This report is more like a diary for me to enjoy in the future. I’m using the same format as my NMBDR trip. I hope you find it entertaining and informative. Who Went Two of us went and had a good harmony in both stopping for points of interest, riding pace, riding ability and start/stop times during the day. Here’s a Google Photos (nearly 400 pics) link for the trip. Tim and I like to take photos with our iPhone (7 & 8 Plus)’s and point-and-shoot cameras (Canon PowerShot ELPH 350HS and CoolPix S9900). I’ll insert some of the pics throughout this trip report. We traveled with various communication devices. I used a DeLorme InReach SE and it continues to work great. Tim had a couple of Spots and a sat phone. We camped off the bike for 5 of 6 nights and spent one night in a motel at the mid-point of the trip right across the Montana border in Red Lodge. We camped in National Forest/BLM campgrounds which were selected by me if they had water, picnic table, bear boxes, fire pits and toilets. We typically ate at least one meal in a restaurant every day but carried cooking gear/meals too. Time-frame and Route I live in Scottsdale, AZ and drove to/from Edwards which is 700 miles and takes about 11 hours. The idea of the trip was to spend a week riding as much off-road in Wyoming by going up the center of the state and loop around counter-clockwise to the western part of the state. We started and ended the trip at Tim’s place in Edwards, CO (~100 miles south of WY border). The entire trip was 1,750 miles taking 7 days/6 nights. Here’s a pic of the setup. Tim rode a KTM 1190 with Mosko bags. The ride started on Sunday and ended on Saturday (late!!!). I arrived on Friday and enjoyed Tim and Sharon’s hospitality until we shoved off on Sunday. I planned the entire route out using suggestions from inmates, tracks from other rides I found on AdvRider, a couple of books (8,000 Miles of Dirt/Dan Lewis and Wyoming Road Trip By The Mile Marker/Brook Besser) and my internet research. It was fun planning and putting it all together. I used Garmin BaseCamp to put my tracks together. We chose the dates (Aug. 5-11) with the hope of good weather and had a hard stop date at the end. Only got lightly rained on the first day and no rain for the rest of the trip with the temps being cool at night and moderate during the days. Here's the itinerary: There were some minor adjustments which I’ll detail later in trip report. My gear is pretty much unchanged from last year’s NMBDR except for the incredible fire starting aid (InstaFire Granulated Fire Starter). We had fires 3 of the 5 nights and InstaFire made starting the fires like falling off a log. My sleeping gear is a 1-person 3-season tent (Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL 1), inflatable mattress (Exped SynMat 7 Air Pad with Pump & Schnozzel Pumpbag), sleeping bag (Kelty Coromell 25 Degree Long) and pillow (SHO Self Inflating). I pack everything in a 35L Sea to Summit dry bag. Have a butt pad for the picnic tables. Riding gear is sunglasses, Klim Adventure Rally 2 Jacket (1.5L water bladder)/pants, gloves, Alpinestars Tech 1 Boots and Shoei Hornet X2 Helmet with Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset. Camping gear is Jet Boil, 3 1-liter stainless steel water bottles, 7” folding camping saw, collapsible glass/bowl/spork, plastic hammer, lighter/matches, survival blanket, TP and wipes, nylon rope, insect repellent wipes, Tylenol/Advil, external power bank battery, various flashlight & lantern, misc. charging cables, spare reading glasses, misc. toiletries, misc. Band-Aids/tape, protein bars, various Mountain House meals, flask of favorite libation (currently) coffee and hard candy. Camping shoes, spare socks, shirt/shorts, sweat pants/long sleeve shirt, water-proof jacket and hat. Bike gear includes Garmin Oregon 600, 1 gallon Rotopax gas container, shaker siphon, misc. tools, spare 21” tube, compressor, Al wire, 6 22” Spare Cuff Disposable Restraints, tire repair kit, spare oil, spare ROK straps, SAE/alligator jumper cable, Enduro Star Trail stand and Adventure-Spec Magadan Panniers MK2. Here’s a link to my bike setup. Day logs will follow as comments while I get the time.