Commemorative map celebrates 50 years of Baja

Commemorative map celebrates 50 years of Baja

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Commemorative map celebrates 50 years of Baja

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For 50 years a select group of adventure seekers has spent the month of November studying maps of the mystic Baja Peninsula. Their dreams manifest themselves through a journey filled with dust, cactus thorns, amazing vistas and horsepower.

For each of them the dream ends at the bottom of a map. Hang a representation of your Baja dream in your office, put it on the wall in the garage or throw it on the dashboard of your pre-runner.

The 50th anniversary commemorative Baja map is handmade, printed on archival canvas with high quality oiled leather trim measuring 20-by-60 inches. It showcases the 1967 route used in the first 1,000 mile off-road race in Baja as a red line down the peninsula, and this year’s 50th anniversary route in blue.

Click on the image below for a larger representation.

Features include:

  • Printed on museum quality canvas using lightfast inks
  • Leather hem, hand sewn
  • Edition number stamped on leather flap
  • Leather aged and oiled by hand
  • Collectors’ item
  • U.S. shipping – Ground shipping within the USA is free.

As Gilbert Grosvenor, the first full-time editor of National Geographic, once said: “A map is the greatest of all epic poems. It’s lines and colors show the realizations of great dreams.”

Do you have your map?

Pre-order now, shipping November 20th 2017. Only 1,000 numbered limited-edition copies available!

PRICE: $295.00

Ships in a 24-inch tube.

For more information or to purchase your map, click here.

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