Originally Posted by 390beretta
Hey guys! I am not trying to be a smartass and am very glad the OP is OK. But my wife and I spent 7 months riding in Moab last Summer; saw some absolutely beautiful scenery, Indian petroglyphs, pictographs, etc. Not to mention the rock formations and pic opportunities. On one 60 mile ride, all dirt, we averaged 20 mph. Still found some of the difficult part challenging (our skill level is not that high), however, I wonder why speeds of 60+ kph is necessary or advisable? Most of these rides beg to be ridden more slowly, allowing you to "see/appreciate" the beauty? I can understand a few balsy guys trying to keep up with each other and doing stuff, but really, there is a lot more to adventure riding than that!
60K is not 60 Mph.. 60 K is more like 35 MPHor roughly thereabouts. Sometimes going fast on dirt is fun. I live down in S. utah and routinely go 60+ MPH on the dirt, but thats cause its hot as Shit wearing ATGATT in the desert
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