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Old 04-23-2010, 11:31 AM   #61
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If someone would like to furnish me with a map/route/POIs/etc (as a drawing, scan, list or whatever form) I am willing to plot it out with GPS mapping software and provide the data to others going on the trip in a universal digital format for upload to their GPS units . . . that way we can all be on the same sheet of music, so to speak . . .
Earlier GeoMoto posted...

https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UT...6d91e7cb9c&z=9

I think above is for Sat/Sun ride.

I am not sure about the Friday ride route. Maybe it will be just shorter local rides so GPS mapping is not so important.

The gas stops are on the map would be helpful, especially for Sal with 250.
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Old 04-23-2010, 04:06 PM   #62
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OK, I spotted at least 2 gas stops on the route, near St. George and Colorado city.
But no more gas stops between those 2 citiies southward along the route, right?
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OK, I spotted at least 2 gas stops on the route, near St. George and Colorado city.
But no more gas stops between those 2 citiies southward along the route, right?
That is Correct! (For Saturday and Sunday)
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Old 04-24-2010, 03:10 PM   #67
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can a friend and i go?
Everyone is welcome to come. No limits to the number of riders.
Let me know if you can make it and I will add you to the list!
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"Utah Grand Canyon Tuweep (Toroweap) Ride May 14-16" May 14-16th, 2010

Toroweap Temps: 72 Degrees Day, 42 Degrees Night

Start and Finish in Hurricane Utah

Arrive Any Time Thursday Night through EARLY Saturday.

Schedule:

Thursday May 13th:
Arrive early if you like and enjoy the local area. Zion National Park, Snow Canyon State Park, Coral Pink Sand Dunes, Sand Hollow State Park, just to name a few. There are many beautiful areas just a few miles from Hurricane.

Friday May 14th:

For those of you who can arrive Thursday night or early Friday we will be doing approximately 100 to 150 miles of local trails. We will see Ancient Indian Art, Caves, Pioneer Forts, and Dinosaur Tracks.

Friday May 14th Alternate Route:

For those of you who may want to spend a bit more time on the pavement, Zion National Park is a 25 minute ride from Hurricane Utah.
A ride through Zion would be a great alternate route for Friday.

Saturday May 15th (Long Day):

Ride from Hurricane to Toroweap via Mt Trumbull. Camp in Toroweap overnight and ride back on Sunday. The campground has toilets only. We need to bring food and WATER. The exact route is still being plotted. We are trying to incorporate as much dirt as possible and include many cool sites along the way.

Tuweep: https://www.nps.gov/grca/planyourvisit/tuweep.htm

Sunday May 16th:
Scenic ride back to Hurricane

Hotels/Camping:

Comfort Inn Zion https://www.comfortinnzion.com/
Room Rates are $59-$69 per night

Holiday Inn Express https://www.ichotelsgroup.com/h/d/ex/...predirect=true
Room Rates are $110-$119 per night

Quail Creek Reservoir https://www.utah.com/stateparks/quail_creek.htm
Camping $13 per night
Route Info:


Here's a map of the planned ride for the Grand Canyon Tuweep portion of the ride.
Total ride For the two days is 205 miles. The longest distance between gas stations is 160 miles. Should be a great ride.
Here's the Link

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Old 04-24-2010, 03:31 PM   #69
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If Quail Creek fills up, there are sites available at Sand Hollow State Park. It is ten minutes from Quail Creek and about the same distance from MotoZoo. We will be meeting Saturday Morning at MotoZoo to start our ride.

Sand Hollow State Park
https://www.utah.com/stateparks/sand_hollow.htm

We will post MotoZoo directions later.
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Old 04-25-2010, 07:20 PM   #70
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Earlier GeoMoto posted...

https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UT...6d91e7cb9c&z=9

I think above is for Sat/Sun ride.

I am not sure about the Friday ride route. Maybe it will be just shorter local rides so GPS mapping is not so important.

The gas stops are on the map would be helpful, especially for Sal with 250.
Thanks for that Chaz. I posted this before I actually caught up on all the posts, and know now that we're going to have navigators/escorts, and that the route is simple enough that we don't have to have highly-detailed routes, etc. I am just a techy-geek and like to collect all the data, and also plan on the unexpected. It's always good to have redundancy when you're out in the "wilderness."
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Thanks for that Chaz. I posted this before I actually caught up on all the posts, and know now that we're going to have navigators/escorts, and that the route is simple enough that we don't have to have highly-detailed routes, etc. I am just a techy-geek and like to collect all the data, and also plan on the unexpected. It's always good to have redundancy when you're out in the "wilderness."

Friday's route has not been posted yet. There will be a couple of different options that everyone can chose from. The route that I have planned will involve lots of dirt roads, Indian art, dinosaur tracks, old pioneer forts, and lots of fun. Another option will be a road ride through Zion and its surrounding areas. Depending on timing we may be able to do both on Friday. I don't have any GPS coordinates for friday.
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Just to let the confirmed riders know. I rode part of the ride last Saturday. My concern was if we could get over Mt. Trumbull since we have had so much snow in the higher elevations. Im glad to report that the roads were open and very little snow if any. The weather was perfect last saturday and the Arizona strip area is alive and green as I have ever seen it. It's amazing how the desert can bloom in the spring. I hope its still alive when we all ride thru there.

Another thing that absolutely shocked me. I was pulled over by a park ranger 80 miles in the middle of the desert with the works sirens and lights. Kinda of freaky if you ask me. Since I was alone I had more questions for him than he had for me. He was actually a cool dude. He reminded me that I was in a national park and the speed limit was 35 and I was doing around 55 mph. He said its hard to ride 35 on these fast dirt roads. He told me he was stationed up their for the summer so Im sure we will see him. Even though my bike was licensed he didn't ask for my driver license and registration. He said enjoy the area and be safe. He took off like a rocket and caught up to a truck that was miles ahead of me and pulled them over also. So well have to keep an eye out for a grey dodge king cab with a four wheeler in the back.

I know some of you are looking for gps coordinates. Sorry just don't make sense to send them out. We are riding over 200 mile of wilderness with 100 options of which way to go. We will meet at a local restaurant friday night after your ride and decide what type of riding we want to do. We will explain the area and how not to get lost. Itís actually a well marked ride if you stay on the right roads. After Fridays ride you will have a good taste of the type of riding we will be doing. Then we can decide as a group which direction we should go to get to the Grand Canyon.
Casey the owner of MotoZoo offered to have donuts if we wanted to start at his location each morning. Which is probably a good idea in case you need any last minute stuff for the bike. MotoZoo is a motorcycle and ATV shop. You can get any thing you need from grips to chain lube to keep the bikes on the road. Casey also said for those that are out of town you can park your rigs on his property while were out on the trails. MotoZoo address is 1550 West State St. Hurricane, Utah 84737 so you can map quest it. Its easy to find as your heading east into Hurricane you can see it on the Left as you come down the hill into town.

Jesse I vote for Ted and Alís for dinner friday night. They have food and spirits a good place to blow off some steam for the night. Let me know and I can book it and get the address out to the group.

Either way Its going to be an awesome 3 days of riding. I hope GeoMoto (Jesse) don't ware you guys out the first day of riding. By the time you head home you will have over 350 miles of riding in the Southern Utah area. So get your butts ready now!
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Friday's route has not been posted yet. There will be a couple of different options that everyone can chose from. The route that I have planned will involve lots of dirt roads, Indian art, dinosaur tracks, old pioneer forts, and lots of fun. Another option will be a road ride through Zion and its surrounding areas. Depending on timing we may be able to do both on Friday. I don't have any GPS coordinates for friday.

Sounds like fun to me, Jesse. I'm sure Chaz and Bill will agree. Thanks!

P.S. Where's my time machine? I can't wait!
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Just to let the confirmed riders know. I rode part of the ride last Saturday. My concern was if we could get over Mt. Trumbull ...
Thanks, Lonny
Thanks for the info, snowdog (Lonny)! Stories like that make me feel like I'm almost there ...

I was wondering if you and anyone else who has done a trip like this might volunteer to post what gear you will be taking on the trip, and how you will be packing/carrying it on your bike, for the benefit of the newbies . . . I still just don't understand how I am going to be able to carry what I need in 1-square foot of cubic space or less . . . it seems that water requirements alone will take up all the room I have to spare . . .

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Just to let the confirmed riders know. I rode part of the ride last Saturday. My concern was if we could get over Mt. Trumbull since we have had so much snow in the higher elevations. Im glad to report that the roads were open and very little snow if any. The weather was perfect last saturday and the Arizona strip area is alive and green as I have ever seen it. It's amazing how the desert can bloom in the spring. I hope its still alive when we all ride thru there.

Another thing that absolutely shocked me. I was pulled over by a park ranger 80 miles in the middle of the desert with the works sirens and lights. Kinda of freaky if you ask me. Since I was alone I had more questions for him than he had for me. He was actually a cool dude. He reminded me that I was in a national park and the speed limit was 35 and I was doing around 55 mph. He said its hard to ride 35 on these fast dirt roads. He told me he was stationed up their for the summer so Im sure we will see him. Even though my bike was licensed he didn't ask for my driver license and registration. He said enjoy the area and be safe. He took off like a rocket and caught up to a truck that was miles ahead of me and pulled them over also. So well have to keep an eye out for a grey dodge king cab with a four wheeler in the back.

I know some of you are looking for gps coordinates. Sorry just don't make sense to send them out. We are riding over 200 mile of wilderness with 100 options of which way to go. We will meet at a local restaurant friday night after your ride and decide what type of riding we want to do. We will explain the area and how not to get lost. Itís actually a well marked ride if you stay on the right roads. After Fridays ride you will have a good taste of the type of riding we will be doing. Then we can decide as a group which direction we should go to get to the Grand Canyon.
Casey the owner of MotoZoo offered to have donuts if we wanted to start at his location each morning. Which is probably a good idea in case you need any last minute stuff for the bike. MotoZoo is a motorcycle and ATV shop. You can get any thing you need from grips to chain lube to keep the bikes on the road. Casey also said for those that are out of town you can park your rigs on his property while were out on the trails. MotoZoo address is 1550 West State St. Hurricane, Utah 84737 so you can map quest it. Its easy to find as your heading east into Hurricane you can see it on the Left as you come down the hill into town.

Jesse I vote for Ted and Alís for dinner friday night. They have food and spirits a good place to blow off some steam for the night. Let me know and I can book it and get the address out to the group.

Either way Its going to be an awesome 3 days of riding. I hope GeoMoto (Jesse) don't ware you guys out the first day of riding. By the time you head home you will have over 350 miles of riding in the Southern Utah area. So get your butts ready now!
Thanks, Lonny


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Thanks for the info, snowdog (Lonny)! Stories like that make me feel like I'm almost there ...

I was wondering if you and anyone else who has done a trip like this might volunteer to post what gear you will be taking on the trip, and how you will be packing/carrying it on your bike, for the benefit of the newbies . . . I still just don't understand how I am going to be able to carry what I need in 1-square foot of cubic space or less . . . it seems that water requirements alone will take up all the room I have to spare . . .

Thanks again,
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Gear List
This is a start to the gear list for the Toroweap portion of the weekend.
You will not have to carry all of this gear on Fridays ride.
You can leave excess gear and vehicles at your campsite or Jesse's house.
List:
Motorcycle
Helmet/Goggles (It will be dusty, most of the riding will be in the dirt)
Gloves
Rain Gear if you think you will need it.(Check Weather) We don't get much rain.
Camping Gear (Tent, Bag, Pad, etc.)
Cooking Gear (Stove, Pot, utensils, etc.)
Food for Saturday Lunch and Dinner
Food for Sunday Breakfast
Tools
Tubes
Quick Air for flats
WATER for 1 1/2 days
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Change of Clothes
First Aid Kit
GPS
$$ for Restaurants on Friday and Sunday Afternooon and evening.
You can cook your own food on Friday or join me at one of the local restaurants.

*Plan on hauling all of your gear to the campsite on Saturday.
However, I am working on having someone in a truck meet us out there that will carry extra fuel, a bbq, food, water, beer. I will let you know asap if they will make it.
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Here's the gear list for me. (Snowdog)
First off the best sleeping pad money can buy is the most important to me. Remember we will be sleeping on a rock. So a good pad is priceless. (Two PM's for bedtime)
My Ipod to drown out the snoring of the other campers.
If no rain in the forecast then sleeping bag and a tarp to lay on.
Sleeping Bag Is one of the compression bags 20 degree.
Extra shoes for walking around camp and hiking around the rim with.
Change of underwear in case you crap your pants looking over the edge of the GC.
We can consolidate Tubes, Pumps and Tools.
Small flashlight
Small Binoculars
First aid kit
Small tow strap for the Yamaha's and Sazuki's and such. (We'll see who's the first to break.)
My riding pants and jacket are water proof that I wear over my clothes. I wonít wear Levi's to heavy and hot. Just some lightweight pants and T-shirt (poly type) under my riding clothes.
Lunch will be a sandwich in one of those throw away tupperware containers and beef jerky I don't plan on cooking just for an overnighter. I may bring a tinfoil dinner and throw it on the hot coals at night. Some more good beef jerky and crackers Im happy.
Breakfast I plan on a few donuts and OJ.
For water I plan on 8 water bottles. Three a day and a couple of extras. Two in the tank bag and six in the top case. Im not going to be the one that says don't over do the water thing. If you think about it, we will only be gone for 26 hours. leaving by Saturday by 9 or 10 a.m. and arriving back to Hurricane Sunday by 11 or 12 noon.
When we hit the last gas station there is a good hamburger joint we can stop at. It should be around noon on Sunday when we arrive at the Last fuel stop.
I don't plan on using the side case Pelicans on this ride. I plan on a top case pelican with a sleeping pad and sleeping bag strapped on and a small tank bag That's it. Keeping it light and simple.
Some other suggestions for long rides:
Donít wear paints that have heavy seams on the butt area Like Leviís. Also donít keep your wallet in your back pocket. Helps allot on the long roads.
For me I take an Advil each morning to help with the fatigue during the day.
Also some chap-stick, we are in the desert you know.
Extra light weight shoes are great around the camp at night.
Donít forget the camera. Thatís the whole reason your going.
I will be carrying a GPS tracking device (Spot) so there are three people watching every move we make. I can send for pickup help or emergency help.
Jesse has all the cameraís toys you can think of. I nominate Jesse as the official photographer on this trip.
Thatís it for me Im sure thereís more I forgot hopefully you bring it.
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Confirmed Riders:

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8.) Bill-Glendora CA
9.) KawCon-Oak Park CA

10.) Sal-La Verne CA
11.) Dulinor-Park City UT
12.) Jerry-Hurricane UT
13.) Hoffchop-Salt Lake City UT
14.) JimBob-Hurricane UT
15.) Joe-Temecula CA
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