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Motorcycling in Mexico

Local adventure rider Doug Holck spent six weeks traveling Mexico’s rugged roads, where he braved deep canyons, laughed with locals and followed a dream

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Posted: Friday, May 18, 2012 7:45 am

Doug Holck lives for adventure. He traveled up and down the back roads of Mexico, passing signs on gravely roads that warned of “bandidos,” local bandits with pirate-like antics.

His hotel reported him missing when he returned days late from a ride into the depths of Barranca del Cobre, a Mexican canyon that is four times as wide as the Grand Canyon.

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