Moab is the base for exploring Canyonlands and Arches National Parks and so is full of places to stay for tourists, bikers (both motorised and pedal-powered), “jeepers” and “ATVers”. All good really.
Perhaps a little less extreme than we had anticipated:
Maz reckoned the world famous Slickrock trail wasn’t as good as the routes at Kielder:
So they named this trail after the infamous McMoab of Seven Staines fame:
The Porcupine Rim is a downhill extravaganza of over 1000 metres vertical descent along a gnarly ridge line. So good I've done it twice and tomorrow I'm going to do it again:
The sweet singletrack on the upper section:
With no pads, and even less of an idea, I was taking it easier than usual. Maz's poor camera skills meant I had to do this three times.
The Sovereign Trail system. Designed by motorcyclists. They aren't too sharp when it comes to maps, so they painted a line on the rock so nobody could get lost.