As long as you are safe, you can travel
on public roadways in Baja with an off-road vehicle. On some tours, the best
sections have to be linked together with
a little pavement.
with refueling or preparing lunch.
They even clean your machine and
goggles for you. All you have to do is
enjoy the drive.
If you do want to see some Baja
race action, there are tours scheduled around the Baja 250, 500 and
1000 races. Go Baja Riding can also
arrange pre-running trips or even
facilitate a full race effort for clients if
that’s within your budget.
Perhaps Baja is not an option for
you, so Go Baja Riding offers ATV,
UTV and dirt bike tours stateside as
well, with stops such as Randsburg,
California, and Laughlin and Las
Vegas, Nevada. Group and corporate tours can be arranged for all
We have been riding, pre-running
and racing in Baja for decades, and
we have to tell you, this was one of
the most relaxing, worry-free trips
we have ever been on. Everything
was taken care of—from the food and
hotels to gas and navigation. In fact,
we got to experience some trails we
never knew existed in the northern
part of Baja. It was so easy and fun,
we are booking the six-day Cabo
and back north trip next. That’s an
adventure we have never been on.
Book your adventure by calling (951)
687-0808 or go online to www.gobaja
During our tour, we traveled with two couples trying to escape the brutal Midwest
winter we had. We can’t think of a better way to do it.
The locals in Baja love to greet the tourists. This group of tourists brought along
some candy to share with the kids we came across.
We traveled over 500 miles in three brand-new Arctic Cat Wildcats on this trip. After
all those miles, we only had to plug a couple of tire punctures and add gas. The
machines ran flawless.