Those who know me understand that I have to do something a bit crazy or challenging on occasion. Riding is no exception, I guess. The pandemic has kept me penned up and not willing to do any multi-day rides, so I figured I could still challenge myself with a one-day ride. I've done the TAT and several BDRs. Raced enduros, endurocross, hooligan. I'm only competitive with myself, but it's fun to push my limits. Years back, I got an idea to do the OK TAT in one day and I completed it in ~16hrs (report HERE). I'm a bit older now and more fragile. But I have been wanting to ride the Green-Country Oklahoma Adventure Tour (aka GOAT) for a while now. It's ~430 miles of dirt roads. I figure I can do it in one day. Here's the route. GPX here- https://advrider.com/f/threads/green-country-oklahoma-adventure-tour.1425284/ Here's a link to my SPOT tracking if you care. Starting early AM 5/20/20. [I had a link to live tracking here, which is now inactive. Below is a basic SPOT summary of the tracked route.] I'm starting from my house ~60 miles away (blue line) and I've divided it into 4 sections based on fuel availability. Other than that (and bike maintenance), the planning has been minimal. I'll document the ride afterwards here, but may check in throughout the day. I doubt I'll carry the speed average I maintained on the OK TAT because 1) it was dangerous, 2) I'm a wuss, 3) I don't think it will be needed. Really hoping the water crossings aren't too deep. Had to detour my ride Sunday due to high water, but the eastern part of OK hasn't had rain much in a few days since. Bike is a KTM 950 Adventure with fresh knobby tires. ** See post #49 for the post-ride summary.