After Porcupine Rim, it was time for gelato and showers. I recommend the gelato at the Moab Brewery. Then it was time to pick up the rental motorcycle. I opted for a 450 KTM the first day because we planned to do White Rim Trail and wanted to simplify the gas business. Picking the bike up in the evening, we had time for a quick ride before dinner. So it was off to Slickrock Trail for a shakedown. It's a good thing we did the shakedown because this bike needed countershaft seal service, kinda like the penguin in the desert. There was still some residual jeep mayhem on the Sandy Flats Road. Jim of Dual Sport Utah got the seal replaced lickety split while simultaneously disrespecting Suzuki trail bikes. Then it was back to the cabin for some grub. Two rides in one day. One half of our hosting team got it going at the crack of dawn on Easter Sunday with a little bit of The Gospel Truth shipped in fresh from Spindale. It was all I could do to keep up this morning. That 450 is a sweet bike, but not very enjoyable above 40 mph. No one said that this would be easy. However, once we got to the White Rim Trail proper all was forgiven. Also, the Kenda 270 is a great tire for this area. We rode. We stopped. We rode. We stopped.