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Moab - November 30, 2014, 09:29 PM

If you ever have the chance to go to Moab, go to Moab. Got a couple days riding in over Thanksgiving and will definitely be back before summer.

Day One - Hell's Revenge>Slick Rock>Hell's Revenge>Fins & Things>Porcupine Rim

Day Two - Poison Spider Mesa>Golden Spike>Gold Bar Rim>Gemini Bridges>Dome Plateau























































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November 30, 2014, 10:02 PM

Awesome. Looks like a ton of fun.


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November 30, 2014, 10:34 PM

It is definitely on my list for 2015 along with Virgin Utah. Hoping to hit both on my T.A.T trip.
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December 1, 2014, 09:56 AM

Quick steel - Did yo fall over and break a case or a radiator? I'd guess an engine case.

I typically bring Alumiseal in case I put a hole in a radiator. We did that on a friend's bike in CO a few years ago. The replacement radiator would take 3 days. Car parts store guy suggested Alumiseal. It worked so well my buddy waited until he got back home to put on new radiator. Oh yeah, bring alcohol wipes to clear the cases for a better seal. (No, I haven't thought this one out.)


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Yup, case. It didn't look bad at all, he just stalled getting up a ledge and tipped over but it punched a nice hole in the case. Quick steel worked well though; no issues with the repair.
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Yup, case. It didn't look bad at all, he just stalled getting up a ledge and tipped over but it punched a nice hole in the case. Quick steel worked well though; no issues with the repair.
Time for a nice billet cover?


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dk, I keep telling him that he should just replace the whole thing with something orange, but he hasn't been listening
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Looks like fun. Thanks for the pics.


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