Tim Carley on the Hurricane Rim Loop

Hurricane Rim IMBA Epic Loop

Day 5 on our Utah mountain bike trip:  We spent the night in Washington, just west of Hurricane (pronounced her-i-kin). I woke up early and cooked breakfast for the whole house.  This isn’t important for the story.  I’m just bragging about how awesomely helpful I am. (Ken did a great job cooking pancakes.  Thanks for stepping…

Moab: Klondike Bluffs

Moab, Utah – Day 4:   The rental house was bustling early.  We had to pack up because we were moving on to Hurricane (pronounced her-i-kin), Utah to check out the trails there. The plan was to stop at Klondike Bluffs, which is north of Moab, on our way out of town.  What I like…

James Knott on HyMasa trail.

Moab: Captain Ahab, HyMasa & Rockstacker

It’s day 3 on our trip to Moab, Utah and we were headed to ride the HyMasa Trail and Captain Ahab.  These trails are located southwest of town and start in a valley that follows the Colorado River.  Today there would be no shuttle to the top of the mountain, we had to use our legs…

Moab: The Whole Enchilada

Day 2 of our trip to Moab:  The itinerary called for “The Whole Enchilada,” which is a series of trails that starts high in the La Sal Mountains.  It is an epic adventure that requires you to shuttle your vehicles or hire a commercial shuttle service.  It peaks at 11,200 feet and descends 7000 feet…

Moab: Slickrock and Pipe Dream

I’m currently in Moab with a bunch of guys from Combo, the Central Ohio Mountain Bike Organization.  We have 14 dirty mountain bikers crammed into a rental house about 9 miles outside of town and are planning on riding epic trails in Utah for 6 days straight. Slickrock On day one, we started with one of…