Moab Island in the Sky

Spring 2019 Trip – MOAB

When: March 13 through 17, 2019. That's a Wednesday through Sunday. What: 3 days of riding world-class, bucket list trails! Where: Moab! Details: Accommodations: We will be staying at Big Bend Campground, about 20 minutes outside Moab. This campground is right on the Colorado River, so it should be pretty badass. Campsites are a first come, first served situation. I'm not sure what that will look like in March. There are three group sites that can be reserved. The smallest group site is $100/night and requires a minimum of 15 people, maximum of 20, and maximum 10 cars. I can't imagine they police the number of people. If we can…
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24 Hours of the Old Pueblo

Team Debauchery Ball sponsored by RikeBike entered the 24 Hours of the Old Pueblo for the first, and likely last, time in 2016. Below are a few pics. And FYI, a high clearance vehicle would have been ideal for 24 hour town. [caption id="attachment_338" align="alignnone" width="300"] Sunrise on Saturday in 24 hour town[/caption] [caption id="attachment_339" align="alignnone" width="300"] Greg crushing the Le Mans style start. If only we had had a team of 4 Gregs...[/caption] [caption id="attachment_340" align="alignnone" width="300"] Rich puts the debauchery in Team Debauchery Ball[/caption] [caption id="attachment_341" align="alignnone" width="300"] I'm much better at drinking beer than riding a bike.[/caption]        
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First Annual RikeBike GranD Fondo

The first annual RikeBike GranD Fondo took place on September 6, 2014.  We rode from just North of Flagstaff to the Grand Canyon.  It took us all day and it was a lot harder than we expected.  The downhill we anticipated never materialized... We loaded everything up in the Sportwagen in the morning and headed towards Flagstaff. The little wagon easily carried 4 people, 3 bikes, several coolers and enough gear for a comfortable overnight campout at the Grand Canyon.   The day started out beautifully with clear sunny skies and we proceeded at a comfortable pace stopping for pictures every now and then.  The route we followed approximated the…
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Moab Island in the Sky

Spring 2019 Trip – MOAB

When: March 13 through 17, 2019. That's a Wednesday through Sunday. What: 3 days of riding world-class, bucket list trails! Where: Moab! Details: Accommodations: We will be staying at Big Bend Campground, about 20 minutes outside Moab. This campground is right on the Colorado River, so it should be pretty badass. Campsites are a first come, first served situation. I'm not sure what that will look like in March. There are three group sites that can be reserved. The smallest group site is $100/night and requires a minimum of 15 people, maximum of 20, and maximum 10 cars. I can't imagine they police the number of people. If we can…
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24 Hours of the Old Pueblo

Team Debauchery Ball sponsored by RikeBike entered the 24 Hours of the Old Pueblo for the first, and likely last, time in 2016. Below are a few pics. And FYI, a high clearance vehicle would have been ideal for 24 hour town. [caption id="attachment_338" align="alignnone" width="300"] Sunrise on Saturday in 24 hour town[/caption] [caption id="attachment_339" align="alignnone" width="300"] Greg crushing the Le Mans style start. If only we had had a team of 4 Gregs...[/caption] [caption id="attachment_340" align="alignnone" width="300"] Rich puts the debauchery in Team Debauchery Ball[/caption] [caption id="attachment_341" align="alignnone" width="300"] I'm much better at drinking beer than riding a bike.[/caption]        
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First Annual RikeBike GranD Fondo

The first annual RikeBike GranD Fondo took place on September 6, 2014.  We rode from just North of Flagstaff to the Grand Canyon.  It took us all day and it was a lot harder than we expected.  The downhill we anticipated never materialized... We loaded everything up in the Sportwagen in the morning and headed towards Flagstaff. The little wagon easily carried 4 people, 3 bikes, several coolers and enough gear for a comfortable overnight campout at the Grand Canyon.   The day started out beautifully with clear sunny skies and we proceeded at a comfortable pace stopping for pictures every now and then.  The route we followed approximated the…
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Moab Island in the Sky

Spring 2019 Trip – MOAB

When: March 13 through 17, 2019. That's a Wednesday through Sunday. What: 3 days of riding world-class, bucket list trails! Where: Moab! Details: Accommodations: We will be staying at Big Bend Campground, about 20 minutes outside Moab. This campground is right on the Colorado River, so it should be pretty badass. Campsites are a first come, first served situation. I'm not sure what that will look like in March. There are three group sites that can be reserved. The smallest group site is $100/night and requires a minimum of 15 people, maximum of 20, and maximum 10 cars. I can't imagine they police the number of people. If we can…
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24 Hours of the Old Pueblo

Team Debauchery Ball sponsored by RikeBike entered the 24 Hours of the Old Pueblo for the first, and likely last, time in 2016. Below are a few pics. And FYI, a high clearance vehicle would have been ideal for 24 hour town. [caption id="attachment_338" align="alignnone" width="300"] Sunrise on Saturday in 24 hour town[/caption] [caption id="attachment_339" align="alignnone" width="300"] Greg crushing the Le Mans style start. If only we had had a team of 4 Gregs...[/caption] [caption id="attachment_340" align="alignnone" width="300"] Rich puts the debauchery in Team Debauchery Ball[/caption] [caption id="attachment_341" align="alignnone" width="300"] I'm much better at drinking beer than riding a bike.[/caption]        
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First Annual RikeBike GranD Fondo

The first annual RikeBike GranD Fondo took place on September 6, 2014.  We rode from just North of Flagstaff to the Grand Canyon.  It took us all day and it was a lot harder than we expected.  The downhill we anticipated never materialized... We loaded everything up in the Sportwagen in the morning and headed towards Flagstaff. The little wagon easily carried 4 people, 3 bikes, several coolers and enough gear for a comfortable overnight campout at the Grand Canyon.   The day started out beautifully with clear sunny skies and we proceeded at a comfortable pace stopping for pictures every now and then.  The route we followed approximated the…
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