Just Added: Fruita & Moab Together In One Trip!

This spring we’ve been working closely with our guides to put together a challenging, rowdy trip that will cater to those looking for a late season getaway, and after much discussion… I’m super stoked to announce we’re combining FRUITA and MOAB into one trip.  Four days of riding in the high desert with non-stop tech riding to close your season out the right way.

 

 

This trip targets our more skilled technical riders, and those looking for a challenge: we have four days of rowdy, tough riding planned with more in the hopper if you can handle it!  On to the trip details:

 

Saturday, October 23rd – Tuesday, October 26th

Three nights of lodging based in Fruita, CO (fly into Grand Junction, Eagle or Denver)

Three rides in Fruita, one in Moab

All of your meals

Three days w/ shuttle drops

Focus on challenging, technical riding that will push your skill limits

Killer demo bikes (Guerrilla Gravity, Revel, Deviate)

And of course… post ride beers!

 

 

As of now, the planned itinerary is as follows:

Day 1: 18 Road (15-18 miles)

Day 2: Kokopelli Loops Point to Point (25 miles)

Day 3: The Whole Enchilada in Moab (25-30 miles)

Day 4: Lunch Loops in Grand Junction (15-18 miles)

 

 

The “big unknown” is the Palisade Plunge, a new 30+ mile shuttle ride just outside of Grand Junction that drops over 7000 feet; it is planned to open to the public this summer.  We’re currently working with the BLM and USFS to obtain permits for our fall trips  So…. we’re hoping to add the Plunge to Day 2 of our trip, which would then shift the Kokopelli Loops to the first day.  No rest for the weary on this trip.

 

Hopefully we’ll see you in October, it’ll be great to ride with some familiar faces again!  Click the image below to book!

 

 

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AUTHOR: Steve Mokan

Steve is the owner (and founder) of Chasing Epic Mountain Bike Adventures, and contributes regularly to our blog. He's passionate about providing customers with incredible mountain bike vacations, and he loves photography and travel when he's not working. Truthfully, he loves those things when he is working too.