The Daily Bike, February 8, 2013

Gooseberry Mesa has become hallowed ground for desert riding. That’s fine. You guys enjoy it. I’ll be here… Photo: Janne


JT_StGeorge4.jpgGooseberry Mesa has become hallowed ground for desert riding. That’s fine. You guys enjoy it. I’ll be here…

Photo: Janne Tjärnström by Mattias Fredriksson See more from Mattias here.

Steve Casimiro is the editor of Adventure Journal.
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  • dave downing
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    why not ride both?

  • Daina Kalnins
    Reply

    Do you tour? Friends who tour? Have you planned your 2013 ride?
    Check out our site and one of our favorite ‘day’ rides.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Muds8VUzim8

  • jeremy
    Reply

    Ok, so where’s this trail? Looks like Bearclaw Poppy terrain almost, but dont recognize the spot…

  • binny bin
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    would love to know where this is as well. Gooseberry is kinda overrated and just doesn’t have a lot of flow.

  • Stephen
    Reply

    Book Cliffs, outside Green River, UT?????

  • Dean
    Reply

    There are some new trails near Quail Lake. Looks like it???

  • Whit Richardson
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    It’s St George area according to Mattias’s web site, but not sure which trail. http://www.mattiasfredriksson.com/photos/biking/trail_riding/janne_tjarnstrom_st_george_utah_usa

  • RobiP
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    Gooseberry is totally overrated don’t bother.

  • John
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    Doesn’t look like like the Gooseberry Trails I’ve ridden. Nor does it look like the Bear Claw Poppy Trails I’ve ridden.

  • John
    Reply

    On a second look, this could be near Bear Claw Poppy/Stucki Springs. Looks like he is riding toward “The Fingers of Death” and “The Acid Drops” . The Bear Claw Poppy TH would be at 1 o’clock from the rider. Stucki Springs trail is 3 o’clock from rider, far to the right.

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