There were a ton of vehicles in the parking lot and we weren’t sure why it was such a popular day until we got a few miles into the trail and realized that the trail we had picked to ride was also the route for the Bear 100, a 100-mile foot race that starts in Logan’s Dry Canyon and ends up in Fish Haven, ID. These guys and gals had been running and walking for ~30 hrs and 80-90 miles when we started seeing them. I asked at one of the stations and apparently ~73 racers started and over 40 had made it through the last checkpoint.
I ate my first Rueben sandwich ever at Gladys and it hit the spot… thanks Gladys!
Riding conditions were pretty good, it was just fun to get out and ride again. We had rain a couple of days earlier, but it was starting to get dusty again. First time riding with Shane and Tyler (aka Dewey), hope we get to again!
Crew: Chaz, Shane, Tyler, and me.
Full photo album here: http://picasaweb.google.com/alhill/MotoGladysLoop