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    AZT GC to Utah

    I rode the AZT from the Grand Canyon to Utah last weekend with AZT expeditions. Highly recommend it! Great trail, great scenery. And so nice to have a support vehicle move all your camping equipment each night.



    https://youtu.be/RlUF5zGKORU

    https://youtu.be/c2OWgEU3eRM

    https://youtu.be/YMLGRQutWys






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    I agree; thats a nice way to fly---but I'll stick with self-supported bike packing. Being able to stop where you want to stop; bike with whomever you want to bike with; and the satisfaction of doing it yourself....... Try it; it might just grow on ya.
    And then come 'up' to BC and do the BC1000. Thanks for sharing the nice pics.
    Cheers. TS

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    Looks awesome!!!

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    I may not be very fast...but I sure am slow!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Transition Senior View Post
    I agree; thats a nice way to fly---but I'll stick with self-supported bike packing. Being able to stop where you want to stop; bike with whomever you want to bike with; and the satisfaction of doing it yourself....... Try it; it might just grow on ya.
    And then come 'up' to BC and do the BC1000. Thanks for sharing the nice pics.
    Cheers. TS
    No thank you. I liked my cold beer and steak , and light pack. I was also worried about who would be on the trip, but everyone who wanted to be in the middle of nowhere on mountain bikes was pretty chill. Also since the trip is “supported” and not “guided”. You rode at your own pace with whomever you wanted.

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    Sounds and looks like a great trip, Bones2.

    Beautiful pics! Love the fall colors. Need to get out that way.

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    If I was going to overnight on a bike, which in all disclosure is prob never happening. Supported would be only way2 go. I'm too soft to bike pack. The whole ride dynamic with packs is very off putting.

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