Central America and Mexico are great for cycling as the scenery is fantastic, the people are very friendly, and there is not too much traffic if you pick your routes carefully and avoid the captal cities. There are plenty of places to stay, and even cycle repair shops in many towns. The dry season is generally in our winter - the best time to go.
Starting at Creel in the Mexican state of Chihuahua, Clive Parker cycled alone through desert and mountains to Guadalajara, then across to the Pacific Coast. He followed the coast - with a few detours inland - down to Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and finally finishing in Panama in April 2006.
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