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Thursday, February 24, 2011

Baja Charity Bicycle Ride in the Lap of Luxury

San Felipe, Baja California - The Baja Love Ride promises to be an event that will not only bring the community together, but benefit those facets of society that need help the most, the children of Baja. Organizers, participants and those who will be cheering them on all know the first annual “ride for a cause” will make the lives of Baja children better through their hard work. However, it all doesn’t have to be all work and no play. Those who join the ride or help out are bound to see that charitable work done against the backdrop of breathtaking Baja can end up being its own reward. Participants will find themselves treated to the generosity of the Baja people and they will also have the best of the best in the way of amenities and hospitality along every stretch of the event.

The registration fee for the entire ride is $200 which includes meals. Some of the finest, safest, and most gorgeous locations along the way are opening their doors to Baja Love Ride participants. The exquisite Rosarito Beach Hotel will offer up accommodations on March 21st for $39 plus tax for riders. This includes a safe parking garage which is available for $2 for riders and available shuttle service back to the border or San Diego airport. The Rosarito Beach Hotel is legendary and has attracted the elite and famous Hollywood power players since 1925. The original owner built an incredibly ornate mansion that overlooks the ocean. The mansion, originally built for his wife and family, now houses a luxury spa, perfect for riders getting ready and gearing up. Current owner, two time mayor, Mr. Hugo Torres, still has the famous sign above the door proclaiming “Through this door pass the most beautiful women in the world.”

Other accommodations for riders include the Estero Beach Resort. This 4 star oceanfront resort has acres of private sandy beaches, perfect for relaxing after a day of riding for charity, plus pools, spa and restaurants.  There are plenty of outdoor sports opportunities for those who still feel full of adrenaline. The resort will be providing free tent camping and hotel rooms for only $50 plus tax per night. RV sites for riders and those cheering them on along the route are available for $25 a night plus tax. RV dry camping sites will only be $15 plus tax.

The Hacienda Ojos Negros, located in the beautiful Ojos Negros valley is offering free tent camping for participants and discounts on their many private cabanas. This resort encompasses 2900 acres of desert trails and creeks, perfect for anyone who appreciates the natural beauty of Baja.

In San Felipe, the Playa de Paraiso is a luxurious resort with 1000 feet of beachfront to explore. They will be providing free tent camping on the private beach; which is within walking distance to town. The resort will also offer a 50% discount on rooms for riders. Discounts on cabanas will also be available. At this resort, any rider will relish taking in the ocean views and taking advantage of the wide open spaces.

Taking part in the Baja Love Ride is bound to be a memorable experience for those looking to be involved in improving the lives of children and also looking to take in the beauty, serenity, hospitality and luxury Baja has to offer every step of the way. Helping others and pampering your senses at the same time is what the Baja Love Ride can give to riders, spectators and volunteers all along the route.

For additional information on any of these fine resorts accommodating the Baja Love Ride, please visit their websites:

Rosarito Beach Hotel
Mexico Tel: (661) 612-1111|
US Toll Free: 866 ROSARITO  (767-2748)

Hotel / Resort Estero Beach
Mexico Tel: 646 176-6225
US Tell: 011 52 (646) 176-6230      

Hacienda Ojos Negros
Mexico Tel:  686 568 1005
Toll Free: 1 866 973 7361

Playa del Pariaso
Mexico Tel. 011 52 (686) 577 0822
US Toll Free: 1-888-MIPLAYA (647-5292)

Media Contact:
John Pack
Baja: 686-230-9933 in Baja
US Toll Free: 877-LUVMEX1

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