riding a bicycle on that road into Wildo or up the hill returning from Surfers with a board would be, uh, quite interesting. I'd look for a some kind of cheap motocross type bike with a surfboard carrier.
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Thread: Means of Transpotation.......
Oct 17, 2011, 05:23 PM
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If your planning on living there get one of these:
\nAs far as I know-here in the US you don't need to register or insure one of these since its basically a bike. Its still going to be pretty funny watching you come up out of wildos lol a dirt bike would be best.
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Oct 17, 2011, 03:49 AM #1Senior Member
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Means of Transpotation.......
I know this should probably just be added to the Aguadilla post or the many other PR threads, but this is a specific question in which I realized may be the most important. I am currently moving to Aguadilla have a house and everything figured out besides transportation. I google mapped the drive/walk from my house to Wildo and Surfers Beach and as a result I got an 8 minute drive and a 1hr walk! I really dont mind an hour walk but it will get old fast! So far I have no means of transportation and little money. Am I just worrying too much? Should I just go down there and figure it out there? or should I be more prepared? I was thinking maybe just buying a bicycle or mo-ped type means of transportation, but not too sure how that will fair with the hilly/windy roads (not to mention the PR drivers).
Any advice will help. Thanks guys! Cheers!