You won't regret that...the only thing I regret is not getting back sooner since my last visit in 2015...but I had so many great adventures with Borneo, Montezuma, Effanflood, and others I can't complain too much...I have decided that I am in for the next Moab trip regardless of how I have to get there or what I have to rent/ride. You only live once and 2020 is a good reminder for many many reasons and losses.
WRT is ridden by someone in our TW group almost every year. Not everyone rides it though. Unless it has changed, you need a free permit. There is plenty of information with details I cannot remember. All I can say is I obtained the permit on my iPhone and took a screenshot of the permit. I believe this is permissible. You can also obtain a permit from Canyonlands NP (Island in the Sky for instance). Views are awesome and is a long day ride (at the recommended posted speed limit wink wink). Watch out for mountain bike tours.Reading up on MOAB here, ADVrider, etc.....the White Rim Trail seems to be the most talked about "Need to ride". I just stumbled upon the Top of the World Trail on Google.....surprised I hadn't heard anything of it 'til now.
Questions for you that have ridden MOAB. I do realize MOAB is a vast amount of square miles of riding. Does your meet-up trips there include riding White Rim Trail, or the Top of the World Trail?
Crying makes it that much funnier! Besides, you’re in good company. I think the TW200 carries the most new riders out of any other bike on the market. Also, I‘m a, basically, completely new rider and have fallen down plenty of times learning to ride on dirt so... yeah, in good company!As a new dirt rider/long time street rider, this Moab thing looks and sounds scary to me. I don't mind being laughed at, but I don't want to be laughed at while I am crying.
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It was, but Covid got in the way.Agreed. Am I reading the first post correctly? Current date is Dates: 20-26 April, 2020?