Your best Moab moto pics

Discussion in 'Photos' started by 1stworks, Nov 15, 2006.

  1. Lost Rider

    Lost Rider Roadie

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    We greatly enjoyed our time traveling through Moab, sadly this time around it was only for a brief few days at the end of a long journey... there is much unfinished business to be had there.
    It is like a time machine to look at and relive these times, as dave so brilliantly demonstrated with the wonderful images above.
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  2. Mike M

    Mike M On the Left Coast...

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  3. Bill-66

    Bill-66 Hencho in Kansas

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  4. Clydascope

    Clydascope What's Inyo Belly?

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    haven't ridden in moab yet, but played another game years ago on castleton tower...

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  5. Lost Rider

    Lost Rider Roadie

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    Awesome!
    What a vantage point. :clap
  6. dave6253

    dave6253 aka. dave62538675309

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    Clydascope,

    Seeing those old photos of Moab is pretty cool. I'll bet it wasn't as crowded back then.

    I don't mind riding a motorcycle near the edge, but like most sane people, I would NOT try that climbing stuff. That's hardcore.



    Lost Rider,

    Your photographs are always inspiring!
  7. Clydascope

    Clydascope What's Inyo Belly?

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    The vertical playground is familiar place for me, and Utah is one of the finest locations in the world for it.

    Been from the Fisher Towers to Taylor Canyon, Arches to Mexican Hat.

    Ever since driving the White Rim Trail 25 years ago I've wanted to ride it, really need to get back there on two wheels.


    Charley Fowler & Eric Bjornstad on the first ascent of Zenyatta Entrada, Arches 1986
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    the full view - note the white spec up high...
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  8. RedRocker

    RedRocker Native Texican

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    Hey folks, there is a proposition on the table to flood Long canyon/Pucker pass for power generation. If you hike, Jeep, climb or just love that canyon you might want to voice your opinion.
    http://www.ferc.gov/docs-filing/ecomment.asp got "documents and filings" pull menu down and you will see "e-comments". Write em up in WORD or something and then copy and paste.

    Go to www.ferc.gov select e-library in the "Documents and Filings" drop down menu and enter project number p-14354.

    You have till May 22.

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  9. Lost Rider

    Lost Rider Roadie

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    Clean renewable power?
    Sounds great.
    Flood it, I'll find somewhere else to enjoy my outdoor activities. :deal

    In order to evolve and stop using fossil fuels we all have to make some sort of sacrifice, there's plenty of other land to play on.




    More Moab photos....

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  10. fuggy

    fuggy Canyon Explorer

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    Earth First man! And stop repeating photo we've already seen. Your wasting valuable webspace....:lol3
  11. Lost Rider

    Lost Rider Roadie

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  12. jjustj

    jjustj cum petris et choris

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    and one of my favorites!!!!

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  13. B-Rod

    B-Rod RubberNecker

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    Pretty cliché picture from Top of the World, but it's just so beautiful up there.

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    Dead Cow Wash aka The Luge aka The Tubes.

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    Noobs learning to fly. I hit this by accident, and flew pretty far, so we had to try it again.

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  14. Jwaki84

    Jwaki84 Adventurer

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    I'm headed to Moab with a brother the first week of Sept, what are the must do/see rides if we only have 4 days? (riding from Denver on Triumph 800 xc and a KLR with intermediate off road skills)
  15. Lost Rider

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    Look Here:

    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=781531



    Search here:
    http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=site:advrider.com,+moab&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8


    Or ask in here since this is the Moab photo thread for sharing Moab photos, have fun and post up photos when you get back. :D

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  16. OLEARY

    OLEARY Enlightened Voyager

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    Here is a photo of Musslemans Arch in 2010.

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    The real reason for my post is I am heading out to Moab the week of Memorial Day and I was curious if anyone has ridden the Chicken Corners via Kane Creek Rd and Lockhart Basin Rd to Hwy 211 and then up to Needles Overlook. Here is the route.

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    I would be interested in what that route is like if anyone has ridden it. Let me know. Thanks in advance. :norton
  17. crazyjeeper

    crazyjeeper Been here awhile

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    I like to call this one 'Naptime'

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  18. Qwik

    Qwik Adrenaline Addict

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  19. WU7X

    WU7X The Old Fart

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    I did Lockard Basin from south to north in a Tacoma back in '07. I wasn't riding yet back then. You'll find spots with deep sand, lots of slick rock (great for riding on) and will have an incredible time. The worst spot is a place called the Ravine. Oh, you'll be doing a lot of stair stepping but it will be all downhill if you go S to N. Have fun and take lots of pics!
  20. DC Chad

    DC Chad Been here awhile

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    :eek1:eek1Wow you guys are living the dream , such an amazing place , and some really fantastic photos:clap

    the closest i get to anything like that over here is playing in the kids sand pit on a hot day:lol3