Originally Posted by naujcdl
We all are glad you found this site and what bike you got? you will find a TON and a half of info.
Buena Suerte y siga dandole!
Wright now i have a Vairo XR 8800, Great about all the info, cause i am the "do it yourself kind of guy" and i am constantly trying to improve fix or change stuff thing on the bike and i hate to go to the bikestore and depend on their times!
Originally Posted by East Hill
Hello Toto, what kind of riding do you do in Argentina? And, what bike or bikes are you riding? Oh, and what part of Argentina? It's a big place you know!
Welcome to BF, and feel free to PM me with any questions
As for now i am only riding on the streets in the city, every time i have a chace to go off-road somethings comes in my way and i can't go and eat some dirt!
Currently i am In Buenos Aires, Capital Federal! to be more exact in Barrancas de Belgrano ( thats the neighborhood).
Originally Posted by Miguelangel
tell where and how friendly is biking in Argentina pls...
and how many wine bottles can you carry in your pannniers...
also you must tell us in order to be accepted who do you root for??? Boca o River???? LOL
I will not TAG Buenos Aires as a BikerFriendly place, you need to be very carefull, the pedestrians think they are the king of the road and they think thay can cross the streets from or whenever they like, and the bus/car drivers act like you are not there, but with that in mind, and knowing your surroundings, argentina has very nice places to go biking, one of my favorites quick routes is to go from my house to Tigre
( I was bored so i went to Tigre with my GPS and trak the whole route! )
I dont have apanniers installed on my bike! but i can at least carry 5 bottles in my big backpack
this might disappoint you, but i am not a soccer fan! so i have no answer to that
, but my father is a BIG BIG fan of River!
Well thak you all for the wellcomes! and be prepared for all my questions!