David Greenberg reports in after a recent trip to southern Utah. And sent us some more awesome photos that remind us it that wherever he is riding is less muddy than either Oregon or Belgium. Damn you rain!
So at the end of last week, to my great surprise, I found out I had Monday off due to MLK day. Sweet.
Courtney had to work all weekend/Monday and cut me loose to “do what I want.” Double sweet.
As it turns out, St.George, in Southern Utah, was predicting 60+ degree sunny days and newly dried trails. Triple sweet.
Did back-to-back 3 hour rides covering Barrel trail, Bearclaw Poppy, Church Rocks, Dino Cliffs, Prospector and several connecting dirt roads.
The riding conditions were excellent, trails were dry and the sun was throwing down the Vit.D.
Some of the rocky technical stuff had me and the Rev on the ropes, but once I turned him loose on the flowie-flow, he got to preachin’. It was fine, real fine.
Great trails. Will definitely head back later in the spring. Wasn’t able to ride around Hurricane, those trails hadn’t dried out yet.
Attached are a few shots from the weekend.
Hope everyone is surviving the winter.