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Where the Road Ends – Mexico Update

Here the most recent update from Wayne Mitchell himself:

Here's the story behind our swank accommodations in Troncones, Mexico this past week.

Posted by Where The Road Ends – A Motorcycle Documentary on Tuesday, December 19, 2017

For those of you who are just joining us, we are sponsoring a team of 4 U.S. military veterans that are currently in the middle of their 4 month adventure of riding motorcycles from the Arctic-Circle to the tip of South America. They are currently making their way down the Mexican Coast. So far they have literally ran into every problem they could (good and not so good): 3 flat tires, an accident, subzero temperatures, heat, saved a baby cow, rode over the Golden Gate Bridge, met some fans/followers, etc.

The team is on track to cross the infamous Darien Gap on time during dry season.

For weekly updates stay tuned to our Facebook page and www.goqcrew.com. If you would like more information on the documentary, visit http://www.wheretheroadendsmoto.com.

Rider BIO in video:

WAYNE MITCHELL

Retired Oregon Army National Guard Major

Operations / Rider

BORN AND RAISED IN ALASKA, Wayne grew up in the professional hunting guide business. In 1994 he, enlisted in the U.S. Army where he served alongside Mike Eastham in the 207th Infantry Group Long Range Surveillance detachment as an airborne infantryman and senior scout. After commissioning as an engineer officer in 2000, Wayne went on to serve as a U.S. Army advisor and trainer in Mongolia and Taiwan. He has a degree in Anthropology from the University of Alaska, is a graduate of the Basic Military Mountaineering Course, U.S. Army Engineer course, and is an advanced emergency medical technician. Wayne currently works as a park ranger for the Department of Interior.

 

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