Even the magical town of Rosario received “bikers” with a regional ride


Dozens of motorcyclists first arrived at the beaches of Caimanero, where they were offered breakfast to later discover the beauty of the municipal seat.

Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- Sleepless and hungry, but with the willingness to live the adventure of riding in brotherhood with other motorcyclists, dozens of participants in the Mazatlan International Motorcycle Week gathered to get to know the Caimanero beaches, in El Rosario.

At an early hour part of the contingent of chopper or sports motorcycles began to arrive, and from different parts of the Republic, said Carlos Contreras, a member of the Association of Christian Motorcyclists, who was in charge of guiding the contingent to the neighboring municipality, to a coexistence organized by municipal authorities.

“That is the objective, that they get to know some of the nearby towns here in Mazatlan, which can be said to be icons of motorcyclists’ rides, many of the local motorcyclists on weekends go to the Caimanero, they go to the Picachos dam, they go to Concordia, to Quelite, and this year the two official rounds, the one for Caimanero day and the one for tomorrow, are to the Picachos dam”.

Claudia Liliana Valdez Aguilar, pointed out that this is a wonderful opportunity for visitors to Mazatlán from other entities of the Republic that did not have Rosario on their radar, to get to know him and it can be a factor in influencing them to return with their families, thus strengthening the tourist theme for this magical town that is making various efforts to increase the number of visitors.

“Well, the truth is that we are very happy because we need that tourism that comes to Mazatlan to visit us, to go and get to know it, and that the economic spill that they leave here, also takes a little there, for us it is important.”

The Caimanero beaches were the first stop, where the motorcyclists were received with a breakfast, to later leave for the municipal seat for a walk to see the different attractions that this magical town has.

To the caravan, aboard a black Harley Davidson motorcycle, Eneyda Rocha Ruiz, president of the Sinaloa DIF System, who led the contingent of motorcyclists, who was also joined by Alfonso Reséndiz Memije, director of Promotur, who highlighted the work he is doing the Ministry of Tourism in the promotion of the entity’s destinations, particularly Rosario now with this event.

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