10/25/10 Redrock Tour: Testimonial - Lizard Head Cycling Guides
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10/25/10 Redrock Tour: Testimonial

It was a fabulous week of riding with 21 cyclists from across the country.  Just before the tour commenced an early season storm left the mountains above Canyon Country snow covered.  The contrast between the fresh white on the mountains and red hues of canyon country was breathtaking!

Weather conditions were mostly sunny and dry while temperatures were 10-15 degrees below normal making for cool roll-outs in the mornings.

It was a wonderful week of riding with a remarkable group of cyclists.

This entry was posted on Saturday, November 6th, 2010 at 1:38 pm and is filed under Blog, Testimonials.

3 Responses to “10/25/10 Redrock Tour: Testimonial”

  1. Sandy Granda says:

    Hi John and Lizard Head Cycling,

    First, words can’t express the sensational team Lizard Head has and of course the beauty of the time I experience last week.

    ~Sandy J

  2. Daniel Sullivan says:

    It’s been a week now since I returned from the October 25 version of the Redrock tour. Things did not start off promisingly, as it was raining sideways when we were bringing our bikes out to the vans. I was thinking to myself, “I don’t think I’m willing to ride in that”. John Humphries called for a couple of hours’ wait, and sure enough, the rain stopped. From there, things got steadily better, although I can’t say it every got truly warm.

    It was, however, a great week of cycling. I especially enjoyed how free the roads were of traffic. Another highlight for me was the Moki Dugway. As I rode down the highway toward the mesa, I kept thinking, “how am I going to get up that thing?'”. In the end, it was actually easier than it looked (as Matt had assured me), and great fun.

    Lizard Head did a superb job with all the logistics, and my fellow guests made up a great group. Certainly, the trip was everything I’d hoped for (I hadn’t specifically hoped for warm weather 🙂 ).

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