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Old 03-15-2011, 02:18 PM   #1
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Hi community.

Im very glad to be here. I have traveled almost all South America working on a australian motorcycle tour company and some costumers told me about this forum.... so here I am.

Now I have my own; so are you thinking about riding Colombia, SA???

Well, I would like to introduce you my motorcycle tour company in Colombia: Colombia Moto Tours

For now, I have a complete 15 day, 1980mi (3300km) tour that goes through the highlights of this country. My tours includes everything: bikes, accomodation, tour leader, meals, city tours, fuel....... almost everything to make it as easy as getting the ticket to Colombia and that´s it

There´s also a lot of smaller tours and 3 day expeditions coming soon.

Please take a look at my web site, Ill be glad to hear from you and have the chance to show you my beautiful country

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Old 03-28-2011, 04:40 PM   #2
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Hi guys, I would like to share with you some pictures from the beautiful scenarios you will find riding in Colombia.
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Old 04-07-2011, 10:04 AM   #3
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Hi MOTORCYCLE.COM community.

Im pleased to inform you that we have now BMW Motorcycles for our clients. You can choose between a GS1200Adv and a F650GS.
Also we count with our preferred Yamaha TDM 900 and Suzuki Vstrom 650 DL.

Additionally, we have new 3-4 day expeditions in Colombia.

Colonial Journey.
Ride back in time to the most beautiful colonial towns of center Colombia.
This is a 3 day tour consisting of 770km (462ml) through colombian history and handicrafts.
From Bogotá we ride through twisted fast roads to Raquira and Villa de Leyva, where handcrafts and architecture will make our day.
Then we go to Barichara, a lovely little town from the 18th century perfect for a calm walk through its cobblestone streets and narrow alleys.
At the end we come back to Bogotá through Boyacá with its wondelful scenery and history.

Coffee Triangle.
Experience Colombia´s aroma riding to the Coffee Triangle by some of the best landscapes of this country.
This is a 3 day tour through 734km (440ml) that takes you from Bogotá to the heart of the Coffee Triangle.
You will be riding on beautiful roads surrounded by coffee and plantain plantations.
After the ride, take an active role in the whole coffee process and then, let Parque Nacional del Café overwhelm you.
At the end we head back to Bogotá completing a circuit you will never forget.

San Agustin Achaeological Park.
From Bogotá, we head 500km (300ml) SW on a spectacular scenery with the archaeology as a side dish.
We offer 3 and 4 day tours through 1070km (642ml) where archaeology and surrounding scenery are the highlights.
San Agustin is famous for its five thousand year old life-sized statues, located in the middle of green hills.
You will have the opportunity to walk arround the archaeological park and also have a horseback ride by the surroundings. In the 4 day tour, we have a 4x4 tour by the natural attractions arround San Agustin, this takes up to 7 hours.
On the last day, we ride back to Bogotá by the same spectacular road.

Colombian Plains.
As we head east away from Bogotá, the jagged, mountainous terrain suddenly drops and flattens out.
At this point, an endless sea of green grasslands is revealed.
Sometimes called the Serengueti of South America, Los Llanos is teeming with wild life; with more than 100 species of mammals and more than 700 species of birds.

Please contact us for detailed information and dates for our tours.

Colombia Moto Tours
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Old 04-07-2011, 10:13 AM   #4
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Speaking of Columbia, did you know that:

Bernice, Bernie, Bernie's,flakes, Bernie's gold dust, Big bloke, Big C, Big flake, Big,rush, Billie hoke, Birdie,powder, Blizzard, Blow, Blowcaine, Bolivian marching powder, Bouncing powder, Burnese, C-dust, C-game, Cabello, Caine, California cornflakes, Came, Carnie, Carrie, Carrie Nation, Cecil, Charlie, Chippy, Cholly, Coca, Coconut, Coke, Cola, Coolie, Corrinne, Cotton brothers, Crack, Dama blanca, Double bubble, Dream, Duct, Flake, Flamethrowers, Florida snow, Foo-foo dust, Friskie powder, G-rock, Gaffel, Gift-of-the-sun, Gin, Girl, Girlfriend, Glad stuff, Gold dust, Happy dust, Happy powder, Happy trails, Haven dust, Henry VIII, Her, Inca message, King's habit, Lace, Lady, Lady caine, Lady snow, Line, Love affair, Mama coca,, Merk, Mosquitos, Movie star drug, Nose candy, Nose Nachos, Nose stuff, Nose powder, Paradise, Paradise,white, Pearl, Perico, Peruvian, Peruvian flake, Peruvian lady, Pimp, Polvo blanco, Powder diamonds, Press, Racehorse charlie,, Roxanne, Schmeck, Schoolboy Scorpion, Scottie, Serpico,21, Sevenup She, Snowball, Snow bird, Snowcones, Snow seals, Snow white, Society high, Star-spangled powder, Teeth, Toot, Tutti-frutti, Whiz,bang, Yeyo, and Zip

are all names for cocaine, as listed by the Office of National Drug Control Policy? Pretty interesting, huh? My favorite names are Nose Nachos and Bolivan Marching Powder.
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Old 04-07-2011, 04:21 PM   #5
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Nose Nachos?? Now there's a picture for ya.
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Old 04-14-2011, 08:57 AM   #6
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Dear members.
It is a shame that I post about my motorcycle tour company with the enthusiams to show you my country, one of the most beautiful ones in the world. And I receive this kind of replyes..... you should state an opinion based on experiences rather than what media put in your mind.

This really bothers me.

Yeah, we produce SOME of the best cocain in the world. But who are the consumers? who are the addicts?
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Old 04-14-2011, 09:44 AM   #7
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Wah wah wah.

You're pimping your business for free here. That's the ONLY reason you're on the site; not to make friends, not to add to the motorcycle related articles or discussions, not even to have a laugh. So if your post draws a joke or two, you should be grateful for the visibility they give it.

Now, about the cocaine: Columbia only produces SOME of the world's best cocaine? I'm certainly no expert, but I thought yours was the best. One of the slang names is "Peruvian Marching Powder," do they have a better product than Columbia?

About the consumers and addicts: that would be Charlie Sheen. He's single-nostrilly consuming well over 90% of your total national production. The rest is going to CIA labs to make crack for the ghettos.
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Its.......A FACT!
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Old 04-29-2011, 10:19 AM   #8
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Hi guys.

For our expeditions, we offer Suzuki Vstrom 650DL, Yamaha TDM900, BMW F650GS and BMW GS1200Adv.

Check our web site or contact us for further information.

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