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Cinco de My-oh-my

When one thinks of Mexico as a motorcycle destination the first thought is generally of motocross or adventure riding in Baja.  So, contrarians that we are, the QCrew thought we’d explore a different aspect of motorcycling in Mexico – cafe culture.

D.F. (De Effe is what we insiders call Mexico City, much in the same way some people refer to Washington as “D.C.”) is a long way from Baja, and riding is an entirely different sport.  This is a beautiful and cosmopolitan place and we enjoy recreational riding and driving in and around the city – but not so much for commuting.  If you really need to be somewhere the traffic, as in any thriving global city, is daunting. But a cruise to a fantastic dinner or club downtown or to view roads and sites steeped in history and breath taking vistas can be memorable on a bucket-list scale.

In a suburb of Mexico City is a fantastic cafe / custom culture shop called Concept Racer.  Started by Miguel Lerdo and his partner ex-enduro racer Sydney Lewis in 2014, Concept Racer is a custom bike builder and high-end retail shop.  Here are our five (you knew we were going to work the “cinco” into this story, didn’t you?) favorite builds:

mex-port1 mex-port2 mex-port8 mex-port9 mex-port11

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