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Motorcycle Journeys Through California & Baja: Second Edition Paperback – Feb 1 2007


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About the Author

One of the best-known names in motorcycle journalism, Clement Salvadori has written over 1,000 articles for dozens of motorcycle magazines during the past 30 years, as well as having authored three books. He has ridden in over 60 countries -- from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe -- and is considered motorcycling's most erudite observer.

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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Don't buy it for Baja Feb. 2 2008
By Baja Bound - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
If you're interested in exploring Baja, don't buy this edition. It covers only MEX 1. I liked the first edition so much that I bought this one for updates. The first edition had twice as many pages for Baja, including MEX 3, plus ratings on the common dirt roads. None of those are in here now. I think the only updated info was the exchange rate; they didn't even add Web sites for contact info within Mexico. I was really disappointed with this one. If you only want to travel MEX 1 it may be okay because you won't realize how much is missing, but the info is outdated and you can travel MEX 1 just fine without it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A must read if you live in SoCal and ride a motorcyle Nov. 27 2008
By Trish - Published on Amazon.com
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I have made it my mission this year to enjoy the beauty of my home state. My husband and I both ride our own bikes and we decided to take a "home" vacation this year.
This book was essential. With the routes right there in black and white, restaurant reviews, hotel advice, road challenges a rider may face, etc..this book more than paid for itself by saving us time and money!
Clem is grwat as usual! Sept. 26 2013
By JohnRides - Published on Amazon.com
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I always read some Clem before every road trip. I too am a lover of travel by motorcycle and Clem's never fails to inspire. He reminds us to smell the roses and enjoy all aspects of travel and to not focus too intently on any one single aspect.
GREAT TRIP PLANNER!!
On the road Aug. 3 2013
By Patrick T. Devine - Published on Amazon.com
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Pretty good coverage. However the author failed to mention two very important things:
First, in NoCal (particularly on the coastline) there are very few, I repeat very few road signs. So while his off the highway ventures, which I very much wanted to explore, sounded like great rides I was unable to find most of them. Even the locals admitted the paucity of signage. And the signs that existed were small and well hidden. Had he mentioned that I would have slowed when approaching his 'good" spots.
Two: It would have helped if the author had noted than NoCal coast in August is cold, wet, foggy and slippery.The roads could be a lot more fun when dry and visible. Inland was fine, save for the fact that we went from 50 degrees to 95 once we crossed into the valleys.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
California for Motorcyclists Feb. 8 2008
By J. Anderson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This book does a great job of luring you to California for some winter motorcycling.
I'm excited for a trip there next month


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