The first navigation based rally-raid for motorcycles in Baja CA attracted some of the biggest names on 2 wheels with Larry Roeseler doing battle with Andy Grider, Cameron Steele and Quinn Cody, who led 95% of the rally before suffering a blown motor 10 miles to the finish. 38 riders were forced to navigate their way 300 miles over 2 days without the help from any course map, GPS track or course markers. As with world championship rallies, there is no pre running, pit stops or outside assistance. This was a truly groundbreaking and potentially historic event that led the riders on the most scenic route through every type of terrain Baja is famous for.
The next BAJA RALLY (May 21-25, 2014) will more than double in size and length as riders will now be treated to 4 long days of rally stages and visit as many as 6 different towns or villages.
Baja Rally 2.0 parlays the successes of the inaugural Baja Rally to deliver the most adventurous and scenic rider experience possible while utilizing unique safety systems to protect participants, officials, support teams, hosts and spectators. The Baja Rally is designed entirely around the rider experience so there is an opportunity to create and paint a visual picture and tell a story through the changing weather and terrain on the routes.
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