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Washington Winter Trip to Moab/Southern Utah

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That was a great trip Ben, sorry you had to miss the best stuff at the end. Going back in Sept / oct.

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Some real beautiful terrain over there. Looks like it was a blast. I'd love to do something like that. I'm on a Honda though, not a Husky.

With special permission you can still ride that there :banana:

the riding is quite different than here in the NW. Pretty cool stuff. Well worth checking out.

no real trail just...

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there is alot of really good trail there, i hear most of it is covered with snow right now. how did your tires hold up on that slickrock stuff kelly?

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how did your tires hold up on that slickrock stuff kelly?

Like you said, ground them down fast. that stuff is brutal on tires.

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Ah, Moab is great! Heading down there late may for an all nissan wheeling trip, still thinking I might take my bike.

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Very cool! Thanks for posting guys!

I took my son there years ago with mountain bikes.

I think I'd opt for a trials on the rear there maybe even on the front.

Hope to make it back someday.

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That was a great trip Ben, sorry you had to miss the best stuff at the end. Going back in Sept / oct.

i would not mind going there i sept, keep me in mind.

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i would not mind going there i sept, keep me in mind.

fur sure

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