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    A little Moab Stoke

    A week ago a few of us made the pilgrimage to moab . It was my first time making it there so I didn't know what to expect so I took the big bike...IMO big mistake lol with as many big 20+ mile rides we did I would have loved to have like to pedal a lot less weight around . Anyways in our time we did as much of the whole enchilada as we could which was from kokopelli down ..rode slickrock trail...did Amasaback to pothole arch to rockstacker back to amasa to the new captain ahab ...and a few other loops/trails I can't remember. We left a couple big rides so that when fall hits we can have something to look forward to riding when we return .

    Here is part one of our kokopelli and down run . This vid covers koko to the beginning of LPS Enjoy

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    Hey; nice vid. thanks for posting it.
    I'm planning a month trip in the rv to Moab/Fruita/Gooseberry/Sedona in November; then back to AJ for the 'winter'. Want to link up? I'm trying to get TD to join me but I think he may be getting toooo old!
    I'll be taking the Transition Bandit 29; and also my Covert 26. Its been 3 yrs since I've been In Moab so looking fwd to it.
    cheers from BC
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    Great stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by clockwork View Post
    ...It was my first time making it there so I didn't know what to expect so I took the big bike...IMO big mistake lol...
    But didn't that Big Bike come in handy when you rolled 'Upper Body Bag - aka The Notch'?

    GS on the vid!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TransitionSenior View Post
    Hey; nice vid. thanks for posting it.
    I'm planning a month trip in the rv to Moab/Fruita/Gooseberry/Sedona in November; then back to AJ for the 'winter'. Want to link up? I'm trying to get TD to join me but I think he may be getting toooo old!
    I'll be taking the Transition Bandit 29; and also my Covert 26. Its been 3 yrs since I've been In Moab so looking fwd to it.
    cheers from BC
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    Holy cow a month! You will get to sample all the goods more than once. Not sure when our fall trip will be but if its around that time I will let you know as the time gets closer .
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    Quote Originally Posted by WM-Rider View Post
    Great stuff!
    Thanks

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    But didn't that Big Bike come in handy when you rolled 'Upper Body Bag - aka The Notch'?

    GS on the vid!
    Thanks . ...on a couple hours of sleep from the overnight drive I was a bit intimidated with that final right 90 at the bottom . I will leave that sucker till next time . Being the first day I didn't want to get stabbed that day by the tree/s and branches just down where one would go OTB .
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    At first I was like 7 minutes of go pro footage? This is going to suck! But.......it was actually really fun to watch, nice work on the edit and not over doing clips. It might be one of the best Enchilada vids I have seen yet.

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    Thanks man! Video gets me stoked that I am going back in the fall and I will do it fully rested and fueled from the very top.Such a fun ride with lots of killer views. Now the pedal back into town at the end is a big buzz kill tho lol. But at least the colorado is right there so something to look at while you crank some road miles
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    I like the music too, it works really well with the edit.

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    Thats where an xtra shuttle car comes in handy; spot it at the parking lot on the river.

    Still hoping for TD to come; keep in touch.
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    Part 2 for your enjoyment .More to come but going thru hrs of video is daunting .
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    Here is part 3 for your enjoyment . Part 4 is also almost done and that is LPS portion

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    Okay here it is the final video from that ride the lower porcupine singletrack portion down to the colorado river.

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    Great stuff!

    So... how many miles and how long did it take?
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    Thanks for all these videos. Really helps confirm that I want to be there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by titusbro View Post
    Great stuff!

    So... how many miles and how long did it take?
    Thanks . I think it was 20+ and we took 4+hrs with all the playing and some resting as we drove thru the night to get to our shuttle on time .
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    thanks it truly was a great ride.
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    Good Stuff.....

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    Nice stoke that goes great with a cold one
    San Diego needs singletrack

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