Moab - Sept 27 - Oct 7, 2007. Let's do it again!

Buck

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Riding into Bull Canyon. Sand was nice and sticky after a night of rain.
 

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halo

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We think it may just be a linkage. I haven't had time to pull the cover off yet.
 

ktmken

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00Buck wrote:
Lots of good riding around Moab for 650 and bigger machines


I am interested in taking the 950 down to Moab in the spring (I only have one bike so there is no smaller one). You say that there are lots of good riding areas for the bigger bikes. I want to try White Rim Trail. Are there any other ones that you would suggest for the 950.
Thanks, KTMKen
 

Kiwi

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There are thousands of miles of roads, paved and dirt suitable for big bikes. I did big daylong loops on my DR650. A combination of Jeep trails and twisty pavement. I did part of the White Rim Trail and plan to do it all next time. It encircles the Island in the Sky Mesa in and around Canyonlands National Park following parts of the Colorado and Green Rivers...spectacular! Others are Gemini Bridges, Potash Rd, Hurrah Pass Trail, Chicken Corners Trail, the La Salle Mountain Loop and much more.



http://www.discovermoab.com/motorcycles.htm

http://www.discovermoab.com/fourwheel.htm

http://www.discovermoab.com/canyonlandsnationalpark.htm
 

blocker

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Lorne, I can't believe that you camped in the same spot as last year. Sounds and looks like you and your son had a great time. Thanks for the pictures and info for us all to share.
 
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