cowboy movie, to the Sea Of Cortez’s achingly picturesque beaches and bays. Each day we put about 250 miles on the bikes before we pulled into a 5-Star resort. A van loaded with our luggage followed behind so we could travel fast and light. We rumbled through small cities, tiny towns, a few military checkpoints and many miles of grin-inducing winding mountain roads. The sight and sound of a Harley V Twin is a universal language. Add in top-notch cuisine, movie star & world-class adventurer Charley Boorman as Guest Tour Leader and perfect post-hurricane season weather and it added up to an epic adventure with memories that will last a lifetime; EagleRider.com.
In an island built on diversity, ideas and perspectives from around the world, outstanding Latino Key Biscayners showcase their Hispanic heritage with pride.
With the sun high up in the sky and the temperatures soaring, a surprisingly scorching social season emerged after years of pent-up excitement.