Five us rode around Moab over the last weekend. Rob S. came along for the trip to Moab but didn't ride with us. He's become our official photographer and he's been the support truck crew on rides where we've needed that. I don't know if he's in any of these pictures since he took them all in camp, and the rest of us only took pictures when we're out on the trail. We're all currently from Cache Valley Utah. The new rider with our group was Todd, the owner of Motorsports Unleashed in Hyde Park, Utah (edited to add a link to his website). He let us use his trailer which was awesome, and we showed our appreciation by punching a hole in it's wall. (Note to self: next time we secure a bike we should securely secure it.) If you're going to Moab soon here's information you'll want to know. A. If you're planning on doing the White Rim Trail you've probably researched it and found that it is officially being reopened on Tuesday, the 29th of March. That will be awesome if that happens, but the park rangers who kicked Todd off the White Rim Trail for not having a street legal bike said that the cement they are using takes many days to set up, and people keep busting through the barrier and ruining it. Because of that the park ranger expressed some doubt that it would actually be opened on that day. So if you're plan is to go and ride the WRT after the 29th, be prepared with a plan "b" just in case. B. You'll get kicked off the WRT if you don't have a street-legal bike. They are there and they are checking. They fined Todd $75!