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3 years 9 months ago #44563 by Jon Sundquist
Jon Sundquist replied the topic: Re: Moab, UT
Porcupine Rim - no question about it. You can actually do it from downtown (long dirt road ride to the start), or else get a shuttle to the trailhead and ride back to town once you get to the bottom (that's how I did it).

Heard good things about Captain Ahab, too - the new singletrack trail. Haven't ridden that one, though.

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3 years 9 months ago #44562 by irishman13
irishman13 created the topic: Moab, UT
So I have an opportunity in May to go to Moab, UT through work on a off road Jeep excursion. I am excited beyond belief but at the same time trying not to pass up an opportunity to mountain bike while I am out there. I am trying to stay an extra day or at least get an afternoon free to rent a bike. I know a few of you have been out there; if you had to pick or make a recommendation of "must-do" trails out there what would they be? Time is going to be limited

you just gotta give'r

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