Gnarly Routes Moab, Utah Tour
There's a place in Utah that is like riding on Mars. You can find traction around every corner, and if you haven't been, you don't know what you're missing.
Group of 4 that signs up together: 20% discount per rider
Group of 3 that signs up together: 15% discount per rider
Group of 2 that signs up together: 10% discount per rider
Here's what to expect:
Moab, Utah, is an off-road rider's paradise! The town is very friendly towards motorized vehicles, and the terrain offers days of incredible riding that is unlike anywhere else on the planet. Join Cole and Russell on a three-day tour exploring Moab's best trails on the Gnarly Routes tour bikes. Participants will fly into Moab (CNY) on United Airlines. The next three days will be spent riding iconic trails like Poison Spider, Sovereign Trail, the Enduro Loop and more.
***Please note that to attend this Gnarly Routes tour, you must ride one of our rental bikes***
Here's what it costs: $3,750 ***Spring Break Special Pricing*** group rates don’t apply
Tour Dates: Tour 1 May 16-20 (2 spots left on 250 XC-W TPI)
Tour 2 May 23-27 (3 spots left on 250 XC-W TPI or 350 EXC-F)
GNAR LEVEL: 3
Gnar level takes multiple factors into consideration: Trail proximity to camp, difficulty of trails, bail out points, elevation, temperature and the overall physical fitness level required. Gnar level is measured on a scale of 1-5.
Scroll down for the important information and to sign up!
Gnarly Routes operates under permit from the Bureau of Land Management - Moab Field Office
What's included in the tour:
1 bike (2018 KTM 250 XC-W TPI or KTM 350 EXC-F) rental for three days of riding
1 set of Fly Racing riding gear (Pant/Jersey/Glove) Choice of Evolution DST, Lite Hydrogen, or Kinetic.
Enduro Engineering hand guards and protection products (radiator guards, clutch master cylinder guard, rear disc guard, skid plate and rear brake pedal tip)
WP XPLOR forks setup by Solid Performance to rider skill level and weight
WP PDS shock setup by Solid Performance rider skill level and weight
4 nights lodging
Transportation to and from the airport
Breakfast each morning of tour and lunch out on the trail
Dinner is separate but the group will go together
Photos from the tour
Video recap from the tour
Lodging May 16-20
Lodging May 23-27
Participants should fly into Canyonlands Field Airport (CNY) on May 16 or May 23 depending on tour
Thursday,May 16 or May 23 - Participants will be picked up from the airport by Russell and Cole and make the short drive to town for a bike fit, dinner and a briefing.
Friday, May 17 or May 24 - Moab tour begins with a day of riding from the Gemini Bridges parking area. The group will ride until late afternoon before loading up and making the short drive to Moab, Utah.
Saturday, May 18 or May 25 - Moab tour begins with a day of riding from the Gemini Bridges parking area and riding the Sovereign Trail. Group will ride until late afternoon before returning to the transport vehicle.
Sunday, May19 or May 26 - Moab tour final day with riding on the enduro loop.
Monday, May 20 or May 27 - Guests transported back to airport for departure.
What bikes are available?
On this tour, we will have two (2) KTM 250 XC-W TPI 250 and three (3) KTM 350 EXC-F motorcycles. Bikes are first come first serve so be sure to request one when signing up.
What bike upgrades or customizations do you offer?
On this tour, riders may request a Rekluse Core EXP 3.0 auto-clutch or run the Rekluse Core manual clutch.
What should I bring on the tour?
On this tour, you need to bring plenty of riding gear to get you through three days of riding. If you have specific trail snacks that you like, we suggest bringing those but will have plenty of Kate's bars in the transport vehicle. Here's a short list though so you can make sure to bring everything.
Riding pants (3)
Riding jerseys (3)
Knee pads or knee braces
Padded shorts (3)
Drink system (1) (We suggest USWE)
Fanny Pack (your guides will carry the heavy stuff!)
Camera (Cole will be taking plenty of photos)
Rain jacket (1)
What skill level requirements are in place?
This tour is rated for intermediate level riders and up. The riding in Moab contains steep climbs and descents where confident braking techniques will be required. There are also numerous trails that have steep ledges and rocks that requires riders to be able to loft the front end to get over the obstacle.
To sign-up for the Gnarly Routes Moab Tour, please fill out the form below. This does not guarantee you a spot in the tour, forms will be sorted first come first serve. A non-refundable deposit of 50% is required to confirm your spot.