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.
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.
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.
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.
Wheeled migration made me feel so powerful doing something totally out of the ordinary. I was a bicycle bandit biking for the common good.
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!
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.
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!
The Wanderlust tour was the most amazing and empowering experience of my life. The feeling of finishing that ride gave me the sense as though I can do absolutely anything I put my mind to. Wheeled Migration gave me the opportunity, support and encouragement to make a dream come true for me.