Wheeled migration made me feel so powerful doing something totally out of the ordinary. I was a bicycle bandit biking for the common good.
This trip was a life changer for me. The diversity and beauty of the route and fellow bikers exceeded my expectations. I also exceeded my own expectations by climbing some impressive switchbacks with the encouragement of others.
Ohhhh! This ride/tour/journey was excellent. I learned so much. Honestly, its the first time I have been inspired in a long time. I loved learning about the farms and farmers and about myself on a bike!
We don’t have to do a Wheeled Migration. But we do kind of have to discover what it REALLY means to us to have a body and possibly a soul and an earth around us. WM gives you the space to do that plus snacks, frolics, follies and a pack of irresistible human beings to call your very own.
OK. First and foremost, forgive the french. OMFG. Love, love. love what you’ve got going on here. And this is coming from a former tour guide. I worked for Western Spirit Tours out of Moab UT for a summer years ago. Its still the only job I’d go back to if I could.
For the Bike Harvest, thank you. I and everyone I know had a great time, and I’m looking forward to the next ride. You do bitchin things.
It was [insert your favorite superlative]!!! I so look forward to more Wheeled Migration events. The price was fair and affordable, and it’s so nice not to have to squeeze one’s friends for $2000 in order to ride.
I love the passion and the intention of Wheeled Migration. Leaders with good humor, fun activities and lots of choice. Great food, gorgeous scenery, very affordable. Prepare for very rustic surroundings. A fabulous trip!
I just want to say thanks to Rodney, Katie, and crew for the great Unknown Coast ride last weekend. It was a fine adventure thanks to your efforts!