Excuse me, which way is the Baja 1000?

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
An aging working man and avid motorcycle enthusiast finds himself with one more chance at real adventure. With off-road riding skills developed as a teenager but unused for several decades, no desert racing experience, and a general purpose motorcycle suited more for commuting than off-road racing, Airborne Andy throws caution to the wind and reaches for the brass ring – The Baja 1000! More

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Andrew Vela (aka Airborne Andy) is a motorcycle adventure enthusiast

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Jim Robinette reviewed on June 5, 2012

What a story! Andy shows the grit and determination it takes not only to do the Baja 1000, and not only to do it solo, but also what it takes to do it on a non-racing bike! This is one of the toughest and most grueling races in the world. And against everyone's recommendations, he did it. What an accomplishment.

This is the story of what one man can do with determination, guts and friends. It takes all three to do what he did, and he brings it to you in a compelling, well written story that makes you want to go out and do it yourself (if you are ever that crazy). After reading his story, I was trying to talk my wife into letting me do the same thing. You can only imagine the look I got.

This is a great read that you won't want to put down. You will find it entertaining, compelling and interesting. I highly recommend this book!

I hope that Andy writes more books about his other adventures, as this story is the tip of a motorcycle adventure iceberg
(reviewed 19 days after purchase)
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