The riding in this part of Mexico is great and the views are spectacular.
Loaded up and ready to trailer to McAllen.
We made a quick stop at Cowboy Honda in Kyle, TX for a few needed items.
Jerry and Terry in Reynosa, Mexico
Pete and Ed
Just as went crossed over into Mexico, the oil light on Stuntman Jeff's Husky TE610 lit up. The bike had plenty of oil, so Jeff finally decided it was a "time to change the oil" warning light.
John waiting while Jeff checks his Husky.
A short break on the ride from McAllen and Galeana.
The road to Rayones
Jeff gave the riding here thumbs up.
Stuntman Jeff likes the riding here too.
Last year this was a flowing waterfall. Despite the rain the area had enjoyed over the previous few weeks, most of the rivers, creeks, etc had much lower levels than last year.
1 at a time. When 2 vehicles meet, one backs up until they find a spot just wide enough for the 2 vehicles to pass each other without one plunging off the mountain.
The ADV Rider salute.
Moss covered trees glowing in the afternoon sunlight.
Right after cresting a mountain pass we encountered this huge, green, highland field. Home to cattle, horses, and praire dogs. We were unable to resist riding it.
A rare fence. Probably there to keep the cattle out of the corn field. The road leads to Cienaga del Toro.
Cienega del Toro