So excited to present the latest Two Wheeled Nomad installment of a month-long trip we made on the Baja Peninsula. It’s depicts why we live to travel by motorcycle as much as anything else, includes a handful of firsts for us and some experiences that will stay with me until the end. So put the kettle on, put feet and the volume up, and lose yourself for 15 minutes. The film was also aired on a national television show in the United States called ‘Right this minute‘, which was a nice surprise when they approached us.

Many thanks – Jason Spafford.


Watch it here!

An overland journey of two people, travelling by motorcycle, riding over dust and dirt, serpentine sand and loose gravel. Embracing the fellowship of the road, the magic of people and the mysterious. Home is where the side stands are kicked down in a story that’s forever unfolding…

Background to film
Have you ever taken a journey and at the end of that journey, you experienced something that changed the way you see the world? That challenged your beliefs and set your life on a new path–and made you appreciate the small things. Reminding you what is important in life, the importance of life and all life. What is is to be truly happy. This is that journey for Lisa and Jason.

Equipment used
– DJI Phantom Professional drone
– Sony A7Rii camera
– Sony 70-200mm F4 lens
– Sony 16-35mm F4 lens
– GoPro Hero 3+ Black

More films we’ve produced here.

10 thoughts on “Latest film: Biking the Baja – In Pursuit of Whales

  1. Stunning movie. Great editing and music. The whales were fantastic to watch. The views from above using the drone were amazing; so too were the underwater shots. Really enjoyed watching it.


  2. Thanks for sharing your adventure with us. Often times reading a story online doesn’t capture just how amazing the scenery is. The videos are incredible – I love the drone shots! Really get a cool perspective with the drone. Your videos helped me to pass the time during chemo infusion…I’m looking forward to getting out adventuring soon.



  3. Really top notch! I just discovered your films and blog through Adventure TV. As said above, thank you for sharing your adventure. It makes the work-a-day job a little more bearable.


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