Andy-THUMB-Grider-Baja-Rally-10-14-13ERENDIRA, BAJA CA, MEXICO – The Inaugural BAJA RALLY de MOTOS Presented By KLIM ended Sunday in San Quintin on the sand dunes of the Santa Maria Hotel and has been deemed a full success with all riders accounted for and safe. Baja Champion and 5 time DAKAR entrant Andy Grider (#36) owns the title for the first ever navigation based rally raid staged in BAJA, Calif., with Cameron Steele and Chilly White rounding out the podium.

Quinn Cody (#39) enjoyed a comfortable lead from the first mile of the rally until his engine blew up only 10 miles from the finish line. Andy Grider crossed the finish line and waited for Cameron Steele, Ned Suesse and Nino Rojas to finish. After reviewing rider data, Grider, who ran all of stage 3 without the essential odometer, was deemed the champion over rally rookies Cameron Steele and Chilly White. Grider beat Steele by a mere 6 seconds after a 30 minute penalty Grider suffered for not navigating into a dune section near Costa Brava.

Baja-Rally-8-28-13ERENDIRA, BAJA CA, MEXICO – Bajarallymoto.com has announced that PCI Radio has teamed up to support the radio communications for the Inaugural BAJA RALLY this October 4-6 in Northern Baja, California.

“Were definitely going to support the bike guys”, explained PCI’s Scott Steinberger, “This is a brand new event for Baja and something PCI wants to be part of.”

Signal Hill CA based PCI Radio has long been the mainstay for communications in the off road industry with over 25 years of leadership backed by handfuls of class championships and 5 BAJA 1000 wins. PCI will provide radio equipment and expert service to the BAJA RALLY official team. While participant riders are not permitted to use radio communications, rally officials will depend on PCI’s proven systems to secure the stage routes and implement safety measures.